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How to Make a Traditionally British Seaside Knickerbocker Glory

TV celebrity chefs and other famous cooks have provided recipes for various upmarket versions of this old favourite, originally imported from New York,  with which to amaze and delight guests at dinner parties but the old traditional British seaside treat has a recipe which goes something like the one  given below. Try it one day and you evoke the smells and tastes of 1960s swinging Britain when the Beatles were oh, so fab, and Thunderbirds were Go! As well as FAB!


Oh you’ll  need a tall sundae glass and a long-handled spoon.


Ingredients:

    Some made up raspberry jelly    Some vanilla ice cream    Some raspberry sauce    A tin of fruit salad    Some whipped cream    Some hundreds and thousands    A couple of glace cherries

Method:

    Put a layer of jelly in the bottom of a tall sundae glass    Add a layer of drained fruit salad    Add a layer of ice cream    Add another layer of jelly    Another layer of fruit salad    Another layer of ice cream    Top with the whipped cream, add a squirt of raspberry sauce, sprinkle with hundreds and thousands and top with the halved glace cherries.

The Glorious British Knickerbocker Glory Ice Cream Sundae - Elaine M. Findlay The Glorious British Knickerbocker Glory Ice Cream Sundae – Elaine M. Findlay

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