Infotel Magazine | Edition 10 | 2016

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From country retreats to the city of Leeds, this month's magazine packs a punch with a fabulous collection of country escapes and winter hideaways, plus a round-up of the latest discounts, deals and offers from UK hotels.

Featuring:
A Postcard from Leeds: Discover a playground of history, style, sporting heritage and hills!

Chef's Corner: Enjoy a simple, tasty, tangy dish from Thailand courtesy of Chef Marty Black.

The Infotel Specials: Take advantage of the latest offers for business and leisure stays.

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Dates for the Diary

What to do, where to stay

The Guest Book

This month’s top picks

Need a Winter

Hideaway?

We’ve uncovered

the best

2016 Edition 10

A Postcard

from Leeds

Step inside

the stunning

Stoke

Rochford

Hall

Head to Heacham

Manor Hotel

for Norfolk nights away


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Front Cover: Stoke Rochford Hall

Inside Cover: Humber Bridge by FreeImages.com/Martin Gregory

CONTENTS

4 10 22

The Guest Book

Ivanhoe Inn

& Hotel

Top Picks

in Leeds

5 11 23

Dates for the Diary Country Escapes White Hart Inn

6 16 24

7 18 26

8 19 28

Heacham

Manor Hotel

Deans Place Hotel

Be part of our Black

Friday Promotions

Infotel Business

De Salis Hotel

London Stansted

Ferryman Inn

The Infotel

Specials

Handpicked

Hotels Group

Chef’s Corner

9 20

Highfield

House Hotel

A Postard

from Leeds

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This month’s collection of Infotel properties to check-in to

Abbotsley Golf Hotel

Cambridgeshire

Langstone Cliff Hotel

Devon

Ramada Resort Grantham

Marston Lincolnshire

Maison Talbooth

Essex

Cherry Tree Inn

Oxfordshire

Hotel Lily

London

Pykkerell Inn

Suffolk

Restover Lodge Hotel

Rotherham South Yorkshire

Muckrach Country

House Hotel Morayshire

Gales of Llangollen

Denbighshire

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DATES FOR THE DIARY

What’s On?

NOVEMBER

2016

BBC Good Food Guide

4 - 6 November

Glasgow

The York Maze

Fireworks Spectacular

5 November

York

Bath Film Festival

3 - 13 November

Bath

Who?

Billy Connolly

High Horse Tour

11 November

Manchester

Cornwall Film

Festival

2 - 13 November

Newquay

When?

Jools Holland

& his rhythm &

blues orchestra

20 November

Oxford

Chester Arts Fair

18 - 20 November

Chester

Where?

The Lord

Mayor’s Show

12 November

London

Disney on

Ice presents

Frozen

30 November

(onwards)

Liverpool

Echo Arena

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FEATURE

Heacham Manor Hotel

Hunstanton, Norfolk PE31 7JX

From

£125

01775 843413

Lines open 9.00am to 5.30pm, Monday to Friday

Nestled in a peaceful parkland location,

this charming 16th Century Grade II listed

country house hotel is ideally placed for

the beautiful beaches of Norfolk, the Royal

Sandringham Estate and the Victorian

seaside resort of Hunstanton.

Heacham Manor prides itself on offering a

room fit for every occasion and everyone’s

budget. A total of 45 en-suite rooms,

ranging from bright and cheerful standard

rooms up to the opulent Manor Suite are

available. All have free WiFi, tea and

coffee making facilities, flat screen TV

and toiletries.

Enjoy glorious panoramic views of the

grounds when you dine in the AA Rosette

Restaurant, which serves a delicious

seasonal menu. The Mulberry Spa offers

a variety of pampering and relaxation

treatments and the 18 hole golf course

provides more tee time!

Infotel clients receive a free pass for the

duration of their stay, to the sister company,

Searles Leisure Resort, for use of the gym/

fitness centre, indoor and outdoor pools

and entertainment

in the Club House.

