WHAT TO EAT IN NEWCASTLE? | #TRAVELODGEFOODIES



One always knows that the way to someone's heart is through good food. Lately I have taken my hand to none other than wholesome cooking (Shocker, for some people, I know). But I have begun to branch out and try new things. So, when Travelodge challenged me to making a traditional local cuisine based around the North-East of England, in particular, Newcastle. So, what better than to pick a Geordie favourite, Pan Haggerty. Never heard of it before? Well, you will definitely want to know about it after this....






Pictured above all the ingredients needed to make the one-pan wonder, each key in taste and texture for the traditional recipe. 

- VEGETABLE OIL
- 250g STREAKY BACON
- 150g CHEDDAR CHEESE
- 2 ONIONS
- 6 POTATOES
- 5 CARROTS
- 500ML CHICKEN STOCK
- CRUSTY BREAD TO SERVE
- SALT AND GROUND BLACK PEPPER


Firstly I put the streaky bacon on a frying pan with the oil already in there, and let it cook, turning it over every now and again, making sure it's crispy and almost a golden brown colour. 


Next, you want to grab those 5 carrots, peel and then slice them into rounds....



Once the bacon has done cooking, place it on a plate or some kitchen roll.....


Then, peel the potatoes and also slice these into thin rounds....




Do the same with the 2 onions....


Begin placing the key ingrediants into the a deep-based pan. First, start with the potato slice....


Onions....


Carrots....


Add the bacon once again and then season with salt and black ground pepper....




Then begin the layering process once again!




Pour in the 500ml of Chicken stock, and bring it to the boil. Then, put the lid on and leave it to simmer for 15-25 minutes....


Add the grated cheese and grill in the oven for 3-4 minutes, until the top is golden brown as pictured below....




Ta-dah!



Now, just add the crusty bread! I chose a load of tiger bread....



The finished meal....





Of course, it wouldn't be complete without a cold Newcastle brown ale drink to go with it!





What do you think to this Pan Haggerty North-East meal?
Would you taste it? Tempted to take a visit up to Newcastle?

As always, let me know!
Lots of love,

Hannah xoxo


* This post was sponsored by Travelodge
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3 comments

  1. I will have to try that! Except the carrots. They wouldn't be my cup of tea! I moved over to Newcastle for the summer, I'm going to try this before I leave :)

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  2. This looks so yummy and different to anything I've ever eaten! Definitely need to try it!
    Rachel Coco

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  3. The food looks absolutely amazing and effortless x

    www.esttrill.co.uk

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