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Recipes for Cooking, that use honey

By using recipes that include honey as an ingredient, we may promote honey in cookery and educate beekeepers in how to use a portion of their crop.

Credit is given where the source is known, but generally these recipes have appeared in various beekeeping magazines and newsletters. They are in no particular order, but when a large number have been gathered they will be sorted into categories.


Pick Me Up Cocktail
Ingredients
Dessert spoonful of honey
Juice of one lemon
Juice of one orange
the yolk from one raw egg
4 Fl oz cold water
From Bridie Power, published in the Australian Beekeeper, Via GBBG Newsletter.

Method:-

shake together well, A Table spoonful of Brandy, Rum or Sherry may be added, if desired.


Honey Fruit Cake
Ingredients(Metricated by DAC)
100 gm Butter
200 gm Self Raising Flour
450 gm Mixed Fruit
150 gm Clear Honey
5 ml Mixed Spice
3 ml Lemon Juice
2 Eggs
Grated Rind of one Lemon
Pinch of Salt

Method:-

Cream the butter and honey
Add the eggs alternately with sieved flour & mixed spice, salt, peel & juice.
Mix well adding the mixed fruit gradually.
Bake in a deep skirted tin that is 175 mm in diameter.
Bake for 2 hours at 130°C.
Leave to stand for four to seven days before attempting to eat.


From:- Jane Cramp's Kitchen... via L&RBKA newsletter.

I can personally recommend this one!



Stuffed Turkey Breast
Ingredients
1 small breast of turkey
1/4 cup water
Dressing
1/4 cup honey
15 ml lemon juice
2 eggs (optional)
30 ml dried milk
1 cup chopped onions
3 slices sourdough bread or Soda Bread
30 ml chopped parsley
3 ml coarse ground black pepper
A pinch of sea salt
A sprinkling of chives

Method:-

Mix the dressing ingredients in a blender set at low speed.
Stuff the inside of the turkey breast with the dressing.
roll up the edges, and close with skewers.

Place the turkey in a baking tray with 1/4 cup of water.

Preheat oven to 180°C (350°F).
Bake for 90 minutes or until golden brown.

from a Dadant recipe leaflet.



A 'Cup' is approximately 235 ml. A Tablespoon is 15 ml and a Teaspoon is 5 ml.

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Written... 23 May 2002, Addition... 06 June 2002, Addition... 07 February 2003,