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Using Meat Terrine in other dishes.
Mon 8-Oct-12
4:12 pm
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I've just been sorting out my cellar and seem to have a glut of meat terrines from last visit to pops (he lives in France).


In my past life I would have eaten them on toast or crackers, but am considering incorporating them into cooked meals now.


So far I've considered:

A variation of Corned Beef Hash;

A Terrine and Cheese layered filo pie;

Forming into balls and encasing in dough before dropping them into veg stews/soup - bit like dumpli surprise.


Suffering lack of confidence - do these sound ok and would you consider cooking jarred terrines?


Any other suggestions on how to transform what I bought as a light meal into a more substantial meal?

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