“Lovely property and great staff”

A Trip Advisor Reviewer

6

100 On-site Free WiFi Restaurant Bar 24hr

Reception

CCTV

Private

Parties

Golf

Spa

Check In

3.00pm

Check Out

11.00am


FEATURE

Deans Place Hotel

Alfriston, East Sussex BN26 5TW

“Perfect night and I would

definitely recommend to others”

A Trip Advisor review

From

£58

01775 843413

Lines open 9.00am to 5.30pm, Monday to Friday

Set on the banks of the Cuckmere River at

the foot of the South Downs National Park,

the highly regarded Deans Place Hotel has

36 en-suite rooms ranging from singles to

executive doubles and family rooms.

Decorated to a high standard with a

countryside feel, all rooms offer free WiFi,

digital TV/DVD, complimentary toiletries,

tea and coffee making facilities.

Award-winning food can be enjoyed

in the restaurant or bar. Relax with superb

hospitality in a welcoming environment,

with log fires crackling in winter, or indulge

with afternoon tea in the Victorian gardens

during the summer months.

A croquet lawn and heated outdoor pool

set in four acres of stunning gardens add

to the charm of this Sussex escape.

120 On-site Free WiFi Restaurant Bar CCTV Outdoor Laundry

Heated Pool Service

Check In

2.00pm

Check Out

11.00am

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FEATURE

Highfield House Hotel

Southampton, Hampshire SO17 1AQ

From

£125

01775 843413

Lines open 9.00am to 5.30pm, Monday to Friday

Conveniently located just ten minutes

by foot from Southampton Common and

12 minutes from St. Denys train station

with Southampton Airport and the Port

of Southampton just a short drive away.

A total of 71 simple, modern en-suite

rooms are available, with free WiFi, flat

screen TVs and tea and coffee making

facilities. Evening dining is available at a

special discounted rate for hotel guests

at the adjacent restaurant.

The in-house cooked buffet breakfast

is a definite winner with business and

leisure guests!

“Room spotless.

Breakfast excellent”

A Trip Advisor review

150 On-site Free WiFi Restaurant Bar CCTV

Check In

2.00pm

Check Out

11.00am

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FEATURE

Ivanhoe Inn & Hotel

Belfast, Co Antrim BT8 8EU

From

£58

01775 843413

Lines open 9.00am to 5.30pm, Monday to Friday

Situated only six miles from Belfast City

Centre, The Ivanhoe Inn and Hotel began

life in the 1800s as a well known stopping

point for travellers on their way from Belfast

to Saintfield. It was also the first bar to

allow women to drink unaccompanied!

Today, the Ivanhoe blends the modern

day comfort of stylish bedrooms and free

WiFi with original features and a homely

ambience to make a welcome stay.

A total of 29 en-suite rooms are available,

with four interconnecting rooms which are

perfect for families. Flat screen TVs and tea

and coffee making facilities are included.

“Very comfortable and welcoming”

A Trip Advisor review

The recently refurbished Bistro and Bar

offers a wide choice, from breakfast to

afternoon tea to a fabulous four-course

evening meal.

Within easy reach of both Belfast City

and Aldergrove International Airports plus

the ferry terminals, The Ivanhoe is a great

base for business or leisure stays in

North Ireland.

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200 On-site Free WiFi Restaurant Bar 24hr

Reception

Weddings

Live Music

Check In

2.30pm

Check Out

11.00am

Turn to page 28 to meet

the Ivanhoe’s head chef

Marty Black >>


Country

Escapes

Winter

Hideaways

Whether you’re looking

for Christmas in the

country, a New Year

escape or planning a

last minute weekend

away from the city,

our Country Collection

will have you cosy,

cocooned & contented

in no time at all!


COUNTRY ESCAPES

Head to

Shropshire

and have your heart stolen

with a stay at Soulton Hall

Hotel.

Relax by a roaring fire,

walk away any extra calories

with a meander through the

medieval walled gardens or

ramble round the extensive

estate, breathing in the soul

satisfying sights of unspoilt

countryside.

