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    This recipe is my own original version. It is cooked in a tagine, however if you do not have a tagine, a large oven-proof casserole dish with a lid will do. The meat and the flavours just melt together and the dish is simply divine. You could serve this with rice, couscous or potatos to bulk up the dish if desired. Instead of Shanks you can use diced lamb, a lamb leg or any other cut. Allow a few hours to cook so the meat is very soft and falling off the bone. However if you are in a rush you could cook it on a higher heat for a shorter period of time.

    Recipe #480081

    Veal in a creamy bacon and mushroom sauce. So delicious!! Can be served over rice or mashed potato and alongside steamed vegetables or salad. Note: Veal should be size of schnitzels but don't buy already crumbed veal schnitzel!! It won't turn out!

    Recipe #474275

    Always a winner, this is a beautiful side dish to match a roast, or accompany a BBQ! Always use dirty potatoes because these tend to go nice and soft. Some other varieties of potatoes go more crispy on the outside. Cooking time may vary depending on your oven. Found this recipe years ago and have since lost the original. It is always requested when friends are having us over.

    Recipe #445281

    This is the national dish of Georgia. It is a cheese pie. We got the recipe from my mother in law in Georgia but changed some of the ingredients... Traditionally this is made with Sulguni Cheese which isn't sold here. This can be great for a snack for kids, as a starter or just any time. Its also very easy because the dough doesn't need to rise. This can be made with low-fat yoghurt and low-fat cheese.

    Recipe #411228

    This is great as a dip or to go with lamb dishes. YUM! Note: You can add extra salt to taste at the end but remember the cucumber has been salted, so this should be enough. You can also make this with low-fat greek yoghurt for a healthier alternative.

    Recipe #411227


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