Friday, 29 March 2013

Giveaway and review of English Provendor Co products.


English Provender Co. make really wonderful  chutneys, condiments, curds and dressings. All the ingredients used are the very best and the cooking methods are the old fashion traditional open-pan cooking methods. Amongst the many delicious products they make I recently tried the ginger curd, the red onion caremelised chutney and the balsamic dressing .All the products were simply divine.
This luxury ginger curd is totally unique and indulgently delicious. It's perfect drizzled over lemon sponge cake or swirled through ice cream. The curd is simply heavenly with creamy vanilla cheesecake or meringue.


The Red onion caremelised chutney is delicious, sweet and tangy .It is perfect to use in sandwiches, served with a slice of quiches, or served with samosas or pies.I particularly like it spread on toast with melted cheese on the top.


The balsamic vinegar and extra virgin olive oil dressing has hints of aromatic basil & oregano. A well balanced Sweet and mellow flavor makes this naturally delicious dressing  perfect for drizzling over salads.
I really enjoy all the delicious products from English Provendor which are available from all major supermarkets and also on line. All the products are reasonably priced and of optimum quality.


All the opinions and views are my own. Thankyou English Provendor company who have kindly agreed to send all three products to one simply.food reader to sample.

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144 comments:

  1. I would use it to make a ginger and lemon sundae.

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  2. Ooooh! I would add it to a cheese cake!

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  3. I'd use it in Beef Rendang - I usually add some brown sugar to the sauce (in place of palm sugar) and the gingery sweetness would be even better

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  4. I would serve it with a Spanish orange cake

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  5. Stem ginger and chocolate chip cookies.

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  6. I would try it as the filling in a chocolate cake - chocolate and giner go beautifully together.

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  7. I would use it in chocolate cake - chocolate and ginger go beautifully together.

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  8. I'd use it to top some cupcakes

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  9. I would use it in a lemon drizzle cake

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  10. added to a lemon cheesecake i think would be very tasty

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  11. i would add it to a cheese cake

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  12. I think I might try it with chocolate.

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  13. I'd do a ginger curd bakewell tart

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  14. Maybe to a chocolate cheesecake

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  15. I would try this in a vegetable stir fry

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  16. Stir fry and noodles with chicken

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  17. Probably Ginger Loaf cake - yum!

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  18. In a layered icecream sundae

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  19. I'd add it to curries or maybe a ginger cake

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  20. Personally I would use it in a 'Herman' friendship cake - look it up, it's amazing! x

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  21. I bet it would make a fabulous meringue pie!

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  22. Maybe a steamed pudding or cake :)

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  23. Maybe the topping on a cheesecake.

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  24. i think this would be great to use in Chinese recipes. ginger curd and beef maybe ?

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  25. Think it would be a fab ingredient in baking - there are loads of recipies you could add it to.

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  26. A chicken curry or on a sponge cake

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  27. l'd use it in a savoury dish - probably a curry or a stir fry

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  28. I think it would go lovely in a Curry

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  29. I would use it in my victoria sponge as a filling

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  30. I would use it for curries or stir fries, to give it that extra kick.

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  31. I would use it for curries or stirfries, to give them a bit of a kick.

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  32. I'd add it to icecream or yoghurt to make a dessert

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  33. I would put it in a sponge cake

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  34. I would put it in a sponge cake

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  35. I would add to my stem ginger biscuits. It would make them really special.

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  36. Rhubarb Fool or a few tablespoons swirled through a muffin mix would be lovely.

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  37. A curry and probably to a cake mix aswell.

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  38. I would make a yummy scrummy ginger cake - the ginger curd will help keep the cake moist and not dry out like others do

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  39. Swirled through a cheesecake with a crunchy chocolate base!

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  40. Swirled through a cheesecake with a crunchy chocolate base

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  41. I would add it to Ginger and Chilli biscuits. I imagine it would give them a nice chewy texture.

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  42. These sound absolutely yummy!

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  43. I would experiment with an ice cream recipe

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  44. I think I'd use it in a marinade for roast veg along with soy, chilli and garlic.

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  45. I like your suggestion of swirled through ice cream. I bet my mum would love ginger curd.

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  46. I would add it to baked pears! yummy

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  47. I'd put it in Sweet and Sour chicken!

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  48. I'd add a couple of spoons to the polenta cake to change the flavour. I love the English Provender, buy their jars very often but haven't seen the ginger one yet

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  49. I think it would make a lovely topping for a cheesecake

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  50. i think it would go lovely in a cheesecake

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  51. I would love to try it in a stir fry

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  52. I would add to home made soups.

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  53. My Sticky Ginger and Pear Tart. Yum!

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  54. I LOVE ginger, so would add it to cakes, cheesecake, stir fry - whatever I could think of really :)

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  55. lemon and ginger cheesecake mmm :)

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  56. I'd use it to make a Rhubarb and ginger crumble with nice thick custard.

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  57. I would use it in a Lemon and Ginger cake!!

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  58. I would like to try it with a pancake

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  59. Id try a bit in a carrot cake

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  60. I think I would try it over chicken!

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  61. To fill gingerbread cupcakes and add some to the buttercream :D

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  62. in ginger cake would be lovely

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  63. I would use it to make cupcakes....my family's fav sweet treat :)

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  64. I would use it to make a ginger curd & lemon pudding. Yum! :)

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  65. I'd use it in some home made soup

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  66. i would add it to a lemon and ginger sponge pudding

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  67. The kids like their scones plain,which I think is a bit dull, so I'd use the gingercurd to jazz up my scone, sounds yummy!

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  68. I'd use it to make a steamed pudding, nice & warming!

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  69. I would use it to make a sticky glaze for ginger cake.

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  70. I would sue it to make a sticky glaze for ginger cake.

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  71. I would use it to make a yummy steamed ginger pudding :)

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  72. A Rhubarb and ginger cheesecake

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  73. I would make some ginger ice cream with it - lovely and creamy and gingery too!

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  74. A rhubarb pie with ginger curd.

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  75. I would spread some brioche with it and make a very luxurious ginger bread and butter pudding with lots of stem ginger and sultanas as well

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  76. I'd put ginger curd into icing and put it on cupcakes. And in the cupcakes. Yum.

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  77. I`d add it as a topping to a lemon cheesecake

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