Burns Supper so we ate haggis nachos followed by cranachan. I'd noticed Jacqueline suggesting that Greek yoghurt might be substituted for cream. I sat on the fence and used half cream and half yoghurt. The cream and yoghurt were both thick so I didn't bother to whip the cream.
Peterson. I am not sure I would recommend it with a few disturbing scenes but it was an interesting insight into 1970s Melbourne.
I am sending this dessert to Caroline of Cake, Crumbs and Cooking for this month's Simple and in Season event, founded by Ren of Fabulicious Food.
Previously on Green Gourmet Giraffe:
One year ago: Bush birthday banana cake and other self catering ...
Two years ago: Gang of Four meme
Three years ago: Pizza for the Working Woman
Four years ago: Harvest Café - country bounty
Five years ago: Polenta and Tomato Comforts
Adapted from Jac and Nigel
125g punnet of raspberries
1 heaped tsp icing sugar
100g greek yoghurt
2 tbsp whisky
1 and 1/2 tbsp honey
1/2 cup rolled oats
- Dry fry oats on a frypan until they smell toasted.
- Mash half raspberries and the icing sugar with fork.
- Mix cream, yoghurt whiskey and honey.
- Gently fold the raspberry mixture, the cream mixture and the oats together so that the berry mixture is distributed by not mixed in too thoroughly.
- Dollop the mixture into two drinking glasses (fancy if you want to impress) and top with the remaining fresh raspberries.
- Eat immediately.
Cruel Sister: Rachel Unthank and the Winterset