full-cream milk

Related to full-cream milk: half-and-half
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full-cream milk

[ˌfʊlkriːmˈmɪlk] Nleche f (con toda la nata)
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For the rhubarb: 600g Yorkshire forced rhubarb 100g unrefined golden caster sugar The juice of 1 large lemon For the red sauce: Rhubarb poaching juice 1 small punnet raspberries A few teaspoons ground arrowroot For the creme patissiere: 140ml full-cream milk 1 vanilla pod 2 medium free-range egg yolks 30g unrefined golden caster sugar 10g plain flour 10g cornflour Yellow food colouring Extras: Brioche hotdog buns (one per person) Mint, for garnish Small piping bags Method: To prepare the rhubarb, trim the leaves and bases from the stalks if necessary.
NOT MUCH fatty food, such as fatty meats, cheeses, full-cream milk, fried food, butter, etc.
According to the plan, the company will import skimmed milk powder from India and full-cream milk powder from either New Zealand or Europe for producing long-life milk, other milk products like yogurt and laban and re-packed milk powder.
The new rule will cover 24-hour shops known to serve Karak tea, a strong and dark tea that is mellowed with full-cream milk and warm spices that is very popular among the youth.
Foolproof creme brulee with cinnamon, lemon and passion cream Ingredients (serves 6) 568ml carton double cream 400ml full-cream milk Grated zest of 1 lemon 1 cinnamon stick, broken in half 4 tsp corn flour 2 dessertspoons water 200g caster sugar 6 large egg yolks 6 ramekins about 200ml Method 1.
You can fortify full-cream milk by the addition of powdered milk.
5) Best foot forward For a DIY foot bath, pour half a pint of warm, but not hot, full-cream milk into a bowl.
Remember, children between one and two years old should have full-cream milk as semi-skimmed doesn't have enough calories.
The texture of whiting is soft and crumbly with a flavour of full-cream milk.
Go to Dunstall Park, having reserved accommodation for the night, and you can drink without worrying about driving home, have a smoke - by going up to your room when you feel like it - invite guests to join you for whatever you have in mind and ring for breakfast of grape nuts and full-cream milk followed by sausages and bacon and black pudding and eggs on fried bread with portobello mushrooms .
My son the chef, escaping from his job at Harrods for a few days of R&R in Paradis-sur-Tweed, started the rot when he told me over a welcoming cuppa: "Took delivery of a 16-litre catering pack of fresh, full-cream milk the other day and guess what was printed on the front?
Ambrosia was the brainchild of Alfred Morris, who decided to use his native Devon's full-cream milk to make a nutritious baby food in 1917.