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    I made my own marzipan for my Christmas cake this year and will never ever go back to the stuff they sell in the shops. It was so easy to make and the orange zest gave it a lovely flavour. The recipe is from the November issue of the Good Food magazine.

    Recipe #274062

    I made this for Christmas this year and was amazed and how easy and delicious it was! It tastes just like Baileys and you have the satisfaction of knowing that you've made it yourself. I found it a bit too potent so added a little extra cream. The recipe is from the November issue of Good Food.

    Recipe #273929

    This is from the December 2006 edition of Sainsbury's magazine. It is outstanding! The recipe is for 12 servings but I adjusted it to 150g couscous to 250ml of boiling water for two very generous servings. I also used flaked almonds instead of whole blanched almonds. DH said it's the best couscous he's ever had :)

    Recipe #220706

    I made this cake by Delia Smith a couple of days ago and it is absolutely fabulous. I am not the world's most experienced baker but it was moist and had the perfect texture. I was quite proud of myself!! I prefer my carrot cakes without topping so I haven't tried it. Oh, and don't leave out the syrup glaze. I almost decided not to bother with it but I am so glad I added it. It gives the cake a lovely citrussy tang. Yum!

    Recipe #182749

    These delicious prawns are from the Australian Women's Weekly. They are quick and have all the fresh flavours that I love in Thai food. I mix the drizzle ingredients together and pour them into the wok at the end but feel free to interpret the recipe as you choose.

    Recipe #157809

    My kids LOVE this and have it once a week. I serve it in wraps or in lettuce leaves.

    Recipe #144522

    This is from The Onion Cookbook by Brian Glover. It is a perfect starter because it looks beautiful and has a delicate taste.

    Recipe #123707

    I made this last night and it went down a treat! The parsnips were a great addition, as well as giving an extra vegetable to your kiddies instead of just potatoes. My daughters cleaned their plates and have asked for it again tonight. I made the mince mixture in advance which cut down cooking time in the evening. You can make it even more nutritious by adding some more diced vegetables. From Delicious magazine

    Recipe #113087

    This is from the March 2005 edition of Olive. I'm making it for my husband tonight. It sounds soooo scrummy!! Cooking time is chilling time.

    Recipe #111260

    This is a lovely recipe from Ainsley Harriot. It's very quick and has a great fresh flavour. With just 15 mins preparation, this is my kind of cooking! I don't like rosemary so I just leave it out or use fresh coriander instead.

    Recipe #111037

    This recipe is from Ainsley Harriot's Gourmet Express. It the only one I use to make fish cakes for the family. It's very very easy and a favourite with my kids - the perfect combination for me!

    Recipe #110868

    This is a delicious, filling salad from the book Taste by Sybil Kapoor. It's supposed to feed 4 as a light lunch but DH and I have had this between us for dinner. Try it - you will love it! BTW, the preparation time is a guesstimate. I can't remember how long it has taken me in the past.

    Recipe #108699

    This is a fabulous recipe which is very quick to put together and even quicker to eat! It's been in the recipe folder on my computer for a while so I can't remember where it originally came from. I have actually added a few salad leaves in the past so feel free to play around with it.

    Recipe #106188

    I think this is from an old cookery set that my mother used to collect in the 70's called Supercook. It's a delicious way to have eggs! I tend to add more seasoning but I've written the quantities as originally stated. My kids love this.

    Recipe #105162

    This recipe has been given to me by my mother who has empty plates when she makes it for us! Champ is just mashed potato made with onion flavoured milk. It is truly delicious and part of it can be prepared ahead which makes it a good dinner party choice. Preparation time includes the 15 minutes needed for infusing. Its from Good Housekeeping about five or six years ago. Try it. You won't be disappointed!

    Recipe #105161

    This is a fabulous recipe that my girls love to help me make (and eat!!). A word of warning though - they are rather moreish! The timings are approximations as I have no idea how long they take us to make. This recipe is from Ursula Ferrigno's Risotto.

    Recipe #104741

    This is my favourite chutney when I have Indian food. It is really yummy and is served at every wedding in Kashmir. I like it spicy but feel free to adjust the chillies according to your taste. Preparation time includes time to hang curd.

    Recipe #104280

    This chutney is very spicy - not sugary as most western chutneys. Kashmiri chilli powder is much milder than regular chilli powder so adjust that if you don't have it. Try and use a red onion if you don't have shallots.

    Recipe #104103

    This recipe is great if you're watching your weight because the chops cook in their own fat - no ghee, oil or butter. My sister says you can even cook these in a slow cooker. They are really easy and taste delicious! Cooking time will depend on how thick your chops are.

    Recipe #103809

    This is in the latest issue of the Good Food magazine. I gave it to my girls with their dinner today and they just couldn't get enough! They both asked for more. I didn't have chestnuts but it works just as well without. It's actually a great recipe for Christmas.

    Recipe #103496

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