Ready to Eat: Sandwiches


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  1. Good Morning Sian,
    I love your Saturday Chicken Soup recipe. That page has disappeared. Is it possible to get it again.
    Thank you,

  2. Hi Sian…Season’s Greetings! I know you put up a version of the soup but, I miss the old one. I have tried to find it in many different ways. I guess when you lost the pages they disappeared from,saved emails etc.
    Cyber Space has it’s mysteries. If you happen,across the original Sayurday Soup recipe I’d be most grateful. Making my version (from memory) as I write.
    Happy New Year,

  3. Hi there. I made this almost as directed. Delicious!!! Easy!!!
    I did the mixing by hand.I didn’t even knead the dough.

    Things I did differently. I added powdered skim milk to the fluid measurement.
    Added the sugar and the yeast to the warm liquid and let it sit for 10 minutes (usual way i make bread)
    Added 1 cup of wholewheat.

    I am in the process of making another loaf using bread flour and 1 cup of whole wheat.

    Thank you for sharing.

    • Thanks for sharing Arlene. I would love to hear, and see how your 2nd attempt works out.

      • I’ve made this recipe with the whole wheat and bread flour twice since my post! Just a little more dense. Delicious. I am about to make another 🙂

  4. We should do larger export like years ago when Erica used to buy by the sacs and we should be manufacturing it al over the world

    • I use a few pimento berries (allspice) in almost every meat I cook. If you don’t have berries a ½ tsp of allspice powder works too.

  5. Dearest Sian, I think you have presented a great ratio of ingredients here. I followed it almost to the “t” and made a batch of dumpling which was ideal in my opinion. I may have used a little more water and maybe a little more flour. The dough was a little stickier than I would have liked. I gave it a fair kneading but I don’t know how long I did it for. I wish I had measured my kneading time so I could repeat it! The dumplings had a good firmness.


  6. hi i’m from canada and i’m not sure What is icing glass? can you explain please and thanks in advance

    • Hi Matthew. Excellent question. Icinglass (isinglass) is a form of gelatin derived from the air bladder of fish. It is used for clarifying ale and as a thickener in some foods