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    Nigella Lawson

    A Collection of recipes from one of my favorite TV chefs.
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    15 Reviews |  By Noo

    This recipe comes courtesy of the domestic goddess herself Nigella Lawson. A beautifully flavoured flat omelet that can be eaten any time of day as a snack or light meal. We especially like it in crusty rolls/French stick as a hot sandwich, but would be great rolled up in a chapatti or just eaten flat on a plate.

    Recipe #350836

    This is a simple and very yummy recipe courtesy of Nigella Lawson. Not only is it easy to make, you can actually make it up to two days ahead of time (although it will keep for up to four days in the fridge..just make sure the cling film covering does not touch the surface). It can also be frozen for up to 1 month (wrap it in the tin in a double layer of cling film and a layer of tin foil).. I'm no dessert lover (although I love to make them!) and I always have a slice of this!! NB-All ingredients must be at room temperature before starting!!

    Recipe #443691

    Lipatuer is a tangy, creamy cheese spread that is common throughout Austria, Hungary, and Bavaria. It is delicious with crackers, raw vegetables, and even better with sour pumpernickel bread. Cooking time is chilling time.

    Recipe #454685

    2 Reviews |  By Topher

    A recipe adapted from Nigella Lawson

    Recipe #218778

    this soup is awesome, its in kiddies section of nigella feast, starchy sweetly comforting and give you a big hug. It makes you feel better when your ill and can be made into other things with leftovers, the only change I have made from nigellas recipe is to use veg stock. Now this soup my way is vegan and very good for you however it can be transformed into naughty meaty very easily. EG: add chopped extra crispy bacon on top or stirred in = gorgous and filling tea. Leave it thick add some rosemary and serve as a side to roast lamb. My husband put bacon on his tonight. the leftovers will tommorow provide a base for a chicken stew for the husband, add some wine/ lemon juice chicken etc. ill post recipe for that tommorow after ive made it. its all about being economical at the mo with credit crunch. i should know im a debt counsellor for a national charity- did i mention this recipe is actually very cheap? oh yeah i dont add parsley cos my husband doesnt like it oh and i season mine with plenty of pepper

    Recipe #403424

    3 Reviews |  By Glutton

    This is my fave Nigella recipe - it's as beautiful as she is....

    Recipe #222687

    I adapted this from Nigella's de lux mac and cheese from her Christmas book. Her recipe makes a lot. I have cut this down a little and messed with the evaporated milk quantities- she calls for 3 x 170g mini tins of evaporated milk. Well in my part of the world we can get evaporated milk in 410g cans, so rather than put a part can of evaporated milk back in fridge I plonked it all in and reduced down semi skimmed milk. Evaporated milk sounds gross, but it really makes the creaminess of the recipe. Everyone loves this recipe especially at Christmas with baked ham. I also added broccoli, but you can add whatever veg/ham etc you like.

    Recipe #403924

    1 Reviews |  By Mercy

    Paraphrased from Nigella Lawson's book "Feast". She is such a delight to read! I have a pot simmering on the stove right now and I just had to share. She suggests serving this soup on New Year's Day, so I'm running a little late.

    Recipe #278680

    Slime Soup Recipe courtesy Nigella Lawson. Show: Nigella Feasts. Episode: Fun Food

    Recipe #216947

    From Nigella Lawson's "Nigella Express"

    Recipe #319963

    4 Reviews |  By nomnom

    Came across this recipe on in an article written by the Kitchen Goddess herself: Nigella Lawson. Haven't tried it yet, but I thought I'd share this. I'm drooling over the thought of it! :) I did omit the ghee to make it healthier.

    Recipe #59446

    A Nigella Lawson recipe printed in the December 2001 issue of Good Food magazine. I'll be making this for Easter Sunday lunch. It takes 24 hours to cook, but that's almost entirely passive cooking time, so this is really a simple recipe!

    Recipe #160915

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

    Recipe #319885

    I got this from a Nigella cookbook. The general method for preparing the chickpeas is fantastic. They come out so creamy and delicious. The seasoning for this is wonderful. Feel free to change it up with different seasonings. I use one standard Goya bag of dried chickpeas for this. ETA - the original recipe says to cook the chickpeas for 1 1/2 hours. For me, with the fresh chickpeas I get in a store with very high turnover I aonly cook them for 25 minutes to 1/2 hour. Please take this into consideration when making this.

    Recipe #256043

    Wonderful recipe from 'Nigella Bites'. You can prepare the cake base in advance and let it rise in the refridgerator overnight, so that you can bake it in the morning for a delicious breakfast treat.

    Recipe #303276

    2 Reviews |  By Kylie24

    This is a recipe from How to Eat by Nigella Lawson.

    Recipe #45122

    From Nigella Lawson's "Nigella Express" episode "On The Run". Makes a great hostess gift.

    Recipe #319970

    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

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