Bonfire Night recipes to feed a crowd

Bonfire Night recipes to feed a crowd

05 November 2019

Remember, remember the 5th of November…Bonfire Night is here and with it comes all the fun of fireworks displays and feasting. If you’re hosting a gathering and are looking for some inspiration for easy - and delicious - recipes to feed a hungry crowd, we’ve got you covered.
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Remember, remember the 5th of November…Bonfire Night is here and with it comes all the fun of fireworks displays and feasting. If you’re hosting a gathering and are looking for some inspiration for easy - and delicious - recipes to feed a hungry crowd, we’ve got you covered. All of these ideas can be thrown together in under an hour and are sure to warm you up on a chilly November night. 1) Sausage and Lentil Casserole Our scrummy Sausage and Lentil Casserole is ready in less than 30 minutes when you use a pressure cooker. Our pressure cookers are suitable for all hob types, easy to use and - best of all - are part of our brilliant Black Friday deals. So they’re convenient in more ways than one. 😉

2) Parkin Bonfire Night just isn’t complete without a baking tray full of Parkin. This traditional Northern treat includes treacle, golden syrup and oatmeal and is even better when smothered in custard. Delicious!,3) Slow Cooker Hot Chocolate This easy Slow Cooker Hot Chocolate recipe is the perfect thing to have simmering away on a Winter’s evening. Simply add whipped cream, marshmallows or a slug of brandy for a more adult twist. If you’ve been contemplating whether you should invest in a slow cooker, we have some great Black Friday deals on both our mechanical and electrical versions.

4) Baked Potato Soup Now this is what we call a winter warmer! We’d suggest breaking out your biggest stock pot for this delicious savoury soup from Jamie Oliver. You can make a batch for your Bonfire Night party and have plenty for lunch the next day. Yum! It’s also a great way to use up any leftover spuds.,5) Roasted Aubergine, Courgette and Macaroni Bake Cold nights deserve some serious comfort food. This easy pasta bake is a fantastic way to hide vegetables in what looks like a simple tomato sauce - perfect for any fussy eaters! Just throw everything into a roasting tin, cook for 30 minutes and you’ll have a pile of bubbling, cheesy goodness that the whole family will enjoy.

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