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    The original recipe came from a "low cholesterol, low fat" cookbook so I assume it is healthy. Actually, it tastes so good, I am prepared to forgive it if it isn't! I've been making it for some time now so I'm giving you the recipe I make now and not the one I started with. (I use Patak Curry Paste)

    Recipe #434527

    My own recipe made with minced turkey. We call it "Thatch"... I have no idea where that name came from! I use Sage and Onion stuffing mix in the topping as it's the family's favourite - but you can try YOUR favourite.

    Recipe #401341

    Lovely low in calorie high in flavour accompaniment to just about everything! A favourite from the Classic 1,000 Calorie Counted recipes printed 11 years ago... still, some recipes stand the test of time!

    Recipe #401299

    1 Reviews |  By franja

    I had two boneless skinless chicken breasts that needed using and half a container of soft goat's cheese... need I say more?

    Recipe #242175

    According to my (late - great) Mother, “The secret to a good pan of Scouse is to let it stew to doll rags”. (Whatever that means!) Although this recipe states Beef Stock Cubes, my mother always used 'Gravy Salt'... She used to 'bulk' this out by adding more potatoes. When we kids were small and there wasn't much money; she made this with 1/4lb of mince and 5lb of potatoes. As a small child I STILL found it yummy!!

    Recipe #192955

    When I was a child I loved coming home and smelling the special spice blend that goes into this. My Mum's recipe and officially called 'bread pudding' she always referred to it as 'Wet Nelly'. (She was a scouser so maybe that explains it!)

    Recipe #191329

    This sounds so boring that I tend to call it 'Indian Spiced Chicken' as it's a lot more descriptive of the recipe.......

    Recipe #175185

    2 Reviews |  By franja

    A great way to impress everyone with a pound of mince! This has been a family favourite for years but I seem to be increasing the spices to make it even hotter as I get older....... best to share it now before it gets too hot to handle...........

    Recipe #175184

    You know how we all love those choccy chip nut cookies? Well, imagine that idea in a CAKE! Hmmmmmmmmmmm......I DO love cake, and this one in particular as you can vary the amount of chocolate or nuts, or even the type of nuts - go on - make your OWN version of this recipe. It's also rather unusual as it uses the 'rubbed in' method more usually associated with pastries. As written, this is a lovely 'English Tea Loaf' - you know, slice thin and serve with afternoon tea; but add more chocolate and nuts and it becomes an 'afternoon delight' that you'd be lucky to divide into 8 servings!

    Recipe #175164

    1 Reviews |  By franja

    My sister-in-law was bemoaning the fact that "You can't buy Peanut Biscuits anymore" - I'd never even heard of them - but her birthday was coming up so I searched high and low to find some recipes. I found lots and did various test bakes to find the perfect one.........and here it is! The preparation time is dependant on your ingredients really; the only 'blanched peanuts' I can get are whole, so I have to break them up by hand - I tried a mortar and pestle but they bounced everywhere; so I tried putting them in a bag and bashed it with my rolling pin - the bag split and the nuts bounced everywhere again! I now sit down and break them up by hand. Good excuse for a long sit down I say ;o) Oh I can make it last for AGES (giggle) (I've shortened this time now... by pressing the nuts against the blade a knife; allowing the separated bottom ends to drop into a bowl; then using the point of the blade to twist the jointed top end of the nut apart.) I have made these SO many times now that I can offer a few more ideas to make it even easier - once the sugar and butter are combined, add the egg and THEN "beat well together until thick and pale" - if you stir in the peanuts BEFORE you addd the flour it all combines much more easily and doesn't make any difference to the finished product! I don't buy biscuits anymore - all I ever have in is - these biscuits and "Chewy English Flapjack" (Recipe #1472863)

    Recipe #175162

    2 Reviews |  By franja

    A lovely side dish for all you curry heads out there!

    Recipe #175159

    The title say it all! This recipe actually takes longer to type in than it does to cook! It is ready to eat in less than an hour - and that includes the marinating time...

    Recipe #175130

    1 Reviews |  By franja

    You can vary the spiciness of this dish by adding more chillies. I served this to visitors and it's now his favourite meal - she says he'd have it for every meal if she'd let him! So, I'm a very happy cooker. ;o) If you cook pasta on a rolling boil it is less likely to stick together - and it doesn't boil over - I don't know why! It just doesn't. My husband likes to pour EVOO and balsamic vinegar over his, but that's him!

    Recipe #173498

    Sauce can be used as a chutney, marinade or dip. Quantities can be varied to suit your own taste. I MUST HAVE MADE A TYPO IN THIS because I've lost the original and used this one - and the vinegar hit is way too much. I'm looking everywhere for my original and will correct this when I find it. In the meantime if you decide to make the Chicken dish, I recommend you approach the vinegar bottle with caution! Sauce can still be made and stored as the vinegar 'hit' diminishes with storage. After 3 weeks storage you have a very spicy chutney, great with cheese and at the optimum level for making the chicken dish...sorry about the typo...I will try harder in future!

    Recipe #172307


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