Use An Ingredient In A New Way

Ingredient Challenge: Use An Ingredient In A New Way

This week, the challenge is to use an ingredient you always have in your fridge in a new way. I am so used to mashing potatoes, frying onions and roasting tomatoes so this will be a great way for me to take ingredients I use in the same way day in and day out and change things up a bit. I am not sure where to even start with this but I do know it could be quite fun. In my fridge at any given time are mushrooms which we use nearly daily so that is one ingredient I could chose for this challenge. As usual, let me know you have taken part in the Ingredient Challenge: Use An Ingredient In A New Way. And please link back to my blog. There is no end date!I am behind in my own challenges, and so I want to thank everyone else for doing them. I made a cake with dried fruit, but it did not work and until the adapted recipe is perfected I am not going to share it with you. The disaster effort was turned into rusks, so all was not lost.

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My email let me down with Presto Pasta Nights and I did not get Claudia who blogs as Honey From A Rock, submission for Grilled Brats With Sauerkraut And Apples On Egg Noodles. Cindy made some dried fruit tarts. Another Day has contributed her recipe for barm brack. JamieAnne has made carrot raisin bread.

Thanks all for taking part 🙂

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  1. Oh well, I am sure you and Dave will enjoy the rusks. I think I will do a Tandy Tuesday pasta for the latest challenge 🙂

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    1. that sounds great Cin 🙂

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  2. When I saw the dried fruit challenge I knew it can’t be easy unless a pudding. Cin’s tart sounded nice.

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    1. Cin’s tart sounded really good!

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  3. I’m glad you were able to salvage the cake. I’m looking forward to your perfected recipe. I hope you have a great weekend. Blessings…Mary

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    1. Hope you have had a wonderful weekend as well! The cake will have to wait a few days 🙂

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  4. Brilliant challenge for this week Tandy – but what to choose! Im pleased your cake turned into yummy rusks.
    🙂 Mandy

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    1. I was glad I did not have to throw the cake away! I hate waste 🙂

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