Have a very clotted Christmas courtesy of Trewithen Dairy

Following their highly successful rebranding this year, the Trewithen Dairy from Cornwall is recommending that we all have a white Christmas in the kitchen this year.

The Dairy has been working with the chef at Cornwall’s stylish St Moritz Hotel & Spa, one of the many customers of Trewithen, to create a whole new set of Clotted Christmas Recipes.

The first batch of customers booklets were so successful that they team is in the midst of a speedy reprint as we speak, and recipes will also soon be available to download from their company website that can be found at www.trewithendairy.co.uk

With four specially-created recipes that each feature Trewithen’s delicious Clotted Cream, the dishes are guaranteed to add a tasty twist to the traditional family Christmas. From a quirky canapé to a celebratory three-course feast, the recipes have each been designed by Nick Osbourne, who is amongst a raft of hospitality professionals who are certain that Trewithen Clotted Cream is the best of the bunch. The dishes include:

Smoked Salmon with Trewithen Clotted Cream, Dijon mustard and honey on toasted pumperknickel

Garlic Clotted Cream, spinach and mushroom bruschetta

Trewithen Clotted Cream and mustard mash – to be served with local seared beef sirloin with braised oxtail, savoy cabbage and balsamic shallot

Trewithen Clotted Cream rice pudding croquettes with spiced winter fruits

Francis Clarke, one of the family members behind the Trewithen business, says, “Everyone naturally thinks of clotted cream as an accompaniment to a luxurious dessert but as a cooking ingredient, our quality cream can be used throughout every dish to great effect and add that extra lusciousness to Christmas dinner.  It’s been really inspiring working alongside Nick and his St Moritz team and we’re all really enjoying testing out the new savoury recipes at home.  Our customers have been snapping up the first set of booklets that went out last week and we’ve already got a double reprint in hand.”