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    6 Reviews |  By robd16

    These are great, really simple, really easy and of course, really tasty! The taste of the pure partly toasted coconut comes through really well and I always make a double batch. WARNING: If you don't like coconut, make something else!

    Recipe #399828

    These are so good! Tesco's are selling these under the name 'bush bok sweet potatoes' in the exotic veg section. White fleshed sweet potatoes are not always easy to spot as they look so similar to the orange fleshed variety. They have a lovely sort of chestnutty flavour. I find the white ones have a more purpleish edge to the skin. You can always scrape a bit of skin from the corner of 1 to find out. They really are worth hunting out and are best eaten plain with butter salt and pepper (Don't bother with any fillings) and perhaps some salad, or as they do in Mexico for a sweet snack, with butter condensed milk and cinnamon. Gorgeous!

    Recipe #399921

    2 Reviews |  By robd16

    I got this recipe from a Mexican guy I met in America. This lives up to expectation, unlike other guacamole's I've tried. This is best eaten straight away but contrary to popular belief you can actually store this in the fridge for a couple of days. Put into a bowl and cover with a very thin layer of olive oil then put cling film over so that it touches the guacamole itself.

    Recipe #398291

    1 Reviews |  By robd16

    I could live on this! Everybody loves this one, and agrees that its better than any Jambalaya they've ever ordered in a restaurant. Give it a try, you won't be disappointed I promise. The secret is the roasted red peppers and the butter. Don't be put off that the dish is finished in the microwave, it just ensures that there are no burnt pans to deal with later! The only other veg that work in this I find are sweetcorn or butternut squash/pumpkin cut into chunks and added just before it all goes in the microwave. Even my friends from Louisiana find it hard to accept that its perhaps even better (If not a little different) than they make. Enjoy!

    Recipe #397287

    I don't often deep fry food at home, but these are so worth it! These are a staple at fairs and theme parks across America. You could use an 8oz box of jiffy corn muffin mix instead of the first 6 ingredients but you probably won't find this outside of the US. A great crowd pleaser at bbq's or children's parties, hot dogs never tasted so good. . . .

    Recipe #400171

    2 Reviews |  By robd16

    The best home made flapjacks ever, I prefer to use a mixture of jumbo oats and rolled oats but all oats work perfectly except for the instant style powdered type. If you don't have golden syrup you can use honey or a mixture of light and dark corn syrup but the taste won't be quite as good. Maple syrup is too thin but you could get away with using half maple and half honey or other syrup. These are great as they are and I always come back to the original, but sometimes I'll add some chopped banana, raisins or nuts, just to ring the changes. Enjoy.

    Recipe #398975

    1 Reviews |  By robd16

    This is a Jamie Oliver's idea so I can't take credit for it, as much as I'd like to. Don't be put off by the anchovies in the butter, it doesn't taste fishy and you can't detect them at all. In fact, you can't really detect the rosemary or garlic much either for that matter. They act more like a seasoning as opposed to a flavouring and I promise you this is seriously the best cabbage you'll ever eat! Cook the cabbage as described and adapt the recipe to make as much or as little of the butter as you like, the rest can be stored in the freezer for those 'gotta have my cabbage' moments. Ha ha, you say that now. . . .

    Recipe #400587

    This is the easiest, tastiest dip and surprisingly uses packets of dried vegetable soup mix (yes, cup a soups!) to season the sour cream. I had it at a buffet in the states once and it was served in a hollowed out round loaf of bread. It looked great but it tasted even better. Serve with bread, crackers or vegetable sticks for a quick and easy starter or snack

    Recipe #400900

    This is much nicer than it perhaps sounds, its proper stick to your ribs material and makes a quick cheap supper time pudding, it is in fact a sweet type of Yorkshire pudding. The golden syrup and evaporated milk are essential if you want the full experience especially as the pudding itself is not very sweet. Old fashioned pudding goodness mmmm!

    Recipe #400189

    1 Reviews |  By robd16

    A lovely preserve which would be totally healthy if it weren't for the sugar! A great gift when canned correctly in nice kilmner jars

    Recipe #399630

    2 Reviews |  By robd16

    Luscious and creamy and very very good for you, what more could you want? Another great example of less being more.

    Recipe #398055

    Forget Hungarian Goulash (I always found that disappointing anyway) This makes a yummy quick to assemble pasta bake that everyone will love

    Recipe #400128

    Cooking the bananas first gives a luscious flavour to this gorgeous drink that kids and adults alike will adore. Cooking them releases their natural oils which shine through in this drink. This one doesn't like hanging around too long and should be drank with plenty of ice within a couple of hours of making.

    Recipe #397701

    Good enough to serve on its own, with plenty of good bread and decent white wine. Perfection satisfaction and simplicity all rolled into one. You'll never want to use basil again! The only specification is that you use the best fresh tomatoes you can find, preferably on the vine and deep deep red in colour. I prefer to chill the tomatoes to make for easier slicing, then allow the finished dish to come to room temp. Thank you sophie grigson from whom I adapted this recipe.

    Recipe #398273

    This is one of my favourite dishes, its healthy and tastes great at the same time. Half an apple makes all the difference, as does not grating the cabbage which reduces the slaw to mush.

    Recipe #399629

    This is a really satisfying Afro-Brazilian dish which everyone seems to love. It has an extremely subtle yet unique flavour and texture quite unlike any other. Palm oil can be found in the world foods section of any major supermarket and is essential for this dish, as is the cassava which you may find under the name mandioca or yucca root. Yucca root is a long root vegetable that looks like a wooden stick, I have seen fresh Yucca root in the exotic veg section and in the frozen veg section in some UK supermarkets. If you can't find these 2 ingredients at your local supermarket you will most certainly find them at any ethnic supermarket. The finished product has a tropical feel to it and is quite colourful. The lime is mandatory here too as it cuts through the fats and lifts this dish right up. Absolutely Gorgeous.

    Recipe #400258

    Pure traditional British comfort food, that isn't that much hassle to make. Can serve 4 people if served with mash potato, carrots and peas but sometimes I prefer to do away with the mash and just serve this for 2! Don't forget the sherry onion gravy which you'll probably wanna drink all on its own!

    Recipe #399440

    2 Reviews |  By robd16

    A classic winner, even those who don't really like blue cheese or indeed broccoli are normally won over by this one. Use Danish blue or Gorgonzola or whatever you cheese you have in. Stilton works best though, so try to stick with that. For those who really despise blue cheese, I'm sure white Stilton would work well too. The bay leaf and lemon juice are not essential but I find they heighten the taste slightly

    Recipe #400094

    Just go for it, its lovely and mellow and really really soft

    Recipe #400345

    This combination is genius and works incredibly well if I do say so myself! Every element of the dish complements the next. One of those things I make sometimes and live off it for days! Crunchy big chunks of refreshing celery set in blue cheese dressing with the sweetness of black grapes to offset both. The potatoes are a great foil to this and prevent it from being too rich. A great dish to serve at buffets or pot luck dinners Its a cheeseboard lovers dream and looks colourful and presentable too

    Recipe #399433

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