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    This is a beautiful creamy side dish that goes well with chicken or pork and one that took me no time at all to put together!!! Try it, make any adjustments you like and let me know how it is!!!

    Recipe #441793

    1 Reviews |  By Surflou

    This is a recipe I got from the Jamie Oliver 30 minute meal collection, I tried them tonight for dessert and they went down famously! Try them with creme freche, double cream or custard, they're even good on their own with nothing at all! Real melt in the mouth stuff, try them and see!

    Recipe #441591

    This is a recipe I got from the Jamie Oliver 30 minute meal collection, I tried them tonight for dessert and they went down famously! Try them with creme freche, double cream or custard, they're even good on their own with nothing at all! Real melt in the mouth stuff, try them and see!

    Recipe #441398

    This is a recipe that my wife makes a lot of the time as it is the ultimate comfort food, can be eaten any way you like, any time you like... it's perfect to chomp on whilst watching a movie at home alone or with a friend and its great as a dessert for a dinner party, it just works every which way!!! Basically variations of the main recipe could include using a different flavour ice cream, using different chocolate, adding biscuits or more, adding sauces and garnishes, adding Baileys etc... we like to just pop it back in the ice cream tub for home use but if we are having a dinner party we refreeze it in the small round chinese soup bowls and serve it with a garnish as a dessert... Food.coms system won't allow me to add the recipe in terms of 1 packet of Buttons and 1 packet of Malteasers etc so I have just put choclate so you can pick and choose what you use to suit yourself... Our basic at home includes a pack of Malteasers, pack of Cadbury's Buttons and Caramel Buttons and a Crunchie bar but you can use ANYTHING you like!!! Dark chocolate, milk chocolate, white chocolate, biscuits, cookies, butterscotch sauce, strawberry sauce - literally anything!!! Please do try it and rate it and let me know any variations you try as it really is a great versitile recipe!!! So easy to make and so satisfying to eat!!! Also, just a quick note, I live in the UK so I'm not sure if those in the US have the same varieties of chocolate as we do here so apologies if you don't know what I mean by Crunchie Bar, Cadbury's Buttons etc!!!

    Recipe #438149

    1 Reviews |  By Surflou

    This is a recipe I kind of just discovered one day and it is now a firm family favourite in our house, I also make roast potatoes the same way - delicious!!! Be careful not to set the over too high and watch the amount of oil you put in, I have been thinking about using a spray oil but haven't yet tried it, perhaps you can and let me know how they turn out!!! Also, you can use dried herbs but I prefer fresh as I grow my own and they taste so much better, you can also use a different strength of olive oil if you wish, but I prefer extra virgin. I wouldn't recommend using anything other than olive oil mind you, it adds to the flavour! I also like to add a little bit of BBQ seasoning to mine but this is optional, if you want it, add it before cooking...

    Recipe #435678

    This is a quick and simple recipe I throw together if I want a quick snack or if we are eating something too old for our two year old daughter or if she doesn't like what we're eating even! Its a big hit with my whole family and it is so quick, simple and cheap to make, and it can either be vegetarian or you can add meat! Whatever you fancy! You can use Quorn pieces or you can use real chicken and maybe bacon pieces and you can also substitute the noodles with linguine cooked in chicken stock. We're not vegetarians (we just love the ease of the Quorn pieces) so this isn't a recipe aimed at those who are, but rather a way to have a quick easy stir fry in about 10 minutes. Please comment on this or review it and let me know what you think! Let me know if you changed anything to make it quicker or better!!!

    Recipe #421369

    This is a delicious simple side dish to accompany meat dishes, to have as a side at your roast dinner table or even to have with basic meat and potatos! It's easy and quick to make and doesn't cost the earth! Plus you're getting most of your five-a-day!!! The idea came after my Mother in Law and wife both used to make caramalised vegetables in the frying pan at dinner time on Sundays, I adapted the recipe a bit and cam eup with this little smasher - have a try and please do let me know what you think!!!

    Recipe #421301

    This is another one of those side dishes that looks beautiful on the plate next to some delicious meat and potatoes... SO simple to cook and even more tasty to eat, try them at BBQs or at dinner parties... These are also FANTASTIC to serve at your Christmas dinner table - they are essentially Christmas baubles! You CAN use shallots or white oinions but I find the red to be best as they are a little sweeter... Let me know any thoughts or improvments!!!

    Recipe #421287

    2 Reviews |  By Surflou

    This is an uunbelievably simple side dish recipe which was taught to me by an American friend of mine who moved over here. We decided to celebrate Thanksgiving with her to help her feel less homesick and she made this for us. I thought it was delicious, demanded the recipe which she gave me there and then and now it is a firm family favourite. Give it a chance, it sounds bizarre and yes, it is FULL of calories but it is perfect for a family dinner, or holiday celebration like Christmas or Thanksgiving or even Easter. I've tried this with normal cheese but it just doesn't have that same fix for me! This is my first recipe listing so here goes nothing ha ha!!! Please rate!!! I'd love any advice on changing or improving this!

    Recipe #399301


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