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How to serve a classic British picnic – and the best recipes to try this holiday Wine News

With the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee bank holiday fast approaching, a classic British picnic featuring all our childhood favorites is in order.

Scotch eggs are a no-brainer, but making them with quail eggs rather than chicken eggs means you can afford two or three without filling up too quickly – leaving room for a slice of Wensleydale quiche, which in the case of the recipe below can be baked the day before and packaged ready to eat (much better for your spread than a store-bought soggy version).

And if you have leftover roast beef that needs to be used, it works beautifully in a picnic sandwich made from whole country loaf (bring a knife with you for slicing and serving).

For pudding, classic apple flapjacks and soft, bright pink Tottenham cake squares: fun and kid-friendly, they’re a wonderful way to end a festive start to the summer holidays.

The best British recipes for the holidays

Quiche with caramelized onions, zucchini and Wensleydale

This classic quiche features thinly sliced ​​zucchini and their bright yellow flowers, along with crumbly Wensleydale, in a light, creamy filling.

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This notice was published: 2022-05-30 16:03:29

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