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    This spice mix originates from the Middle East and is used to sprinkle over dips, deepfried vegetables and flat breads etc. From Modern Moroccan by Ghillie Basan

    Recipe #211959

    Wonderful sprinkled over fritters, donuts, pancakes I could go on and on. Best made when flowers are newly out.

    Recipe #190508

    From 'Brit Spice' by Manju Malhi.

    Recipe #189977

    From Sophie Grigson, this is just made for fish and also good on chicken

    Recipe #192143

    This sounds so delicious for all you lavender lovers out there. A Simon Rimmer recipe, he recommends serving with a black pudding, new potato and asparagus salad/starter.

    Recipe #242987

    From Elle Second cookbook. This rich lovely sauce goes well with any roast meat and makes a different sauce for grilled meat.

    Recipe #189617

    From 'A Year in my Kitchen' by Skye Gyngell, this should taste vibrant and stronger than houmous, great for dips also as a side dish with roasted lamb or grilled chops.

    Recipe #348585

    This deliciousness was served to me by a young student from Bella Russe (sp ?) and it is THE most wonderful salad. Please be patient with it and play about until you get the taste you love - believe me it is worth it! Mayonnaise and garlic are really to taste.

    Recipe #228099

    Came up with this delicious salad as I really miss my couscous based Tabouli on low carb, it also helps use up some of the huge amounts of herbs my garden is producing right now. This salad tastes even nicer the next day and you would not guess the main ingredient is cauliflower!!!!

    Recipe #378979

    This is so quick and easy and a fantastic way to use up any (unusual in my house!) left over wine. Delish on toast or as a side dish - feel free to use white wine instead or sherry.

    Recipe #325943

    From 'A Year in my Kitchen' by Skye Gyngell. She uses this in purees and slow cooked dishes especially good with lentils, use whole spices and grind in a pestle and mortar, will keep in a sealed container for 1 month NO longer.

    Recipe #348582

    From Brit Spice by Manju Malhi my favourite Indian/British cook. This recipe turns an ordinary snack into something really tasty and satisfying, and makes you want more curry for dinner!!

    Recipe #189619

    Found this on About.com and thought it sounded just delicious if you are a beet lover as I am. Will keep for up to 3 weeks in a fridge. From Mollie Katzens Sunlight cafe

    Recipe #180691

    an autumn treat, goes well with any cheese or cold meats. From Janet Brinkworth UKTV food vary the chillies according to taste.

    Recipe #180760

    From Flavours of the World by Paul Gayler. He recommends serving this with a spicy roast leg of lamb, or a roast chicken.

    Recipe #190504

    Wonderful first course served on blinis or with crusty bread. From Feasts by Silvena Rowe

    Recipe #217130

    Especially delicious served with fish, from Feasts by Silvena Rowe

    Recipe #217099

    golden clusters of onion and hot spices bound in a crisp batter! Gram flour(chickpea flour) is important

    Recipe #189623

    These just sounded so different had to put them here, I think they would be out of this world wrapped in bacon and broiled, or just served with a cold glass of wine.

    Recipe #192515

    This sounds yummy, healthyish and really easy - a bonus!!

    Recipe #371924

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