Bring friends and family together on Bonfire Night for an evening of celebration, fireworks, and good food.

Our recipe collection has lots of warming fare that can be easily made in a single pot and mopped up from plates with some crusty bread or hot rice, plus hot soups and drinks to be sipped at leisure. Finally, there are sweet treats that can be eaten straight from the hand. A fine way to spend a crisp autumn night.

(V) = Vegetarian
(GF) = Gluten free

 

Hot drinks

Hot spiced fruit punch, non-alcoholic and still awesome  (V) (GF)

London fog (V) (GF)

Salted caramel hot chocolate (V) (GF)

 

Soups

Celeriac and celery soup (V) (GF)

Light and creamy tomato soup with raisin bread grilled cheese (V)

Miso soup with leeks, milk, and sweet corn

 

One-pan roasts, stews, and curries

Thai Massaman curry with chicken (GF)

Roast shallots and potatoes with butter and soy sauce (V)

Sausage and butternut roast  (GF – The Black Farmer’s sausages are great)

Slow roasted chicken and tomatoes (GF)

 

Sweet things

Banana bread with pine nuts (V)

Hot chocolate cookies (V)

Marshmallow and chilli chocolate brownies

Pumpkin choc chip muffins (GF) (V)

Vanilla and cinnamon marshmallows (GF)

About The Author

History of Art graduate from SOAS (jointly with UCL). I cook, eat, and observe the world. Then I write about it and share it with you. This is a unilateral decision.

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