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    OK, so this is the idea: sauce Marie Rose goes Moroccan. Instead of the usual tomato ketchup (well, be honest) I dollop in some good bought harissa. It works wonderfully, and the honey makes up for the sugar you lack by giving up the ketchup. Be careful when you buy harissa though, as not only does it vary enormously in strength but also some jars that bear the name are not really harissa but some paste made red with beetroot and carrot. Check the back of the tub for ingredients. I used a gorgeously mild harissa here, a rose harissa, that I find poetically desirable. But start with a small amount of the harissa before working up to the amount I have stipulated below. I love prawns/shrimp with their shell still on; a bit of DIY at the table always seems to help the atmosphere. But if you hate mess and can't bear the sight of seeing people dropping shells all over the place and haven't got time for treatment, then simply buy peeled prawns/shrimp instead.

    Recipe #258997

    This recipe was featured on the "Nigella" show.This is a great alternative to those horrid powedered drinks. A perfect Summer drink. Nigella apparently likes hers with a little vodka.

    Recipe #131122

    I saw Nigella Lawson make this on Travel & Living. Ingredients are almost accurate as I didn't jot down anything. Looks real tempting though.

    Recipe #242453

    From "Nigella Kitchen" episode 2.

    Recipe #439132

    This yummy treat comes from Nigella's television show called "Nigella Feasts" and the episode is "Chocolate Heaven".

    Recipe #215306

    Saw Nigella discuss this on the Today Show this morning and I can't WAIT to try it out this weekend! I definitely think it will"Roq":)!!

    Recipe #266159

    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

    From Nigella Lawson's "Nigella Express" episode "On The Run"

    Recipe #319885

    2 Reviews |  By Lisa1

    I saw Nigella Lawson make this on "Nigella Express" this morning and so I made for lunch as a side with tomato soup. Great base recipe I will use again and again.

    Recipe #277218

    6 Reviews |  By Mme M

    From Nigella Lawson's book, Feast. Seriously drinkable, slightly adjusted.

    Recipe #209807

    6 Reviews |  By Mirj

    This is a recipe from Nigella Bites, posted in response to a recipe request.

    Recipe #53365

    Posted in response to a request on the message boards.

    Recipe #33322

    From Nigella Lawson's "Nigella Express" episode "On The Run"

    Recipe #319883

    From Nigella Lawson's "Nigella Express"

    Recipe #319963

    Recipe #206042

    Peas came in late this year. Not enough to freeze like I always do so instead I tried this simple, tasty treat because I love lettuce, peas, and with a bit of butter. The new scallions that I pulled up from the earth, the fresh lettuce, snipped, and the peas just make such a treat to devour and enjoy the accomplishment of these garden treats.

    Recipe #311599

    Normally, you need to make chocolate mousse a good few hours, or better still a day, before you want to eat it, so that the egg yolk sets and the whisked whites permeate everything with air bubbles. Forget that: here we have no yolks, no whites, no whisking, no waiting. Lack of raw egg, incidentally, also means that you might be happier giving the mousse to small children, though I certainly feel they should not be the only beneficiaries.

    Recipe #258995

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