Retro Recipe Revival: The Best Of...

Retro Recipe Revival: The Best Of...
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Retro Recipe Revival: The Best Of...

After what seem like an age of delving into the Tower archives to bring you some of our favourite recipes from yesteryear, we have decided that it’s time to retire our Retro Recipe Revival Series. Don’t fret though, as one door closes, another opens and we have a fresh new recipe-laden feature starting soon to get those cooking juices flowing.  Every Wednesday we will be bringing you our Tower Healthy Quick Dish series, sharing fast, healthy recipes that you can easily whip up using our range of Tower products. So as we say a fond farewell to our Retro Recipes, we thought it only right to share the greatest hits from the series and a few of our favourites from over the past year and a half. winter-soup

Retro Recipe Revival: Winter Warming Soup

Perfect for chasing away the January blues, this hearty winter warmer is guaranteed to warm your cockles after long winter days. Best of all, it's super easy to make using the Tower 3.5 Litre Brushed Oval Slow Cooker. Just throw in all of your ingredients, set to high and have a delicious ready and waiting when you get home from work!

boston-baked-beans

Retro Recipe Revival: Boston Baked Beans

Make tinned baked beans into something truly remarkable with this American take on the British classic. Packed full of tender pork belly and coated in a rich, tomato sauce, this dish is the perfect way to take beans on toast to the next level. Using the Tower 6 Litre Stainless Steel One-Touch Pressure Cooker makes the ingredients extra tender and great to enjoy alone or generously piled on top of some artisan bread.

ratatouille

Retro Recipe Revival: Remarkable Ratatouille

The ultimate veggie dish, this Remarkable Ratatouille is classic Gallic way to make use of those fantastic summer vegetables. Great on its own or as a tasty accompaniment, this versatile dish goes with pretty much anything and using the Tower 4 Litre Aluminium Pressure Cooker, it’s ready in under an hour making it the perfect midweek meal. steamed-choc-pudding

Retro Recipe Revival: Steamed Chocolate Pudding

Our indulgent Steamed Chocolate Pudding is a chocoholics dream. The pillowy chocolate pudding drizzled in a thick dark chocolate sauce, can be whipped up using the Tower 300W Hand Mixer before being steamed in the Tower 4.5 Litre Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker. Best of all it’s ready in just an hour and 20 minutes, so it’s ideal for satisfying chocolate cravings! bulghar-pilaf-fish

Retro Recipe Revival: Spiced Bulghar Pilaf with Fish

Finally, bringing you a taste of the ocean is our Spiced Bulghar Pilaf with Fish. This one pan dish combines finely chopped vegetables, grated using the Tower Salad Master, with lightly spiced bulghar wheat and flaky steamed fish cooked in the Tower 5.5 Litre Aluminium Pressure Cooker for a summer meal that’s perfect for dining al-fresco. If you have a favourite Retro Recipe of your own from across the series, let us know via Twitter or Facebook. Stay tuned to the Tower blog where our new Tower Healthy Quick Dish series will be starting next week for heaps of healthy recipe inspiration!
11 January 2016
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