Sunday 28 October 2012

Sweet Sunday

I was gutted to leave my big range cooker behind when we moved and I moan about it constantly,
but I have to admit, the cooker in this house is doing a pretty good job, so far.

Yesterday it made the most scrumptious slow cooked pork, with crispy crackling
and a caramel, walnut tart :-) 

I panicked a little, when I saw the recipe needed me to make a caramel sauce. I have never made one before and I was thinking about all those pans, piling up on the Great British Bake Off, as the contestants tried several times to master it.
I needn't have worried though -  it was perfect -   beginners luck ;-)

The tart is yummy, rich and caramelly (is that a word?) but definitely for those with a sweet tooth. 
I've added the recipe below, but if you want to try the complete version it's in November's Good Food Mag. I just cheated and bought my pastry case ;-)



Caroline said...

Yummy I want some. Caroline xxx

Anonymous said...

Looks delicious Caroline! x

Roma said...

Yummy ! looks brilliant x

Wendy said...

Looks absolutely yummy Caroline, could just eat a bit of that now.
Wendy xx

Lee said...

Oh clever you,did you remember NOT to stir it,that was the mistake they made wasn't it lol.I must have a go now I'v seen yours it looks scrummy.Talking of scrummy,I have now scoffed all me Green n Black choccy lol.THANK YOU so much for my lovely presi.Huggles xx

debby4000 said...

Gosh that tart looks yummy, I have to buy a stainless steel saucepan just so my DD can have a go at caramel because of British Bake off.

Vicky said...

Oh my gosh sweetie I am crying about your range......that is heart-breaking :0( Good job your new oven in this house is doing a good job lol. This looks soooooooo yummy hun I absolutely love long as its not your every day kind of meals they bore the pants off me, so hubster does them lol......anything with chips lol. This I will have a go of thanks for the recipe hun.

Right now for the important thing........what time shall I come to pick you up? Do you like home-made orange upside down cake? The cake I will bake & supply with endless cups of tea or coffee whilst you are sorting my crafty stash out ;0) ;0) ;0)

LotsA hugs Vicky xxx

Stressed Stamper said...

wow that looks tooth pulling out smashing....only a small slice for me this week - think maybe a tad bit rich - but can't say the pork on the other hand....I soooooooooooo love my crackle....
Hugs hun
Sarah xx

Debs said...

Scrummy yummy looking tart - any left???
Thanks for the recipe - and thanks for popping by my blog :o)
Debs xx

mixamatoasties said...

Oh that looks fab Caroline. I have to try this very very soon!

Susan x

Carol said...

This looks and sounds delicious, must give it a go sometime. Carol x