This recipe was published in 1914, and though it is not a rationing recipe I am including it because it is perfect in its simplicity. It is absolutely delicious, especially if served immediately as it really does puff up. (Warning: deflates like a souffle after a short time.) Dare I say it is a close second to a cheese …
Another Mrs C.S. Peel inspiration. We have had this twice. The only difference this second time is 5g more cheese and 2 tbsp of cream. What a difference! The beer is not over-powering at all and it really is delicious. So dig in!
The preferable base is lightly toasted wholemeal or rye bread.
20g unsalted butter
This is delicious, maybe not so pretty but made up for in taste as well as simplicity. If you do not have monkfish, use any sustainably sourced meaty white fish. The fish below is actually pollock.
Fish (150g per person)
parma ham (two slices will be more than enough per person)
1. Heat some plates in …