Posted per a request for sardine recipes from Troy. This comes from a much loved cookbook, Indian Cooking. Russell loves these-I'm not so fond of tiny fish with lots of bones! Prep time doesn't include marinating time.
This is posted in reply to Troy's request for more sardine recipes. I have eaten this in Japan, but never actually cooked it. It comes from a much loved cookbook whose simple recipes have never failed me though.
This came from a need for a fruity side-dish for our curry night tonight and to use a pineapple half in the fridge. I couldn't find anything I quite liked to go with curry, so this is what I made up. I think it tastes good, and would be nice with grilled chicken or pork too.
I found the original idea for this on the internet, but when I went to cook it, discovered I had forgotten the leeks it needed. This was what I came up with, and I think the texture of the onions would be better than the leeks in the original. I'm also going to try this with whole berry cranberry jelly too.
This was born of leftover filling from Spinners beautiful Spicy Roast Chicken recipe #54387 that we ate last night. Not liking to waste the yummy filling, this is what I came up with. We ate it as an appetiser tonight, but it would be good as part of an Asian style banquet.