If your shed looks anything like mine you will have tons of onions still left hanging. And with all this mild weather we’ve been having here in the UK you’re probably thinking, ‘hmm… I should really eat those before they start to sprout”. I decided to shift some of mine with this great recipe that I found in Delia’s Kitchen Garden book – it cunningly uses lots of onions which is exactly what I want. I’ve changed the recipe a bit to make it a bit easier for my simple ‘office brain’ – I really can’t content with making pastry from scratch after a hard day at work. So here goes:
Caramelised Onion Tarlets
1 pack of ready rolled shortcrust pastry
3 large onions (yey!)
2 large eggs beaten
half teaspoon mustard powder
175ml or single cream
75g of goats cheese
salt & pepper
Goodness me, those look delicious.
I love your blog! Have recently started gardening myself (and a blog to go with it) and stumbled across your website. Have been reading it for the last hour or so and have learnt so much.
Keep it up….please!!
Any tips for the eager beginner?!
Gill, I can’t believe it’s been two years since you started this project! I have really enjoyed taking the journey with you via this blog. Since I’ve seen the plot now, the pictures make me feel like I’m there again.