Regional Recipes May Round Up

Time for a round up of the regional recipes entered in this months linky. I have another north east recipe planned for next week but this months link up can be found on this post. If you have any recipes unique to a region, this is the place to link them up. The linky is not confined to British regions, recipes from around the world can be added as well. This month regional recipes showcases some regional Asian recipes as well as a more traditional, but somewhat forgotten British recipe.

Eileen from ET Speaks From Home has been busy in the kitchen creating Asian recipes. First she tried Apam Balik or Min Chiang Kueh. These snacks look a little bit like spongy pancakes and have different fillings like ground peanut or red bean paste. They do look really tasty.

Apam Balik

Eileen also made some peanut cookies, which are traditionally eaten at Chinese New Year. I love the look of these, they look incredibly tasty and will have to try them soon.

Peanut cookies

Coming back to Britain I made a leek pudding, which is a dish I had seen mentioned but never tried. It makes a lovely side dish for a Sunday roast and would also make a substantial meal on its own.

Leek pudding

Also worth a mention is cock-a-leekie soup, a traditional Scottish soup made with chicken and leeks and the surprising addition of prunes. It is a filling and tasty dish.

Cock-a-leekie soup

Regional Recipes linky

If you have a regional recipe why not link up? I would love to learn about different recipes from different regions and countries. The linky will be open until the end of the month and then I will create a new one.

Rules of the linky

  1. You can add up to three posts per month to the linky below. Please make sure they are no older than three months old and feature somewhere you have visited.
  2. If you want to tweet your link using #outandabout, if you include @ali991 I will retweet for you
  3. Do pop along and comment on a couple of other posts in the link up and share the love.
  4. We would love it if you could add the #outandabout badge to your post so that other bloggers can find us.

 

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