It will be a stunning step

back in time when you enter

the ancient manor house,

which still retains many

original features; mullioned

windows, ancient floorboards,

stone-flagged floors and

impressive plasterwork.

A choice of accommodation is

available, from the superbly

sumptuous rooms in the main

house to the charming cottages

dotted around the farm and

bluebell woods.

Aptly named Keeper’s Cottage,

Herdsman’s Cottage and

Ploughman’s Cottage, they

have their own garden, kitchen,

living/dining space in addition

to the bedrooms and bathrooms.

Soulton Hall Hotel

Shrewsbury, Shropshire SY4 5RS

Dining at Soulton Hall Hotel

is a candlelit experience to

linger over. With a menu

which changes every day,

food is sourced from the

hotel’s walled garden and

farm, including their own

honey, pheasant, fowl,

rabbit and game, and an

array of fruits which make

their way into desserts,

jams and marmalades.

Local artisan food producers

provide the mouth-watering

extras including seafood

and cider.

Rooms in the main house

are currently available from

£119 per night, based on

two sharing and including

breakfast.

A minimum three night stay

is required in a cottage, with

prices starting from £435

including breakfast.

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Stoke

Rochford Hall

is situated in the peaceful,

rolling countryside of the

East Midlands surrounded

by formal gardens and 28

acres of parkland.

Originally built in the 1840s,

the Grade I listed Victorian

mansion has been restored

to its former glory thanks

to a £12 million three-year

restoration project overseen

by English Heritage.

Combining the best of today’s

creature comforts with the

charm of Victorian design,

with intricately carved open

fire places, ornate ceilings

and wood panelled walls in

the public areas, to the

COUNTRY ESCAPES

contemporary and clean

lines of the spacious mansion

bedrooms which offer either

a comfortable lounge area or

a luxurious bathroom with

fantastic views.

Stoke Rochford Hall

Grantham, Lincolnshire NG33 5EJ

Dining is a special experience

with first class cuisine,

attentive service and elegant

surroundings.

Fresh herbs, soft fruits and

vegetables all come from the

Kitchen Garden with seasonal

produce sourced locally.

A Pet Welcome Scheme

operates and the hotel’s pet

Labrador, Russell, may just

join you on one of the great

walks through the parkland

around the Hall!

A small double room for a

weekend in November is

currently available for £74.25

per night, based on two sharing

and includes breakfast.

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COUNTRY ESCAPES

The ancient

Mackenzies

of Coul

picked a wonderful location

for this classic country house

hotel. Originally built in 1821

for Sir George Mackenzie as a

traditional hunting lodge, it’s

nestled in the secluded hills

above Contim, Ross-shire,

with stunning views over

the Strathconon Valley.

For added luxury choose

either the Superior King/Twin

or Master Bedroom located

at the top of the house. Both

have west facing views

over manicured lawns with

formidable Strathconon

mountains beyond.

The spacious accommodation

is beautifully furnished with

deep pile carpet, large flat

screen TVs and seating areas.

The Master Room features a

magnificent four poster bed

and both rooms have luxury

bathrooms with mood lighting,

high ceilings, roll top baths

and walk-in rain showers.

Coul House Hotel

Strathpeffer, Ross-shire IV14 9ES

As well as hill walking,

mountain biking and off-road

4x4 driving, the hotel can also

arrange clay pigeon shooting,

horse riding and fishing.

For golf lovers, there’s a nine

hole pitch and putt course

on-site or a choice of ten

courses all within a 30

minute drive of the hotel.

Available through autumn

and winter, the hotel are

offering a reduced rate with

their Log Fire Breaks rate

with prices from £45 per

person per night.

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Perfectly

positioned on

the hillside

with the Cornish capital city

of Truro below, The Alverton

Hotel, is a former convent and

an historic Grade II listed

building built by the same

architect as Truro Cathedral.

It combines the best of beach

with the best of countryside.

Ivy clad walls, arched

mullioned windows, curved

archways revealing hidden

hideaways, old oak doors and

a bell tower add to the charm

of this Cornish delight which

offers 50 en-suite bedrooms

including nine stunning suites.

