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spatchcocked-quail RECIPE INDEX

Recipe Index

Appetizers ¦ Breads & Baking ¦ Breakfast ¦ Dinner ¦ Drinks ¦ Holiday & Special Occasion ¦ Pasta ¦ Savoury Pies & Rolls ¦ Side Dishes ¦ Soups & Stocks ¦ Sweets ¦

Cheese ¦ Eggs ¦ Beef ¦ Game ¦ Lamb ¦ Poultry ¦ Pork ¦ Fish & Seafood ¦ Grains ¦ Nuts ¦ Fruit ¦ Vegetables

Outlander ¦ Dragonfly in Amber ¦ Voyager ¦ Drums of Autumn ¦ The Fiery Cross ¦ A Breath of Snow and Ashes ¦ An Echo in the Bone ¦ Written in My Own Heart’s Blood ¦ Lord John Books ¦ Beyond the Books & Character-Inspired Recipes ¦ Outlander on STARZ

Vegetarian ¦ Gluten Free ¦ Low Carb ¦ Slow Cooker/Crock Pot ¦ Animal Treats

Animal Treats
Appetizers

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Beyond the Books & Character-Inspired Recipes
Breads & Baking
Breakfast
A Breath of Snow and Ashes
Cheese
Dinner
Dragonfly in Amber
Drinks
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Drums of Autumn
An Echo in the Bone
Eggs
The Fiery Cross
Fish & Seafood
Game
Gluten Free
Grains
Holiday & Special Occasion
Lamb
Lord John Books
Low Carb
Nuts
Outlander
Outlander on STARZ
Pasta
Pork
Poultry
Savoury Pies & Rolls
Side Dishes
Slow Cooker/Crock Pot
Soups, Stews & Stocks
Sweets
Vegetables
Vegetarian
Voyager
Written in My Own Heart’s Blood

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49 Comments

  1. ruaTimeTraveler2

    This is great!…very handy and easy to use……as always enjoyable…delightful and most of all FUN!

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    • Theresa

      Thanks, you time traveling maverick! ;)

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  2. MacZac

    I love it!! I can find any recipe I’m looking for by book, by meat (or lack thereof), by meal or by dietary restriction (gluten free, etc). This is verra convenient!! THANKS!

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    • Theresa

      Anything for you, my favourite online partner in crime!

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  3. Mary

    Wow; I’m verra impressed. Didn’t realize that there were so many! You’re great!

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    • Theresa

      Thanks, Mary! Now the more “linear” among us will have an easier time browsing…

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  4. Lior Aronoff

    i absolutely LOVE that there is even a gluten free section! you think of everything!

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  5. Iseabail Wright

    Thank you so much for doing this! Makes it so easy to find everything. I had know idea there were so many! I hadn’t seen that recipe for the potatoes (Hasselback). I wasn’t able to open that page. What a wonderful resource, and so much Fun!

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    • Theresa

      I’m glad you like it! I will fix that problem link momentarily…

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  6. Iseabail Wright

    That should be “no” idea…geeez…
    It’s really cool! Thanks

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    • Theresa

      My pleasure, Iseabail! LOL

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  7. deniz

    Love it! I love lists :-)

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  8. Cornish cousin

    Theresa,

    Nice format for the index! It will be verra helpful!

    Cornish cousin Leslie

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    • Theresa

      I like a lass who can appreciate a good index! LOL

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  9. Ada

    I love this index! It’s so much easier now.

    Now it’s time for a book! :-) With all those nice recipes AND photos you have it would be a great book… I would be the first to buy it!

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  10. Konnie

    Great site!

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  11. Lisa (Book Blab)

    So? Are you going to publish all of the yummy things into a book? I’d buy it too!

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  12. Allie

    Love the index (I can’t believe it’s taken me this long to find it…)

    A few notes: my favorite recipes are hard to find! The hazelnut torte link takes me to the recipe for oatcakes, and the rolls with pigeon and truffles link seems to be broken.

    Thanks for all your hard work! Your recipes are so verra creative. ;)

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    • Theresa

      thanks for the links, Allie! I’ll fix those links asap. oops. :)

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  13. Sale Angry Birds Fuzzy Feather Flingers

    Hello, I read your blogs regularly. Your writing style is witty, keep up the good work!

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  14. Jennifer Carlew

    My favorite is the Salted Butterscotch Shortbread from DOA!! I am in LOVE with shortbread but the butterscotch just makes it that much more delicious. Thank you so much for all your baking and hard work. I love going through all the recipes though.

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  15. Cheryl K Turner

    I enjoy Fiona’s cinnamon scones for
    Christmas. Not only are they delicious, your Christmas morning story is so similar to mine I was transported back to my childhood immediately.

    I loved learning about the Spurtle & would treasure it.

    Your recipes are wonderful & a cookbook after the series start is a great idea. Here’s to the #Outlander Magic. Cheryl

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  16. Anita Chase

    The Mollasses Toffees sound delicious and would make a great addition to a Christmas goody basket.

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  17. Laura Artz

    I was l00king for an authentic recipe for cock a leeky soup. Remember when the tenets first ate potatoes ? Claire made this soup to go with baked potatoes.

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    • Theresa

      That is what I call a “cookbook only” recipe, Laura…I have one, but am waiting to publish it in an OK cookbook, should that ever come to pass. In the meantime, try a google search. Note that prunes are an authentic ingredient, although it sounds a bit weird to some.

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  18. #WorldOutlanderDay | Sassenachs for Outlander

    […] Outlandish meal is obligatory, isn’t it? Take a look on Outlander Kitchen’s website and choose one. There are […]

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  19. Jane Thompson

    Greetings ~
    It appears that the cookbook can be ordered at the Tastebook website but I can’t figure it out. I would love to purchase several copies if possible.
    Thank you!!!

