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Posted: 30-Dec-2004, 11:39 AM
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A great traditional Scottish dessert which is widely made at Hogmanay time ( New Year)

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1/2pint double cream
6 tablespoons rough oatmeal ( NOT porridge oats though!!) - toasted in a frying pan until slightly 'nutty')
small punnet fresh raspberries ( frozen is fine too)
3 tablespoons whisky liqueur ( sucha s Drambuie or Glayva - failing that use whisky, Scotch please!- plus a tablespoon of icing sugar)
Whip the cream, fold int he oatemal and fruit, then gently mix in the whisky. If not sweet enough , add a little fine sugar.
Pile into wine glasses and serve with shortbread or other small biscuits

Happy New Year!!!!!!!!!!

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Posted: 31-May-2005, 09:48 PM
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Can you use other fruits instead of raspberries? Just curious if the tradition says raspberries.



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Posted: 12-Nov-2008, 05:26 PM
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Posted: 12-Nov-2008, 08:57 PM
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How my father would have loved this! And it would have been the raspberries that made it for him, too. (And the Drambuie smile.gif ) I am looking forward to making this at the New Year.
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Posted: 13-Nov-2008, 07:46 AM
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More recipes with my favorite "Drambuie" Please! It sounds so gooood, but anything with drambuie sounds good too me.

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