The two AA Rosette

classic-contemporary Bar and

Brasserie offers a relaxing

COUNTRY ESCAPES

haven for guests and visitors

to enjoy a wide range of British

favourites expertly cooked.

Overlooking the garden and

terrace, it is bathed with

natural light during the day

and intimate soft lamplight

for evening dining.

The Alverton Hotel

Truro, Cornwall TR1 1ZQ

Head Chef Simon George

and his brigade have

created a seasonal menu of

award-winning dishes and

at this time of year, we

recommend retiring to the

bar to enjoy a brandy by

the roaring fire!

A daily rate in November for

a double room with breakfast

and WiFi is £139 or opt for a

suite from £209.

Business travellers are eligible

for some great savings so let

the Infotel team know if you’re

travelling for business.

For our complete

Country Collection

Click here >>

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FEATURE

De Salis Hotel London Stansted

Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire CM22 6DR

From

£49

01775 843413

Lines open 9.00am to 5.30pm, Monday to Friday

A total of 50 bedrooms are available,

from single occupancy doubles to executive

and Jacuzzi rooms. Business travellers can

enjoy dedicated facilities to make being

away from the office easier, with high speed

WiFi, work desks, free computer terminals

and a paper office service.

A selection of Italian, American and British

dishes are served in the restaurant.

Located two miles from London Stansted

Airport, away from the flight path and

surrounded by woodland, the hotel is

adjacent to a nine hole golf course and

gym as well as being convenient for local

attractions. A 24 hour paid shuttle service

to the terminal doors of the airport is

available and on-site parking at the

hotel can be arranged.

“Value for money, good for

the airport, park & fly”

A Trip Advisor review

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50 On-site WiFi Restaurant Bar Airport

Parking

Golf

Nearby

Check In

1.00pm

Check Out

11.00am


FEATURE

Ferryman Inn

Witney, Oxfordshire OX29 5AT

From

£65

A Trip Advisor Reviewer

“Homely comfort off

the beaten track”

01775 843413

Lines open 9.00am to 5.30pm, Monday to Friday

Set on the banks of the River Thames at

Bablock Hythe, this well appointed traditional

inn lies adjacent to the Thames Path trail,

making it an ideal base for business travel

or leisure exploration in the Thames Valley

and the Cotswolds.

Free WiFi and en-suite showers are offered

in all of the modest rooms, along with tea and

coffee making facilities and TVs. All rooms

have access to a shared river view balcony

with a seating area.

A varied and value for money menu is

available from the pub restaurant, which

has stunning views over the Thames, or dine

al fresco on the riverside lawn area in the

summer months.

Ample parking is available plus a riverside

slipway accommodates boats up to 25

feet long.

150 On-site Free WiFi Restaurant Bar Weddings Fishing Bowling

Check In

3.00pm

Check Out

11.00am

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A POSTCARD FROM...

Leeds

A city with impressive and imposing buildings from the 19th

Century, and home to the Royal Armouries and the Henry

Moore Institute and Gallery.

Leeds combines stylish shopping, a

cultural playground of entertainment

and a rich sporting heritage with the

drama of the Yorkshire Dales to create

a vibrant and welcoming city.

The Victoria Quarter dates back over 100

years and was once a mass of slaughterhouses,

butchers, fruit and vegetable stalls and a Bazaar.

The lower lever sold meat and the upper level

traded fancy goods and haberdashery. Men

worked downstairs with women upstairs under

strict rules of no gossiping, drinking or eating!

Today, thanks to a restoration project, visitors

can appreciate the stunning mosaic floor panels,

the breathtaking stained glass roof running

the length of Queen Victoria Street, and the

mahogany framed and gilded art nouveau

lettering which graces each shop.

Rich marbles, wrought iron and mahogany

have been used to create two streets, an

arcade and the Empire Theatre, now home

to Harvey Nichols. Louis Vuitton, Mulberry,

Liz Earle, Paul Smith and Vivienne Westwood

provide shoppers with a top end experience

in a truly stunning environment.

