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    This is a recipe to use up stale bread, originally devised when it was considered a sin to throw away breadbecause of teh association with Christ . The result is a luscious fudgy cake that can be cut up into squares and has nothing to do with thne usual bread and butter puddings . I love to eat this cake in summer , cold from the fridge. Please do try it, it wont cost you much to make. You might be pleasantly surprised. I use a maltese crusty loaf but any bread will do.

    Recipe #372170

    Recipe #372149

    Use sun ripened tomatoes for this recipe. The tomato flavour is so intense.

    Recipe #372147

    This sweet and sour sauce is a very popolat accompaniment to indian deep fried snacks. I buy the pitted block dates, which are basicaly the odd shaped dates which are compressed into a block, making them them less expensive.

    Recipe #372084

    A flavoursome Indian recipe perfect even as an appetizer. Do not re-heat in a microwave or they will become rubbery. Instead warm up in the oven to crisp up.

    Recipe #372066

    This recipe uses toasted ground sunflower seed instead of teh usual almonds. Serve over basmati rice. To decorate another onion can be sliced and deep fried until a dark brown then perched on top of the korma.

    Recipe #372008

    This is a typical Maltese traditional sweet.

    Recipe #372001

    serve the baked chicken in a tortilla wrap with some mayonaise and iceberg lettuce.

    Recipe #371993

    Especially for the kids or people who don't like garlic. When wrapped in foil, these can be baked in an oven 200C for 15 minutes, placed on the barbeque grill or a grill pan

    Recipe #371990

    You can use mini muffin pans, madeline pans etc.

    Recipe #371988

    For the savoury version use only a pinch of sugar in the mixture. Some suggestions for the savoury: Cream cheese, topped with salami, then rolled up and sliced....cream cheese and grilled peppers etc, cream cheese bacon and mushrooms. Sweet ones can be filled with nutella, jam , cream and peaches etc

    Recipe #371987

    Gorgeous salmon parcels filled with a soft cheese and crab ( or prawn filling). They look so elegant and the good thing is that they can be made 24 hours ahead making it a perfect solution for plan ahead dinner party.

    Recipe #371958

    This is an adaptation of a recipe I created years ago to make it wheat and milk free. Helva is a tahini and sugar based sweet popular in the mediterrenean like greece and malta. I use an ice-cream machine, the kind you have to freeze 24 hours beforehand.

    Recipe #371936

    The secret in this recipe is that the brandy soaked fruits are blended making the cake more appealing for people who aren't so keen on fruit cakes. I start soaking the fruit a month ahead.

    Recipe #371835

    Serve with moscato spumante or an italian sparkling wine. . Idealy a sheep's milk ricotta is used instead of the combination of mascarpone and cow's milk ricotta.

    Recipe #371830

    A rich sauce for your crepes, perfect for flaming. Use this with my 'janine's crepe' recipe.

    Recipe #371812

    A lovely sauce that can be used as a dip or spread or stirred through hot pasta, just like pesto.

    Recipe #371778

    This recipe is the closest I could find to the one our french neighbour would cook up for me and my sister when we were kids.I think its the beer in the batter that makes a difference.

    Recipe #371776

    An easy 5 ingredient recipe. Prepare ahead and bake at the last minute.

    Recipe #371774

    A divine surprise finale, a liquid chocolate centre. Do not overcook!

    Recipe #371690

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