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    Famous Chefs - Nigella Lawson recipes

    A collection of recipes by Nigella Lawson. Please let me know you if you find any recipes which should be added to this cookbook, thanks!
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    from todays ny times, this recipe is from nigella. this can be marinated up to 2 days in advance.

    Recipe #116932

    This has nothing to do with the British cooking queen, Nigella Lawson, but with the spice seed, nigella (sometimes called black cumin, but unrelated to cumin). This spice, to be found in middle-Eastern and Indian markets, has been traditionally used for both culinary and medicinal purposes; current studies suggest it may serve as an immune-system booster and is effective in treating asthma and whooping cough (information courtesy of The Herb Companion website, I make NO medical claims!!). I've tried it, I like it (with the dash of vanilla), so I'm posting it here.

    Recipe #116593

    8 Reviews |  By flower7

    We had these yummy potatoes for Easter after hearing the recipe on the radio. It comes from Nigella's book "Feast: Food to Celebrate Life". We were all afraid they would be overpowering because the whole house smelled like garlic, but they were wonderful - crispy and brown with a lovely roasted garlic flavor!

    Recipe #114945

    This is a Nigella Lawson recipe from her summer collection. However, I had to share it with you. It is really a wonderfully tasty dish especially for those hot summer days. Here is Australia this recipe is a regular on our Christmas Day menu. The colours in the dish are stunning. Preparation time includes peeling the green (raw) prawns/shrimp and the cooling time for the prawns and the cooked black rice.

    Recipe #112916

    This very unusual salad is very pretty and unique. This may not be for everyone's taste buds, but is a pleasant change from the norm. I saw this prepared on the tv program "Nigella Bites." It would go well with Meditteranean or Middle Eastern style dishes and is a nice compliment to grilled chicken or fish. Be sure to only use fresh ingredients. I don't serve this as a side salad on its own, but rather, as a bed for salmon or other fish.

    Recipe #22070

    4 Reviews |  By daisy M

    This is a Nigella Lawson recipe from 'Feasts'. It is slightly sweet and has a tender crumb. The wheatgerm makes it, sort of healthy.

    Recipe #112459

    This is my most adored cook, Nigella Lawsons' recipe, and its really great. The flavour of vodka is subtle, yet it takes the sauce to another level, this must be tried, and it feeds an army of hungry friends!! Can also be halved easily.

    Recipe #110197

    I got this recipe from Nigella Bites- the show. Loved it from the very first time I made it. The good thing about this recipe is that it also has a vegetarian version so no one misses out on the taste.

    Recipe #108578

    This delicious recipe is from Nigella Lawson's newest cookbook, "Feast". Delicous combination and easily doubled.

    Recipe #108986

    7 Reviews |  By barb63

    I got this one from Nigella. It is SO easy and very tasty. Nigella recommends serving it in lettuce wraps, but I have used it in tortillas and even as the filling for spring rolls which were to die for! Enjoy.

    Recipe #102495

    1 Reviews |  By chia

    from nigella, courtesy of the NY Times.

    Recipe #101455

    I found this in Nigella Lawson's "Nigella Bites" cookbook last night when I was searching for an easy but oh so good dessert...I love toffee pudding dessert things and this looked good...I also had all the ingredients for it. This is easy and can be thrown together when you're making other dishes and then cook while you're eating dinner...enjoy--

    Recipe #97065

    2 Reviews |  By Bri22

    this is another recipe from nigella's show sorry that i dont have exact ingredients or times....thats just what she says. it will come out great as long as it's cooked all the way. prep time includes the marinating for 24 hours

    Recipe #76050

    Another Nigella recipe that I got off and have yet to try. Again, I omitted the oil called for in the recipe. (If you have no prob using oil, she calls for 1/4 cup peanut oil to be heated in the saute pan with the cinnamon stick)

    Recipe #59448

    I love Baklava and this is a delightful treat that brings the same flavors through. from How To Be a Domestic Goddess by Nigella Lawson.

    Recipe #22080

    I go this from "How To Be A Domestic Goddess" by Nigella Lawson. This is really great toffee, I might even try making this with golden syrup next time.

    Recipe #22092

    This comes from Nigella Lawson's book Nigella Bites and was posted in response to a request on the noticeboard. I've never made it, but her recipes rarely fail!

    Recipe #23899

    A Nigella Lawson recipe that's so easy to make that kids love to do it. You can either eat these as they are, which I mostly do or chop them up and stir into slightly softened vanilla or chocolate ice cream. Add on the time to cool as this depends on the envionment but doesn't take very long at all.

    Recipe #38903

    A Nigella Lawson recipe that always has people asking for more - even people who don't normally eat chocolate cakes. Very morish. Use the best jam you can afford. If you use a relatively cheap jam, it'll probably be sweeter so use less sugar. You could also try adding a splash of kirsch to the batter and icing if you so desire. Very easy to make too.

    Recipe #38920

    Nigella Lawson's version of a London style cheesecake -- rich, dense and unbelievably delicious. The water bath keeps it creamy.

    Recipe #48625

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