20 Recipes

Discover 20 recipes that you can try.

As part of BALTIC and Travelling Gallery's exhibition What’s for Tea? we have been collecting recipes from the North East’s people and places.

We’d love to hear some of yours! Share your recipes by including the hashtag #Baltic20 on social media.

RECIPE No.
15

Leek on Toast

Beans on toast, cheese on toast, peanut butter & banana on toast - we love '...on toast' recipes. Up your game and try this simple Leek on Toast recipe.

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Leek on Toast
RECIPE No.
14

Very Shy

In 2007 artist Sora Kim presented exhibition 'Melting Alaska'. Included in the exhibition handout, try creating this Fennel salad with mozzarella and pomegranate seeds.

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Very Shy
RECIPE No.
13

Roast Tomato and Red Pepper Soup

As part of the What’s for Tea? tour, we have been collecting recipes from the North East’s people and places. This recipe is from the kitchen of Amy, Wakefield.

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Roast Tomato and Red Pepper Soup
RECIPE No.
12

Cheesy Bear Burgers

Don’t worry these burgers aren’t made of bears, they are made with beans! It's your job to shape them to live up to their name.

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Cheesy Bear Burgers
RECIPE No.
11

Easy Cheesy Frittata

This frittata is quick to make and fun to decorate. Get creative and design a face, a clock, an animal or an abstract design?

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Easy Cheesy Frittata
RECIPE No.
10

Tiny Trees Fried Rice

Fried rice is delicious and you can customise it however you like. We are filling ours with broccoli (or tasty tiny trees to some).

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Tiny Trees Fried Rice
RECIPE No.
9

Incr-Edible Bread Art

Bread dough is squishy and fun to shape, you can knot it, twist it, roll it and plait it to make some really interesting (and tasty!) bread art.

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Incr-Edible Bread Art
RECIPE No.
8

Tasty Grubs and Bugs

Put on your imaginary chef hat and apron! Pasta does not just come from a packet at the supermarket... it can be homemade with just two ingredients! Get creative and make pasta shaped bugs and grubs.

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Tasty Grubs and Bugs
RECIPE No.
7

Banana Penguin Lollies

Penguins always look dressed to impress don’t you think? These penguin shaped lollies are sure to impress too. They are a tasty treat, fast and easy to make.

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Banana Penguin Lollies
RECIPE No.
6

Lovefool

In 2007 artist Sora Kim presented the exhibition 'Melting Alaska'. Included in the exhibition handout was this Rhubarb Fool Pudding made with rhubarb and cream.

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Lovefool
RECIPE No.
5

Pancake Soup

As part of the What’s for Tea? tour, we have been collecting recipes from the North East’s people and places. This recipe is from a kitchen in Suffolk (but really Germany).

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Pancake Soup
RECIPE No.
4

Gluten Free Brownies

As part of the What’s for Tea? tour, we have been collecting recipes from the North East’s people and places. This recipe is from the kitchen of The Thain Family

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Gluten Free Brownies
RECIPE No.
3

Sweet Potato Bean Boats

We love using our imagination and experimenting with food to make creative meals. How could a sweet potato become a boat? Ours is filled with one of our favourite things, homemade baked beans!

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Sweet Potato Bean Boats
RECIPE No.
2

Apple Crumble

As part of the What’s for Tea? tour, we have been collecting recipes from the North East’s people and places. This recipe is from the kitchen of Saskia, London.

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Apple Crumble
RECIPE No.
1

Edible Weeds

Dandelion, a bright yellow weed, has a honey flavour and makes tasty biscuits. The whole dandelion plant is edible and people use it to make tea, wine and salads.

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Edible Weeds