Marrow recipes

Marrow Boats Stuffed with Tomato & Paprika Turkey

Marrow Boats Stuffed with Tomato & Paprika Turkey

My girls love almost all veggies but for some reason marrow is not one of their favourites, definitely not in a chopped, soggy version so I decided to make boats out of them to make them more interesting and it worked (
Spiced Marrow and Butternut Squash Soup-With Garlic Bread

Spiced Marrow and Butternut Squash Soup-With Garlic Bread

Peel and chop the marrow (leave seeds in) and peal and chop the Butternut squash, seeds scoop out. Next drop in the marrow chunks with the butternut squash, add a knob of butter to add that luxury taste, stir, and simmer until squash and marrow has collapsed
stuffed marrow

stuffed marrow

A friend gave me a marrow – well I think it was a courgette with ideas well above its station. Nora’s creations included rhubarb sherbert, scrag end of lamb casserole (and sucking out the marrow of those odd shaped bones, vertebrae I guess – and somehow that now sounds a bit Silence of the Lambsish) – and stuffed marrow
Stuffed marrow

Stuffed marrow

Nevertheless I thought I could share this stuffed marrow recipe with you, as I didn't want to leave you hanging for too long
Marrow Phat!

Marrow Phat!

I had a lovely looking selection of veggies from my Kent Veg Box this week, including some unwanted carrots- they are delicious, I just always struggle to get through the bastard things as I prefer them raw to cooked and, not being a horse, there are only so many raw carrots I can munch my way through before I turn orange- and a perfectly formed, fresh marrow
Spicy Marrow & Coconut Soup

Spicy Marrow & Coconut Soup

While we've managed to mostly keep on top of the crop, a couple of marrows snuck in under the radar. You might suggest that with all the harissa and mint, you can't actually taste much of the marrow in this soup - but I'd hazard that this is not necessarily a bad thing
Stuffed Marrow Bake

Stuffed Marrow Bake

We found a a beautiful marrow and I instantly knew what we would be having for dinner. So this beautiful marrow came home with us and just like that became part of our dinner plans…
Satisfyingly Stuffed Marrow

Satisfyingly Stuffed Marrow

My mum was amazing at making stuffed marrow. For many of us stuffed marrow holds fond childhood memories but sadly I think that today it has been forgotten and needs been returned to the dinner table
Marrow and Ginger Chutney

Marrow and Ginger Chutney

It's marrow time of year again, in the past I've made marrow and green tomato chutney. I enjoy growing marrows, they always remind me of beached whales as you find them washed up underneath the courgette leaves, finding something to do with them all is more of a problem
Marrow, Pumpkin and Ginger Jam

Marrow, Pumpkin and Ginger Jam

It's about this time of year that the question of what to do with the last of the marrows raises it's gnarled green head over the edge of the vegetable bowl
Marrow Pickle

Marrow Pickle

It is important that you slice the marrow as thinly as possible. If you look at my photo below, you’ll see that one of the marrow strips is thicker than the others
Baked Marrow with Cheese

Baked Marrow with Cheese

Baked Marrow With Cheese, Photo by PH Morton. The recipe for the baked marrow sounds delicious, ideal as a starter
Marrow

Marrow

Ten years and an appreciation of eating marrow later and this is a funny story. Sure, mom had always said that it was the marrow that made broth so good for you
SHORT RIBS BRAISED IN BEEF MARROW BONE STOCK

SHORT RIBS BRAISED IN BEEF MARROW BONE STOCK

1 bone marrow optional. Lovely simple one pot cooking, pre-heat your oven to 150 degrees, place all the ingredients into a deep casserole dish with a lid, put the short rib in last with the bone on the bottom, pop on your lid and place in the oven, cook for approx three hours, the meat will just be holding itself together on the bone, gently remove from the stock and place on your plate, remove the bone marrow and give to the dog if you have one if you don't how about a neighbours dog, put the casserole dish on the stove and bring to a simmer, take your cornflour add approx two tbsps of water and mix together, add half to the simmering stock to thicken, if you want a thicker gravy then add a little more, season to taste, pour over your short ribs and serve with gorgeous buttery mashed potatoes that soak up some of the deep beef juices, my nan would also give me a mug of the braised beef stock to drink with my dinner