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    This is based on another recipe which I modified for our taste. It's very moist with a great banana flavour (as long as you use really overripe ones). Because there is not a lot of sugar, most of the sweetness comes from the bananas; it is not intended to be an overly sweet cake so please don't give this recipe a poor review simply because you are expecting it to be sweeter. Having said that, it still makes a really nice afternoon tea while being quite low in saturated fat for a cake and full of fruit. You can try adding more sugar if you like but of course then it won't be as healthy. :)

    Recipe #394479

    This is my version of a Thai style dish. I certainly wouldn't call it authentic by any standards, but it's still popular with those who have eaten it! If you don't like or don't have lime, you can substitute lemon and get a very similar taste. Also please feel free to add or remove chile to your liking - my husband doesn't like very hot food, so this is a fairly mild version. If you don't have fresh ginger, you can also use the minced variety that comes in a jar. The serving size is listed as 2-4 as we don't eat a lot of meat, so for the 2 of us this will do 2 meals. However, if you don't serve this with veggies and eat a large amount of meat, it may only do 2 meals.

    Recipe #295094

    I found this on the back of a packet of crystallised ginger I bought a while ago. They are really good, but definitely a biscuit designed for those who really love ginger!

    Recipe #272485

    This recipe was given to me by a friend. She got it from her dietician when she was trying to lose weight. It is really healthy and very tasty, and the lemon juice highlights the flavor of the vegetables. To make it more filling you can add the lentils, though this is surprisingly filling even without them, considering there's little other than vegetables in the soup. Feel free to vary the green vegetables you put in - it's never failed for me no matter what green matter has gone in the pot! Spinach and asparagus both work very well in here too. If you're using a non stick pot you can omit the olive oil in step 1 as well; I use my large Scanpan Dutch oven and never need to add the oil. Enjoy. :)

    Recipe #432487

    This has a good flavour to go with many different dishes. I have made the amount of tomato paste variable depending on your taste - if you really like tomato flavour, try 1 1/2 to 2 tbs of tomato paste. Otherwise just try it with 1 tbs. I also tend to use an italian mix of herbs, but have also just used dried basil in the past and this works as well.

    Recipe #272500

    This is the basic recipe for a loaf that came with the bread mix I buy. I sometimes find, depending on the weather, that I need to add a little bit more water, but I suggest only adding 1 tbs at a time, or you may quickly find it is too wet! If you wish to make this recipe a bit healthier, try using 3 cups of bread mix and top up with psyllium husk, but keep an eye on the dough ball to make sure it's mixed properly. (servings listed are for 2 slices ie. a sandwich!)

    Recipe #272483

    I developed this recipe initially through trial and error, and have now got it pretty well 'right'. My husband and in-laws love this! A few notes: you will need to keep an eye on the dough during mixing to make sure it isn't too wet. If it looks too wet, try adding 1 tbs of flour at a time until it looks like a rather wet ball of dough (it should be slightly wetter than ordinary bread dough). I also made this to be slightly more 'healthy' than other banana breads - so feel free to add a bit more butter if you feel the need to be decadent! EDIT: After one review, I realised that I should have said this is not intended to be a very sweet recipe; the main flavour should be the flavour of the banana. If you want to make it sweeter, use 1/2 cup of sugar, rather than the 1/4 cup specified.

    Recipe #254016


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