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A POSTCARD FROM...

Leeds by nightlight is

something special and there’s

a choice of rooftop bars and

restaurants ready to provide

panoramic backdrops for cool

cocktails or after dusk dining.

Head to the Crafthouse for

a super contemporary interior

of grey and black with huge

picture windows overlooking

the neighbouring church tower

and an inventive, bold menu

which won’t disappoint.

The famous West Yorkshire

Playhouse is home to the

country’s largest touring

productions as well as

producing challenging new

works, while Leeds Grand

is home to Opera North and

Northern Ballet.

The Carriageworks provides a forward thinking programme

mixed with family entertainment outside of term-time and the

First Direct Arena hosts music, comedy and sporting events.

For a step back into theatrical history, the City Varieties is the

world’s longest running music hall, where the likes of Charlie

Chaplin and Harry Houdini once trod the boards. A programme

of stand-up comedy, live music, pantomime and old-fashioned

variety shows keep audiences entertained today.

The beautiful Kirkstall

Abbey, just outside the

City Centre, was founded

by Cistercian monks and is

one of the country’s most

impressive medieval

buildings.

A new visitors centre with

interactive exhibits brings

to life the story of the monks

and the 24 acres of parkland

provides plenty of picnic

spots and river walks.

Raymond Blanc’s Brasserie

Blanc creates an intimate

and romantic space amid the

cast-iron pillars and red brick

of an old Victorian warehouse,

with a scattering of outdoor

tables for sunny lunchtimes

beside the river. The menu

is French, from escargots to

boeuf Bourguignon, with the

pre-6.30pm set menu offering

three fabulous courses for

a tantalising £14.45.

One of the world’s largest

textile mills is now home to

Leeds Industrial Museum,

which tells the story of

the city’s textile industry,

including the Dickensian

dark days of appalling

conditions and human loss.

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TOP PICKS

Visiting Leeds?

Here’s our top picks for a place to stay >>

Gateway

Apartments >>

Quebecs >>

Radisson Blu Hotel Leeds >>

Holiday Inn Express

Leeds Armouries >>

Thorpe Park Hotel

& Spa >>

Haleys Hotel >>

Headingley Lodge

Hotel >>

Corn Mill Lodge

Hotel >>

Quebecs Luxury Apartments >>

Village The Hotel

Club Leeds North >>

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FEATURE

White Hart Inn

Basingstoke, Hampshire RG26 5QA

From

£89

01775 843413

Lines open 9.00am to 5.30pm, Monday to Friday

Combining a country location,

popular with walkers and cyclists,

with all the facilities of the

Hampshire town of Basingstoke

just 15 minutes away.

The White Hart Inn offers nine

en-suite rooms, all with Freeview

TV, free WiFi, tea and coffee making

facilities with a desk, hairdryer

and complimentary mineral water

available in the Superior Rooms.

“Very good bar food,

comfortable room

& helpful staff”

A Trip Advisor review

20 On-site

(private)

Free WiFi Restaurant Bar Garden

Check In

4.00pm

Check Out

10.00am

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Skelwith Bridge Hotel

Cumbria

Christmas House Party >>

Ocean View Hotel

Dorset

Complimentary

wine & upgrade >>

Llangoed Hall

Powys

A Charming

Christmas break >>

Hintlesham Hotel

Suffolk

Champagne, tea &

stay package >>

Hadlow Manor

Hotel Kent

Weekend

breakfast saver >>

Best Western Hallmark Hotel

Liverpool Feathers

Merseyside

Save at least £30 >>

Enquire now 01775 843413

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The Vicarage Freehouse & Rooms

Cheshire

Save 15% on Sunday night says >>

The Inn Boutique

Jersey

Winter room rate

from £29 >>

New Westcliff Hotel

Dorset

Autumn/winter

offers from £125 >>

Milsoms

Essex

Dinner, B&B £135

per night >>

West Country Inn

Devon

Save £14 on a

double room >>

Alma Lodge Hotel

Cheshire

Save on all family rooms >>

Enquire now

01775 843413

Lines open 9.00am to 5.30pm, Monday to Friday

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GROUP

Hand Picked Hotels is a collection of very individual country house hotels

located throughout the UK and Channel Islands. Significant investment has

restored their beautiful architectural features and historical quirks, and as

appropriate, introduced a more contemporary design.

