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The Top Ten in The English Kitchen

By Mariealicerayner @MarieRynr
 The Top Ten in The English Kitchen
I've been a bit under the weather this week.  I spent almost all of last evening in the ER and so didn't get anything much new cooked to show you.  Things should be back on track shortly, but for today I thought I would share with you my top Ten most view recipes on the blog.   You are in for a real treat!  A click on the recipe title will take you to the relevant page!
The Top Ten in The English Kitchen
Coming in at Number 10.  Black Current Drizzle Cake
A lovely buttery loaf cake covered with a sugared glaze of black currents, and studded throughout with the same.  
 The Top Ten in The English Kitchen 
Number 9 is Oven Baked Breaded Pork Chops.
Tender bone in pork chops, breaded and baked in the oven.  They practically cook themselves and always go down a real treat!
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Number 8 is Braised Red Cabbage.
This a great recipe to have in your repertoire.  It goes wonderfully with all sorts, roasts and chops and Holiday Dinners.  Turkey, Ham, Pork, Beef, Duck, Goose.  They all suit!
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Delicious Number 7 is Baked Corned Beef Hash.
Oven baked version of an old Family Favourite!  Good for a simple supper, or a hearty brunch dish!
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Surprisingly Number 6 is my recent post of Windfall Crumble Cake. 
It hasn't been on here very long, but it's proved to be very popular, and no wonder!  Moist, buttery, stogged full of fruit and has a delicious crumbly oaty topping!  Perfect with a nice scoop of Vanilla Ice Cream!
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It's never too early for Number 5 . . . Holiday Danish!
 Flakey croissant dough . . . rich and creamy cheese filling . . . spicy and sweet mincemeat . . . baked until golden brown and then drizzled with a creamy sweet icing drizzle. 
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No surprise here, Number 4 is Potato,  Cauliflower and Cheddar Bake. 
A delicious vegetable casserole, using potatoes, onions and cauliflower.   It's like a version of cauliflower cheese without the creamy sauce, but gilded with lots of scrummy cheese.
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A perfectly autumnal Number 3.  Spicy Plum Chutney.
A deliciously spicy mix of plums, garlic cloves, onions, apples, sultanas, star anise, cardamom pods, sugar and 300ml of the white wine vinegar.  Perfect with cheeses and cold meats.
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No surprise that its in the top two  Number 2.  Fudge Brownie Pie.
With it's rich brownie base, marshmallow filling and decadent fudge topping, this is a winner all round!  Even the Toddster doesn't turn down a piece of this one! 
Drum roll . . . and coming in at Numero Uno . . . Nigel's Hot and Sweet Plum Chutney.
You know if it comes from Nigel Slater it has to be really, REALLY tasty!  And this is.  Not to mention being simple and easy to make!
I'm always surprised when I check to see what the most popular recipes on here are.  Some are expected really, but others, well, who knew they'd be so popular, but then again . . . I have never been known to post any recipe that isn't incredibly tasty!  Enjoy and I'll be back tomorrow with something new and tasty to spoil you with!

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