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    Quick and tastefully light meal with crunchy vegetables and chicken. You may even try this dish with beef instead of chicken. Serve with fried rice or plain steamed jasmine rice.

    Recipe #222948

    These go down very well during Christmas specially with the younger lot. You could make holes and use it as an edible X'mas tree decoration..

    Recipe #215534

    Very easy, simple and tasty dish. The locals make it this way (so I think it's a Norwegian recipe!) and we loved it! Each time any of the students from the college go fishing and if they do catch a cod, they always come over and ask me to make them this dish! The cooking time doesn't include refrigeration time.

    Recipe #222442

    Very aromatic rice dish.. goes very well with any lamb or chicken stew. Edited to add: I'd missed out the oil the first time, have now added it in the directions alongwith the butter. The stock quantity is my fault. I'd overlooked it and had mistyped the quantity. I have now corrected it to 800 ml (from 600 ml)

    Recipe #217626

    This is delicious served hot or even so, on a warm day served ice-cold! with a crusty bread. Please note, fresh basil is to be added towards the end of the cooking time, whereas when using dried basil, it needs to be added alongwith the tomatoes.

    Recipe #222068

    This is a classic indian version of rice pudding aka 'rice kheer'. Serve it hot or cold..

    Recipe #215877

    This is a Mediterranean style delicious starter. You could serve it some crunchy bread croutons or with just plain, crusty bread.

    Recipe #224957

    Lamb and Rosemary - a perfect combination. And this dish never fails to please the meat-lovers! Please do not be put off by the amount of garlic.. roasting whole garlic cloves with the skin on.. it's a whole new flavour.. its got more of a sweetness to it rather than the usual pungency. Serve the garlic clove alongside the chops, squeeze the pulp out of the skin and spread over the meat...

    Recipe #218069

    A beautiful thick soup which I usually serve for lunch with a crisp salad and crusty bread. Added in after couple of reviewers have stated that the beans took a bit longer to cook for them, I have now mentioned in the instructions to cook longer, if necessary, till tender. Having said that, I have always cooked mine for an hour without any problem!

    Recipe #222387

    This creamy dish is really easy and quite informal in a way yet made with luxury seafood and cheesy potato rosti topping instead of the regular mashed potato topping, it can be special enough for a smart dinner with family and close friends.

    Recipe #216047

    This is a delicious recipe found in many variations throughout the Middle East, specially Jordan, Syria and Lebanon. This dish is seved hot as a main course with rice, salad and pita bread. Please note, this is the vegetarian version, you may use minced meat in place of tomatoes and onions for the stuffing to make it a meat dish and you may add a layer of lamb bones (on top of the tomatoes and then layer the marrows on top of the bones) to flavour the stock but discard them before serving. Edited May 14, 07: I never had a problem with the liquid boiling over. To avoid such a mishap, as had mentioned in the directions, kindly use a large pot or casserole.

    Recipe #224937

    Don't be put off by the ingredients - honey and vanilla - with chicken! Surprisingly, they complement each other very well. A perfect sunday roast.

    Recipe #216950

    This is a fabulous Madhur Jaffrey recipe...

    Recipe #215545

    Very cool and refreshing. Perfect summer dessert. You may use zest of 1 lime instead of lime leaves.

    Recipe #217128


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