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    A very tasty way to eat tuna - great for tuna haters such as myself! An authentic recipe from my Turkish friends. Feel free to add or substitute additional ingredients - sliced cucumber, rocket, baby spinach leaves, red spanish onion, etc.

    Recipe #434257

    This recipe features very well as a main with classic sides such as mashed potatoes with olive oil, roast onions or even a polenta mash. This chicken dish is a great base for other dishes such as shredded to make in salads, pastas and sandwiches. You can use chicken thighs with skin on to achieve a juicier chicken.

    Recipe #395972

    A quick, simple and very aromatic pizza dough with a blend of Italian herbs. Makes a great, authentic pizza! (Serving Size = 1 family size pizza)

    Recipe #395971

    A simple and elegant take on the classic tomato soup. This is for those who do not fancy the 'fake' and 'canned' taste of normal tomato soups. It's simple to make and just needs a little time or prep. Best of all, it is vegetarian. Zipped up with roast sweet capsicum (to sweeten the typically tart tomato), smoothened with tender roast garlic and the surprise herb is coriander (cilantro), it adds a different dimension to an otherwise bland and one dimensional soup. You can switch to basil if you like and use fried garlic instead of roast garlic, but the taste will vary slightly. Serve hot with mini cheese sandwiches to dip or cold with a dollop of cream, yoghurt or sour cream.

    Recipe #394679

    A quick & super simple soup. Tom Yum is a thai hot and sour soup, as well as being spicy. I don't really like cooking Tom Yum from scratch because its a very common dish, and whenever one gets the craving for Tom Yum, they want it here and now, rather than waiting hours for it! (TIP: Feel free to add seafood or substitute the vegetables inside to whatever your preference. It's Tom Yum Soup!)

    Recipe #219473

    A light and filling Italian bruchetta inspired by cool mornings al fresco in a little Italian cafe in a little area tucked just outside the city. (TIP: Use Masterfoods' Mixed Herbs as an alternative to all the dried herbs. Also, If you don't savour the taste of coriander, omit and use freshly chopped basil & mint instead.)

    Recipe #218678

    A mildly spicy Turkish chilli dip. To give a fiery kick to this dip, add chilli powder or a dash of Tabasco sauce in it. Best served cold with Turkish bread.

    Recipe #218610

    A quick and simple Indonesian Mee Goreng recipe with a touch of Indian spices, which is easy on the budget, but big on taste. To make the meal more nutritious and substantial, add chopped baby spinach leaves and an egg.

    Recipe #218609

    A delicious, garlicky vegetarian spaghetti loaded with delicious pan-fried vegetables in extra-virgin olive oil. If you want a lighter, more wholesome meal, omit the potatoes and add chopped spinach.

    Recipe #218293

    A delicious, refreshing alternative to the traditionally dipped Japanese Tempuras. This is Chinese cooking with a twist, incorporating the best of Chinese and Japanese cuisine! Best of all, it's relatively simple to make, and tastes absolutely great as a one pot meal served with jasmine rice, or on it's own, as a low-carb meal!

    Recipe #218122

    This recipe was one of several that were given to me by my best friend's sister-in-law living in the U.K, who were so starved for authentic Indian food that they wrote to their Moms back in India begging for some home-made recipes! I made some changes in it by making it spicier to my taste. Feel free to halve the amount of chilli powder used if you can't take the hot stuff! This dish goes best with basmati rice or Indian chapatis and breads.

    Recipe #217614

    An Authentic Chinese Recipe! Sticky Soy Chicken is a time-tested, generation favourite! Tastes divine with rice and Chinese stir-fried veggies!

    Recipe #217455

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