Our brand new Kilner butter range offers everyone the easyway to create their own homemade butter. With only one ingredient, whippingcream, in as little as ten minutes you can be churning your way to golden
Once you’ve made your delicious butter and moulded it into shape using the wooden butter paddles, display it in the beautiful glass butter dish.
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admin 24th February 2015
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Make delicious, dairy free apple butter with our simple recipe.
You will need:
1.5kg of cooking apples
1 cinnamon stick
5 tbsp. water
Kilner sterilised preserve jars :
watch our video to find out how to sterilise your jars
1) Carefully cut your apples into big chunks, without pealing or coring. Add the apples to a pan of water and bring to the boil.
2) Add the cinnamon and cloves to the pan and allow to simmer for half an hour.
3)Sieve the pulp to remove any seeds, peal or cloves.
4)Add the puree to a pan and slowly dissolve in the sugar.
5) Allow to simmer and stir occasionally.
6) Remove from the heat and carefully spoon into hot sterilized Kilner jars and seal.
They make the perfect winter treat or homemade present.
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admin 1st September 2014
Posted In: Uncategorised apples, bake, BBC, Boil, butter, Cinnamon, cook, dairy, gift, Goodfood, homemade, kilner, sugar, Winter, yummy
Enjoy a French breakfast with a warm croissant, a pot of blackberry jam and a hot cup of coffee.
Happy Bastille Day!
Bastille Day blackberry jam.
You will need:
Wash your freshly picked blackberries in cold water and drain.
Take your Kilner jam pan and place blackberries inside.
Simmer on a low heat for about 15 minutes until the berries have become soft.
Add the sugar and gently heat, stirring as you go.
Once the sugar has completely dissolved, add the butter and bring to the boil.
Boil your jam for 10 to 20 minutes.
Allow your jam to cool for 10 minutes.
Skim the surface of the jam with a slotted spoon.
Take your sterilised Kilner preserve jars and fill with your delicious jam.
Seal the jam for later or enjoy straight onto your croissant.
admin 14th July 2014
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