Nutfield Priory Hotel & Spa >> Seiont Manor >>

Rhinefield House

Hotel >>

Rookery Hall Hotel & Spa >>

St Pierre

Park Hotel >>

Wood Hall Hotel

& Spa >>

L’horizon Beach

Hotel & Spa >>

Grand Jersey >>

Woodlands Park Hotel >>

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GROUP

Audleys Wood

Hotel >>

Brandshatch Place

Hotel & Spa >>

Bailbrook House Hotel >>

Chilston Park >>

Buxted Park Country House Hotel >>

Hendon Hall

Hotel >>

Crathorne Hall

Hotel >>

New Hall Hotel & Spa >>

Fawsley Hall

Hotel >>

Ettington Park Hotel >>

Norton House Hotel

& Spa >>

From

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View the

collection >>

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CHEF’S CORNER

Let the

food

do the

talking...

Marty Black has been Head Chef

at the Ivanhoe Hotel in Belfast for

the last year. He recently took

time away from his busy kitchen

to talk territory, temperament

and Thai!

What made you want to be a chef and

how long have you been doing it?

Since I was 15! My friend worked in a

restaurant and I helped by washing the dishes.

I then started preparing the vegetables and

learnt how to make starters and sweets.

That’s when I fell in love with cooking. It was

hard work and long hours, but I enjoyed it.

What’s proving to be the most popular dish

on your menu this month and why do you

think that is?

I would have to say the traditional turkey

and ham with stuffing. We steam the turkeys

for two hours so they are incredibly moist.

We glaze our hams and our home made stuffing

consists of breadcrumbs, pork mince, stewed

apples and wild cranberries, sage and onions.

It’s a winner all year round!

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When you go home, who does the cooking?

Are you territorial in the kitchen!?

I don’t really do much cooking at home.

On the rare nights that I’m off I head to my

Mum’s for dinner. Not that she’s a great cook

(lol) but I enjoy having someone else cook

for me!


CHEF’S CORNER

What do you look for when you create a

new dish or menu? What’s your main

considerations?

Local produce is a must. Good quality food

and keen prices. I am on the phone every day

with my suppliers torturing them for the best!

The #shelfie - a chef’s five must have herbs

and spices always available on the shelf!

What are yours and why?

Lemon pepper, flat leaf parsley as a palate

cleanser, curry powder, salt, aromatic spices –

a must have in everyday cooking!

Which famous person, dead or alive, would

you love to cook for and what would you

serve them?

Tony Soprano - I’d cook him spaghetti and

meatballs and to follow, a 31 day dry-aged rib

on the bone!

What’s your favourite cuisine and why?

I like all kinds of cuisine and love trying

new things.

If you were stranded on a desert island

and allowed one item or ingredient from

your kitchen, what would it be and why?

My second chef!

You’re sharing a recipe with our readers

today, why did you choose this one?

It’s an authentic Thai Street Curry Sauce –

I just love it!

Marty Black’s Thai

Street Curry Sauce

Serves 20 portions

Ingredients

2 red onions

2 white onions

2 celery sticks

100g ginger

3 lemon grass stalks

6 garlic cloves

2 cups Soy Sauce

3 x 500ml pots of palm sugar

3tbs Fish Sauce

1 cup Rice Wine Vinegar

zest and juice of 8 limes

3 large tins of coconut milk

½ pack Coriander

½ pack Mint

½ pack Basil

Method

Chop the onions and celery

and cook in a little oil.

Add all the other ingredients and

cook over a low heat for one hour.

Blitz and season with salt and

pepper to taste.

Marty’s curry sauce is perfect

with chicken, prawns, haddock

or salmon.

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