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    This cut of beef will reward you withtender succulent slices.Dont attempt to use cheaper cuts such as topside which is better used for braising.

    Recipe #368954

    A sweet spicy soup, perfect for cold winter days. Don't worry about chopping the vegetables as they will be blended .. so a rough chop will do

    Recipe #368953

    Translated from an italian food magazine

    Recipe #368536

    Lovely simple recipe perfect when using fresh seafood .

    Recipe #368523

    A simple frittata recipe for when cauliflower is in season. easy to make and looks so colourful when cut.

    Recipe #368521

    Translated from an italian cooking magazine. A potato gateux with a layer of ham paste between 2 layers of potato mash then baked.

    Recipe #368490

    Try this you will like it. very similar to quiche but with a cracker crust. This recipe came from an italian magazine so I had to translate it

    Recipe #368454

    From the book Baker & Spice. This is a remarkable bread, with intense flavour without being overpowering, sweet without being sugary. This is a rater complicated recipe but once you get the hang of it, it will be easier. I have made it 3 times and its a winner with guests. The process of leavening and 'tucking' dough will take 4 hours so make sure you have enough time.

    Recipe #368260

    Economical burger recipe that can be frozen. The meat is extended with mashed kidney beans, and its hard to tell. People are surprised when they ask me for the recipe, to find the cleverly disguised addition. Recipe adapted from 'hot and spicy cookbook'. Serve in breadrolls with some sliced avocado, tomato and rucola leaves. Allow enough time to refrigerate the relish, relish best made a day ahead

    Recipe #368249

    Meatless version and truly delicious. From the cookbook Hot & Spicy

    Recipe #368117

    Simple and wonderful. Adapted from chinese cooking class cookbook

    Recipe #363099

    This cake is so easy to do that even the queen herself could do it. The secret is using the finest grater possible. This recipe is for making a small 20cm cake.

    Recipe #358895

    Serve this meatloaf with yogurt, salad and naan bread or pita bread on the side. Traditionally this is made with minced lamb but we love it with minced beef too.

    Recipe #355622

    Spicy burgers with a melted cheese centre

    Recipe #355610

    Recipe #355607

    I use haddock or cod but any plump fish fillet will do.

    Recipe #355596

    A nice raw salad with a sweet wholegrain mustard dressing. The salad has lovely autumn colours. Don't use green apples for this salad or it wont look just as stunning.

    Recipe #355357

    The smokey flavour from the pepper is amazing .

    Recipe #355356

    My favourite chilli con carne. Serve with tortillas on the side, or a jacket potato.

    Recipe #355352

    Lovely contemporay recipe that tastes simply unique. I sometimes use breast instead of legs. I make a slit in the breast meat and stuff it like a pocket.

    Recipe #355350

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