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    This is a fantasticly low fat recipe. It is a lovely way to have takeaway at home, and is incredibly easy to make. You can involve children in crushing the rice crackers, they seem to really enjoy that step.

    Recipe #95983

    This is a really simple dish. It can be a light supper with a salad or a breakfast dish. It is so yummy but not exactly for the diet conscious.

    Recipe #95809

    The salsa verde is the real star of this dish. It complements the sweetness of the beans and adds dimension to the taste of the chicken. It is a fantastic low carb main dish, but if you were so inclined you could serve it with some crusty bread. The anchovies are optional, but I promise you will regret it if you leave them out. Even people who say they don't like them can't taste them in this dish. It should be noted that this recipe makes more salsa verde than is needed for the salad. I always make more because it is so delicious. Posted by request.

    Recipe #95730

    This is a lovely lamb dish. It is so tasty and simple, the mash really complements the flavours of the lamb. I prefer my lamb quite pink, but feel free to cook it to your own liking. My only concern would be that the glaze might caramalise a bit too much.

    Recipe #94432

    I adapted this from a magazine. It is a really nice vegetarian main and has a lovely combination of flavours

    Recipe #94241

    This was a quick pull together meal. We really enjoyed it, and it was so easy for the two of us.

    Recipe #93310

    This is a very simple sauce that goes well with my recipes for Koftas #87306

    Recipe #93230

    This is my creation but as usual with pizza's anything goes. I am posting it because I really liked the combo of flavours. Prep time does not include the making of the dough. It is really easy and quick if you buy the prepared bases.

    Recipe #92889

    This is a variation on a recipe my mum used to make when I was growing up. It is so comforting and relatively easy to put together. I serve it with mashed potatoes and green peas and beans. She used to serve it with tinned mushrooms in a butter sauce heated up slowly. I however think it would be better with a creamy fresh mushroom sauce. I cannot post the recipe as yet, because it is still a work in progress. This recipe is quite forgiving, you could use chicken breasts or even pork steaks if you preferred, but you would have to change the cooking time appropriately.

    Recipe #92487

    I made this up tonight based on what I had on hand, however Merlot's recipe Green Beans with Cherry Tomatoes #30951 inspired this recipe, so I am giving her due credit.

    Recipe #92300

    I made this tonight, and it is perfect autumn fare. I am wondering if any of you can convince your kiddies to eat them on Halloween, as it seems like you could adapt it for that. Perhaps you could pretend that the beans were rats kidneys or something equally disgusting. You could easily use chickpeas or any other white beans if you wanted. This is based on a recipe I found in Super Food Ideas, an Australian publication.

    Recipe #91813

    This is a great winter dish. I find that it is very rich but feels nourishing, and of course means you can drink the rest of the bottle. If by chance, you cannot get button mushrooms or they are too expensive, simply substitute big field mushrooms but quarter them, so they are about the same size as buttons.

    Recipe #90464

    This is a nice light red meat recipe. It is very low fat, I would recommend using lean cuts of beef in smallish serving sizes. It is incredibly quick once you have marinaded the steak, and the cucumber salsa can be prepared up to a day before. This makes quite a bit of salsa, we eat it on the side as well. Marinade time is not included in the time to make. As you can see in the picture, Bethany has elected to make this more family friendly by using flank steak. This is a nice variation on my more steak style version which would be easier if you were serving only a few people.

    Recipe #90119

    I have been making these for a while now. They are very simple to pull together and I can imagine if you made them smaller they would be nice appetizers on toothpicks. Serve with a yoghurty, garlicy, herby dipping sauce like #93230

    Recipe #87306

    This sounds like it would be good on crusty bread. I haven't made it yet, but it sounds fab and is definitely in my must try list.

    Recipe #87156

    Posted by request. I haven't made it yet.

    Recipe #87155

    This is a really tasty, fresh dish. It would be great on the BBQ but you can use it for a little bit of summer inside too.. If you use the cutlets, they would make a nice appetizer.

    Recipe #86352

    This is a winter favourite. It can be a light dinner, or part of the appetizers for a dinner. A cobb loaf is a round loaf of bread. Use the bread bits and encourage guests to break off bits of the cobb and use it to dip.

    Recipe #86065

    I have only used this once, but am very happy with the result. I would often use V05 hot oil tubes but this is much cheaper. I used eucalyptus as the essential oil, but I think lavender would be good too.

    Recipe #86064

    I learned how to make these when I was a little girl. After looking at other more complex recipes, involving eggs and cream, I thought there might be space for mine. All you need is self- rising flour, butter and milk, and Hey Presto! You have afternoon tea or a snack.

    Recipe #86042

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