Classic Mary Berry episode 3 2018

In Classic Mary Berry episode 3 2018, Mary embraces the British countryside with fresh and honest bucolic cooking inspired by what is grown on farms and in gardens, from a joyous pasta inspired by a classic French herb sauce to a perfect way to partner asparagus and how to serve up the most scrumptious roasted vegetables. Mary makes her way through vegetable rows and orchards, ending with her own inspired version of tarte tatin.


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To further explore the green fields she takes a step back in time to journey on one of the Watercress Line’s 19th-century steam trains, where she leaves the stove to help fire up the 300-tonne engine.


Classic Mary Berry episode 3 2018 recipes:

 

Pistou linguine

Pistou linguine

Linguine

Pistou is a classic Provençal sauce made of basil, garlic and olive oil, similar to pesto but without the pine nuts and Parmesan.

Roasted vegetables with herbs and feta

Roasted vegetables with herbs and feta

Vegetables with herbs and feta

Roasted vegetables have become a classic over the last few decades, given that Mediterranean vegetables are easy to buy or grow yourself.

Poached salmon with asparagus

Poached salmon with asparagus

Poached salmon with asparagus

It is so much easier to remove the skin from the salmon while it is still warm – otherwise it will stick firmly to the salmon.

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