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    Why pay for raita when it is so easy to make yourself. Cooling time is cooking time.

    Recipe #484556

    I was given this recipe from a mum at school who is Indian. She hates making curry paste all the time so she came up with this - this paste is enough for 4 meals! Freeze in bags and thaw in the fridge overnight to use OR keep in the fridge for upto 3 days. This is suitable for lamb, chicken, fish or prawns. Use 1 pound (just under 1/2 kilo) of your chosen meat per meal.

    Recipe #484559

    From an old cookbook with the cover gone its so old! Cooking time is chilling time.

    Recipe #484513

    From a Dinner Party Cookbook I was given, I haven't made this yet but really want to try it soon.

    Recipe #484514

    A pre-meal appetiser or a snack for those who like a bit of bite! Curry powder can be used in place of the chilli powder. Feel free to add more chilli if you can handle heat.

    Recipe #484515

    A new spin on an old fave!

    Recipe #484517

    A refreshing drink either suitable while eating a hot meal OR for a hot day to cool down. 1 medium fresh mango can be used instead of the canned.

    Recipe #484518

    Cut out from a magazine dated June 1999. Sounds wonderful and refreshing! Chill time is cooking time.

    Recipe #484519

    This should be illegal! So fast and you will look like a chef to your friends, I love a recipe which is this easy! From an old magazine pull out page Womans Weekly 1998. Cooking time is freezing time.

    Recipe #484520

    I love crumbed chicken, I came up with this a few years ago for something new. It was a hit and we love it!

    Recipe #484521


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