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    • Theresa

      Jane,

      I’m sorry you’re having trouble! To purchase your own copy, visit http://www.tastebook.com/recipe_books/1110026-a-taste-of-outlander,” and click on “make this my personal cookbook” on the right, near the top of the page. That will take you to a login page, where you create a Tastebook account. From there, it’s a matter of following the site’s instructions.

      If you have trouble, please contact Tastebook for assistance. I’m not able to help with the order process, I’m afraid.

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  20. Joanna

    Question on your blackberry jam. I was think of using it in my daughter’s cake as a filling. Should I follow the recipe or change something?

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    • Theresa

      That sounds lovely, Joanna! No need to do anything different, follow the recipe as is.

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      • Joanna

        Thanks :)

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  21. Thoracias

    I love your recipes and since the launch of the Starz channel’s Outlander, we have planned to try a couple of new ones each week. We did 3 recipes for the premiere night and all 3 were a success! (Lord John’s Steak & Mushroom Pie, Cheese Savouries, and Cafe Latte Meringue Kisses)
    That being said, we are anxious to try some other recipes listed here but some links are not working. The Candied Turnips and Hasselback Potatoes links do not work and the link for Ian’s Buttered Leeks leads to Jamies Rusty Nail page. Would love to try those recipes if you have a moment to get them fixed up! THANK YOU AGAIN!

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    • Theresa

      Good to know! I’ll have a look at those after my morning coffee! ;)

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    • Theresa

      Fixed Ian’s Buttered Leeks — the Hasselback Potatoes and Candied Turnip recipes are not linked, Thoracias…they’re more descriptions of the methods used than actual recipes. I suggest copying and pasting the text to a Word document if you want to print them out. :)

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      • Thoracias

        When I click the type, instead of getting a description at all I get a weird Windstream page that says this link is broken. (Windstream is our local ISP.) I’ve tried several times and it’s only on those two recipes so far. Figures, the ones I want to try the most!! Thank you for looking into it though. Our dinner last week was such a hit, I came here today to plan next Saturday’s meal. We’re thinking Gypsy Stew this time. :)

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        • Theresa

          I suggest maybe copying and pasting the text of the recipes into Word, then printing from there. As I explained above, those recipes aren’t linked to a printable version.

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          • Thoracias

            OK I don’t know what I’m doing wrong but I literally can’t FIND the recipe text that you are referring to. I am looking at the Recipe Index page. I scroll down to Beyond the Books & Character-Inspired Recipes and then click Candied Turnip. There is nothing there. I understand you saying it’s not linked but where exactly then is the text you refer to? All I have is a list of the names of dishes. The same with the Hasselback Potatoes.
            And I tried Ian’s Buttered Leeks again tonight and it still takes me to Jamie’s Rusty Nail page.

          • Theresa

            I’m sorry! We’ve had a misunderstanding. I won’t bother telling you what I thought…let’s just say I misinterpreted what you were saying. SO — I have now fixed (I hope) all of the broken Turnip and Potato links. Just in case I missed one, here’s the post where you’ll find both recipes: http://outlanderkitchen.com/2012/01/25/anything-but-haggis-for-robbie-burns-day/

            I must have missed one of Ian’s Buttered Leeks links when I corrected the rest. Can you tell me what heading the problem link is under? Again, just in case, here’s the link to the post: http://outlanderkitchen.com/2014/05/05/ians-buttered-leeks/

            I think that sorts it all out…thanks for your patience! :)

  22. Zara

    Thanks to your website I finally know what clotted cream is! I grew up in Bosnia and we make “povlaka” which is the most delicious, fatty creamy amaznigness. It’s made with unpasteurized milk (usually still has the tang of the cow) that is boiled then wrapped in old sweaters and vests (it worked so we did it) and set out for a day or so somewhere dark. When its done you scoop up the top amazingness which I am guessing is clotted cream in English and the bottom is “kiselo mlijeko” sour milk which is also pretty delicious. So thank you! I can’t wait to get my own kitchen and start making all this!

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  23. Laura

    I am trying to come up with a menu for watching election results from the Scotland Vote for Independence (kind of a modern day rising???) next Thursday 9/18. I have to work that day so it has to be simple or make ahead. I was thinking of Brianna’s Bridies, but I am stumped for side dishes. Any suggestions? Thanks!

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    • Theresa

      Have you checked the recipe index, Laura? There’s a side dish category that may give you some ideas. http://outlanderkitchen.com/recipe-index/

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      • Laura

        After reading through the Bridie recipe for the 2nd time, I saw your comment about serving the bridies with a Salad, which would be to Claire’s liking and I decided on that as my side dish. I doubt that I will be searching the woods for edible greens as Claire most likely would, but I think I may add strawberries to the greens in honor of Jamie and the Fraser name. And dessert will be the newly posted Scotch Tablet. Thank you for all the great ideas on this website!

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  24. Libertywmn214

    Love this! So glad I found it!! I bookmarked it! :D
    Do you know if there is an Outlander Series cookbook that is available in print with all of these recipes?
    Thank you so much!

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  25. Linda

    Thresea, what is Black Pudding (Episode 5 – Rent). When Ned Gowan approached Claire at the water and offered her a dish with 2 round black things he called Black Pudding “an acquired taste”.

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    • Theresa

      It’s sausage made from blood. Sounds gross, but it’s actually delicious.

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  26. Karla R

    I would LOVE to see a recipe for Gingerbread with Creamed Crud (Fiery Cross CH 80)

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    • Theresa

      Karla, I just sent you an email.

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