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    1 Reviews |  By Delete_

    Japanese deep-fried tofu with a soya sauce and dashi sauce. Absolutely yum. I originally found the recipe in a Japanese cookbook I have at home. NB. The daikon and ginger is usually mixed into the sauce and the tofu then dipped into this mixture. You may find that you haven't got quite enough sauce, if this is the case, increase the amounts slightly!

    Recipe #316920

    I can guarantee you that people will LOVE this recipe and these things will fly off the plates, so I'd advise making more than one portion as serving 6-8 with this is probably a bit of a stretch! I got this recipe whilst doing a cookery course at The Grange in Somerset, England. NB. To prevent your phyllo from drying out, cover the unused phyllo with a damp cloth and work quickly.

    Recipe #316894

    These are beautiful little coconut-y flapjack type biscuits. This recipe is originally from the 1981 Essex Women's Institute recipe book. I have very fond memories of my best friend and I making these in her kitchen when we were young, getting flour and grubby little fingerprints all over the page! Amazing. NB. These will spread like crazy in the oven, so don't worry if they turn out looking like crazy splodges of baked goodness, or squares. Leave a good bit of space between each 'walnut' to allow for spread.

    Recipe #316761

    1 Reviews |  By Delete_

    I picked this recipe up last Christmas from a Christmas fair I went to with my mom. It is absolutely gorgeous and just melts in your mouth. A great treat for a dinner party dessert or to pass around as a little bite. Make it the night before and put it in the fridge for best results.

    Recipe #144848

    1 Reviews |  By Delete_

    This was a recipe my mom taught me to make when I was 11. The two sauces are by Lee Kum Kee, and are 'Black Bean Sauce' and 'Minced Ginger & Shallot Sauce'. I made this in a Master Chef competition at my old school, and came second, although I was the clear public favourite :) Anyway, it's delicious, so try it out!

    Recipe #144102

    Fruit is an often overlooked ingredient for a good salad, and the inclusion of nectarines in this one makes it an absolute winner. It's delicious and is great as a starter, or an accompaniment to a main meal.

    Recipe #143975

    1 Reviews |  By Delete_

    This is a variation of the mash served at the Garlic Rose Restaurant in San Francisco. My parents went and brought back a cookbook, so I tried this recipe out, altered it slightly and it was gorgeous. Very rich, so watch out!

    Recipe #143909

    2 Reviews |  By Delete_

    This is apparently a recipe they make at the Black Eyed Pea restaurant (EDIT: apparently not the Black Eyed Pea Restaurant cornbread - thanks Kelly - but still yummy), but I tried it out at home and it was delicious. Rather filling, it's maybe a little too much for a side, but it's very good. Try it out! I've also just remembered that I actually used a couple of red chilli peppers, rather than jalapeno peppers, which gave it a bit more kick. So it's up to you which you use :)

    Recipe #143891

    3 Reviews |  By Delete_

    I found this recipe ages ago, apparently it's the same creamed corn they make at the Brookville Hotel. It's gorgeous, anyway.

    Recipe #143889

    I was looking for some Halloween recipes, and stumbled across this little gem online. I altered it slightly, adding basil, a stock cube, and using some fresh tomatoes as well as tinned. The soup has to be hot to melt the cheese a bit, but the idea is that it gives you a different texture, and as a Halloween soup the kids can play with the 'goob' as well as eat it. The preparation and cooking times are estimates, more or less. Just judge it by sight :)

    Recipe #143886


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