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    A nice variation on a very common (here in Australia at least) soup.

    Recipe #20094

    My sister's recipe. I can literally eat the whole lot before it gets to the table!

    Recipe #22228

    We eat this a lot, sometimes using beef or chicken, and find this an easy dish when we want a quick curry fix. You can add a couple of peeled, diced pootatoes and about 2 cups of water for the final 30 minutes of cooking.

    Recipe #22275

    My old trade-school recipe, and always my favourite! I found it today during a major clean of the house.

    Recipe #43024

    A nice refreshing chutney that we like to serve with Indian style meals.

    Recipe #28774

    A quick, tasty variation on your normal, boring old broccoli. I just love the dressing.

    Recipe #25065

    One of my favourite conbinations-meat and fruit. You can use dates instead of prunes, and pears instead of quinces.

    Recipe #22289

    I make lots of variations on this. Sometimes I add tomatoes or sun-dried tomatoes,croutons, cucumber, red onions, pine nuts, olives-whatever is on hand and needs using. Prep time includes 30 minutes marinating.

    Recipe #70236

    I've used this salt and pepper mix on fish, calamari and even chicken. It's yummy.

    Recipe #53169

    This is submitted for Ready, Set Cok #3.

    Recipe #52120

    Recipe #52116

    This is very similar to one Tomoko and I ate in a local Thai restaurant recently. It was so good.

    Recipe #74641

    Good food for summer. We are having this for dinner tonight. Prep time doesn't include cooking the chicken.

    Recipe #74679

    Tomoko and I made this for our dinner tonight. We adapted it from another recipe I have just posted. Prep time doesn't include cooking and cooling the chicken (I poached mine).

    Recipe #74711

    Posted for my friend Daydream in answer to her request for appetisers for our hot Aussie Christmas!

    Recipe #78698

    From the New Zealand magazine Cuisine. I haven't made this, but plan to.

    Recipe #111068

    Froma cook book "Marie Claire" I've been loaned. I haven't made these yet.

    Recipe #99791

    I got this from a magazine, but have changed it a little to suit us. It might sound like a strange combination-but it works.

    Recipe #86141

    I was given buharat spice mix for Christmas. Now I'm searching for ways to use it. I haven't made this, but I will. I'm a bit dubious of the long cooking time for the shrimp, and the amount of liquid for the rice, but I'll let you know. I also posted a recipe for the spice mix, similar to the one I was given.

    Recipe #81058

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