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    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

    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

    A really tasty marinade that's quick to prepare and provides the base to an easy meal. When cooked, the chicken will be sticky and tangy. Serve with steamed rice and stir fried pak choy for a complete meal. Enough to cover about 8 pieces of chicken

    Recipe #400507

    So quick, so satisfying, so healthy, just go for it. yum yum yum! The colour is outstanding and the flavour very delicate and sweet.

    Recipe #398223

    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

    This is a lovely easy dip to serve with crackers for lovers of smoked fish

    Recipe #400953

    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

    A really refreshing and different way to eat mango. I was served this drink on the beach in Rio one time and turned my nose up at it (I'd asked for mango juice and don't really like milk drinks) but I was pleasantly surprised to find how well the sweet creamy milk went down with the loose crushed slippery mango. Don't think of this as a drink though do serve it in a glass. This is more like eating peaches and cream. Fantastic.

    Recipe #399953

    Serve as part of an American breakfast or just enjoy on a buttered crumpet or piece of toast. The salty bacon and the sweet maple syrup together are a dream come true. Its also incredibly simple. There is no substitute however for the maple syrup in this recipe, if you haven't got any then make something else!

    Recipe #400403

    My favourite way to enjoy raw fennel, the aniseed flavour really shines through and lemon juice lifts it right up

    Recipe #399624

    This is a wonderful way to enjoy pears when they are flavoursome yet still firm and crisp. A lovely summer lunch or starter, the kind that is satisfying in the way that you don't need dessert and something to take your time over.

    Recipe #401005

    This is an example of less being more and with only 3 ingredients you just can't go wrong! This is absolutely gorgeous, just don't try to put anything with it and keep it simple! Pure comfort food, especially if made using basmati rice

    Recipe #397561

    A simple refreshing Greek dip that is great served as part of a mezze platter or with hot chicken or lamb pitta bread kebabs.

    Recipe #399625

    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

    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

    An elegant summer salad dish that is wonderful served on the side of poached cold chicken. Pimms has become a traditional English alcoholic summer beverage, its a bit like sherry or vermouth and is best served in tall glasses with soda water, lemon, strawberry and cucumber slices. Its actually the cucumber that makes the drink special I think. I've tried to capture this, I think to good effect in this salad and I hope you enjoy it as much as me

    Recipe #400994

    1 Reviews |  By robd16

    This is old fashioned British school dinner food at its best. If this doesn't take you back to childhood then I don't know what will. No running in the corridors!

    Recipe #400350

    2 Reviews |  By robd16

    This fresh salsa is great served with dips and chips and is well worth the effort of all that chopping. It is also fat free, very good for you and really tasty!

    Recipe #401039

    1 Reviews |  By robd16

    Simple and Healthy and very satisfying, that's what its all about right? There's hardly any condensed milk here, but just enough to enhance the melon and make it of dessert quality.

    Recipe #398295

    Raspberries and cream with meringue all frozen together to make mushy fruity creamy heaven! I never can get it just like she does, but its still good none the same. The brandy works well in this and acts more like a flavouring as opposed to a tipple. Simply wonderous, by far the best way to serve raspberries. Thanks Mum!

    Recipe #399293

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