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    This recipe serves 2 people. Don't add any salt as there is enough in the Parma Ham.

    Recipe #489583

    I love vegetables and pasta and i have this often. You can vary the types of veg used and sometimes i add some roasted chicken or shrimp for the carnivores in the house.

    Recipe #392504

    waistline friendly and easy to make. With crunchy salad on the side...... Yum! If you can't find Fromage Frais, then substitute it with fat free Yoghurt or fat free Soured Cream

    Recipe #497886

    Wanted to create a recipe that would higher my intake of vegetables, have lots of flavour and be good to my fussy DHs' waistline and I came up with this! Add more vegetables too if you like. I love lots of Sauce, so cut down the amount of Sauce if not to your liking. I have this without Rice but, of course, you can!! Hope you like it.

    Recipe #496761

    This is the stoganoff recipe i always make. I don't like to use canned soups or broths as they always tend to be too high in salts When you flambe foods, you must always use caution. NEVER pour the alcohol from the bottle directly into the pan on the heat source. ALWAYS put the alcohol into a jug or cup and add it to the pan this way. Always be attentive to what is above the heat source and people around you, especially children. Flambe safely!

    Recipe #392972

    A recipe given to me by friends in Tripoli, Libya. Perfect for a drinks party spread onto crackers or bruschetta and great as a BBQ appetizer with crudites. Vary the amount of chilies for heat and do not be tempted to use lower fat cream cheese as it will not work.

    Recipe #373717


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