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    6 Recipes

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    My husband loves this chicken and it's really easy to make.

    Recipe #248002

    I've made this omelet for ages but I've changed it here and there to suit everyone in the family's taste, so feel free to add/omit anything. Great eaten with toast.

    Recipe #237376

    This is the first cake that I had learned to make when i was a kid and I still love it. It's great for snacking on, I usually cut them into small rectangular pieces to serve to guests.

    Recipe #237284

    I found this recipe in a cookbook but I've altered some of the ingredients and made it my own. DH loves it, we had it with some fried noodles but it would also go great with freshly cooked rice. It has a subtle garlicky flavor and the sesame oil really gives this dish a great aroma. Halal/Kosher.

    Recipe #236486

    This is the halal/kosher version. As with many Asian Fried dishes, it is best to make this in a wok, with suitable heat to ensure that the wok is kept a bit smoky. Make sire that the rice used is cold and the grains separated. The amount of garlic used can be cut down according to individual preference.

    Recipe #233408

    This is one of the simplest ways to make delicious fried beef to be eaten with hot steamed rice, it's my mom's recipe. It goes great with a soupy green veggie side dish. Make sure you use young and lean beef for best outcome, enjoy :)

    Recipe #231671


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