The Delia Project (#88): Vegetarian Mincemeat

The Delia Smith Project: Vegetarian Mincemeat

I’ve actually been making this mincemeat for the past – I don’t know exactly – 4/5 years?  Most of the time we’ve been in Switzerland anyway, as mincemeat isn’t easy to come by. I can’t justify a trip to Zurich just to buy a jar of mincemeat.

The main reason I chose Delia’s vegetarian mincemeat is because it doesn’t contain suet, which I would happily use by the way, I just haven’t been able to find out the German word, so I can’t ask my butcher. This mincemeat uses a block of creamed coconut in place of the suet and is also unusual in that one of the main ingredients is chopped dried bananas. The other dried fruits are apricots, raisins and sultanas and there is no sugar added. I have sensitive teeth and for me, eating some mincemeat is downright painful, but not this one. It’s light and not too sweet.

I’ll update you when I bake the pies!

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3 thoughts on “The Delia Project (#88): Vegetarian Mincemeat

  1. Pingback: The Delia Project (#90): Mince Pies | Eine Kugel Vanilla

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