Our favourite recipes

Here at Arkwright Meadows we love our food, and so we have set up this page to share our favourite recipes. We have divided them up into categories to make it easier for you to find the dishes you like most. Click on one of the categories below to see the recipes inside. If you have a recipe to contribute, why not send it to us by simply clicking the link below and emailing it in?

Ingredients 25g celery, thinly sliced 125g red cabbage, thinly sliced 225g white cabbage, thinly sliced 25g each green pepper and yellow pepper, thinly sliced 25g red pepper, thinly sliced 40g... view full recipe
Ingredients a small piece ginger, peeled and grated 1 tsp cumin seeds a pinch chilli flakes 1 onion , finely chopped 2 large carrots , peeled and grated 150g red lentils 1l vegetable stock fresh,... view full recipe
Ingredients: 1 lb/454g of cooking apples 1 lb/454g of dates (stoned) 1 lb/454g of onions 1 lb/454g of soft brown sugar 1 pt/570 ml of malt vinegar (we use cider vinegar) Method: 1.Wash, peel and core... view full recipe
Ingredients 2½ kg green tomatoes 500g onions 1 rounded tbsp salt 500g sultanas 500g cooking apples 500g light muscovado sugar 1.14 litre jar spiced pickling vinegar Slice the tomatoes (you can skin... view full recipe
Ingredients: 1 cup of rice Half a cup of mince meat Half a cup of chopped dill 3 cloves of chopped garlic 4 big spoons of oil 1 big spoon of tomato puree 1 teaspoon of salt Half a teaspoon of black... view full recipe
Courgettes make a beautifully moist cake and makes a regular appearance in cafes and in the home. Unfortunately in recent years carrot cake seems to be the main vegetable cake that people love to... view full recipe
Ingredients: 2 lb Fresh pumpkin or squash 1/4 c Corn oil Sweet tomato sauce 1 ts Crushed garlic 1 c Water 1/2 ts Salt 1/2 c Sugar 4 oz Tomato sauce 1/2 ts Ginger root, chopped fine 1 ts Freshly... view full recipe
Achocha may be eaten raw in salads. Best used when young; very small fruit can be eaten whole, but when larger split, de-seed and slice directly into the bowl. They are a bit like green peppers.... view full recipe