laverbread


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laverbread

(ˈlɑːvəˌbrɛd)
n
(Cookery) laver seaweed fried as a breakfast food; popular in Wales
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Serves: 4 Prep: 20mins Cook: 55mins Ingredients 1 large wild Anglesey oak smoked sea bass fillet, cut into 4 even sized pieces 25g unsalted butter 1 leek, white only chopped finely 2 rashers unsmoked bacon, chopped into small pieces 2 Estima potatoes, peeled and diced 150ml dry white wine 350ml chicken stock 1kg live cockles (or 250g cockle meat) 400ml milk 1 tsp whole peppercorns 1tsbsp double cream 1 dessertspoon Selwyn's laverbread Method 1.
A great festive gift is new DVD Coginio, showing how to cook age old Welsh recipes like cawl, Welsh rarebit, laverbread, oatcakes, Welsh cakes and Bara Brith.
Other Welsh products being assessed for PGI status include Welsh Butter, Conwy Mussels, Welsh Cider and Perry, West Wales Corale Caught Salmon, West Wales Corale Caught Sewin, Carmarthen Ham, Welsh Laverbread, Pembrokeshire Early Potatoes and Anglesey Sea Salt.
Wales is also the home of laverbread (seaweed) which can be bought already cooked and prepared.
Tesco will also stock the company's laverbread, traditional vegetables and pickled beetroot.
WELSHMAN'S Caviar and Laverbread Pesto were among the innovative products to win awards at Pembrokeshire County Show last week.
CARDIFF | Kelp sees Welsh laverbread re-branded and repackaged for the health conscious consumer at National Museum Cardiff from tomorrow until September 1.
They include Anglesey Eggs, made with mashed potatoes and Welsh cheddar cheese sauce, Glamorgan sausages with red onion marmalade, spinach and mushroom pancakes with Y Fenni cheese, Llanboidy vegetable rarebit with laverbread, raised pork pie with mature Welsh cheddar, bara brith and Welsh butter pudding or Pantysgawn cheesecake with summer fruits and Black Mountain liqueur.
Visitors to the annual Welsh Conservative Party Conference worried about David Cameron's direction could be choking on their laverbread when the speakers' list for next March's event is published.
Ingredients | 450g Pembrokeshire new potatoes, cooked in their skins and thickly sliced | 1 leek, washed and thinly sliced | 25g butter | 25g laverbread | 225g back bacon, cut into 2cm strips | 6 large free range eggs | 75g Welsh cheddar cheese, grated | Freshly ground black pepper | Method Break the eggs into a large bowl, season with freshly ground black pepper and add the laverbread.
Serves four Ingredients For the pastry 150g (5oz) plain flour Pinch salt 75g (3oz) cold butter Ice cold water For the filling 150ml (quarter pint) milk 150ml (quarter pint) single cream 2 large eggs 1 tablespoon laverbread 8 rashers smoked bacon cooked and diced 250g (9oz) cockles 100g (4oz) Caerphilly cheese grated Salt and pepper to taste Method To make pastry rub butter and flour together to resemble breadcrumbs.
Gilli presented hit 1990s TV series Tastes of Wales and has written other books on Welsh food, including Lamb, Leeks and Laverbread, The Very Best Flavours of Wales and 2007's Welsh Calendar Cookbook.