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Yummy Food for Bonfire Night

Posted on: 05.11.2018

We’ve gathered our top pick of tasty treats guaranteed to dazzle this November 5th:

Repurposing your Pumpkins

Stuck as to what to do with all your leftover pumpkins from Halloween? This delicious soup soothes the soul and provides the perfect prequel to your other tasty treats…

Jamie Oliver’s Pumpkin Soup

Go Off with a Bang

With sticky sausage buns being the usual go-to dish for gatherings around the bonfire, why not try something a little different this year and impress your guests with an easy one-pot winner. Nigel Slater’s recipe for baked sausages with harissa beans and tomatoes has our mouths watering already…

The equally simple yet utterly delicious addition of the recipe for baked beetroot with seeded ricotta provides the perfect inspiration for a comforting vegetarian dish or side, too.

Nigel Slater’s Bonfire Night Baked Sausages

Sugar and Spice, and All Things Nice

This traditional, syrupy parkin is guaranteed to leave your guests licking their lips whilst reaching for another piece.

Good Food’s Sticky Parkin with Treacle Toffee Sauce

A Tempting Tipple

And finally, the surest way to warm cold hands on the chilliest of Autumn nights. Nigella’s mellow and fruity mulled cider is bound to be the showstopper of your 5th November feast.

Nigella’s Mulled Cider

Words by Sophie Brentnall

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