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German cuisine includes a wide range of cakes and tarts, often made with fresh fruits, like strawberries, plums, cherries and apples. Those in the know, who have access to Bramleys, choose them.
Viennese cuisine is best known for its pastries but also includes a wide range of other unique dishes. Traditionally, this apple pie would use a dessert apple for continental Europe, but in Britain the Bramley is commonly used
Who can resist sticky barbecued spare ribs? These Caribbean-style ribs are simmered in a jerk-style sauce. You can buy jars of ground jerk seasoning in most supermarkets.
There are no hard and fast rules with Chinese food, which has evolved over thousands of years. This version of hot and sour pork, a popular classic, incorporates Bramley apples, which are unique to Britain
Traditionally served at Easter time, this Polish recipe for apple shortcake will prove popular with the whole family. It has a texture in between shortbread and cake. Serve warm or cold in slices.
Served chilled, these apples baked in coconut milk would make an unusual and cooling dessert to end a spicy meal. If you prefer, you can cook them in the microwave on HIGH for 6-8 minutes instead.
This version of hot and sour pork, a popular Chinese classic dish, incorporates Bramley apples, which are unique to Britain.
The blend of hot spices, sour flavours and lentils make a dhansak a popular curry. Try serving it with basmati rice and a cooling raita.
Bigos is considered by many to be the national dish of Poland and, as such, has many variations around the country and from family to family. It's important not to stir the stew too much as it simmers or you will break up the potatoes and apples.
You've heard the expression cheap as chips, well this recipe is cheaper than chips and better for you too!
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