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    This is great! I love mexican food and i love prawns! Can't go wrong really!

    Recipe #94130

    I love this recipe. It is a delightful pudding for the end of a lasrge meal. We usually have it on boxing day as another option to Christmas Pud. The prep time includes the 30 min. chill time.

    Recipe #94129

    A lovely summer salad. I love Sun dried tomatos in anything so this is a great recipe!

    Recipe #94030

    This is a really lovely springtime meal. I prefer to use rosemary on its own rather than herbes de provence. This is lovely with rice, but I prefer it with Couscous.

    Recipe #87417

    this is something i grew up with, mum used to serve this cold, but its really lovely either hot or cold. this is the only way to eat mashed potatoes for me!!

    Recipe #73421

    this is my mums recipe (sorry mum!), its something we have every Good Friday and Christmas Eve. Its absolutely delicious and ideal to take to a party or to serve as a starter. we usually have it on toast, but it would also go well with crackers, or pitta bread.

    Recipe #73093

    another atkins cook book recipe.

    Recipe #63345

    Another one for those Atkins lovers out there... :o) From his new diet cookbook. Sounds scrummy!

    Recipe #63344

    Another one from the Atkins Low Carb cook book. I love goat cheese, so I will be making this a lot!

    Recipe #63342

    The delicate flavour of fresh herbs gives scrambled eggs a new dimension. from the Dr Atkins New Diet Cookbook.

    Recipe #63340

    this is such an easy low carb recipe. It comes from the 'Dr Atkins quick and easy new diet cookbook'. theres 18g per serving, but these come from the nuts, so exclude them if you're in the first few weeks.

    Recipe #63012

    lovely with most foods, hot or cold. I adore both tomatos and pickled cucumbers so this is an ideal salad for me. Adds a bit of tartness to most bland foods. best served chilled and freshly sliced.

    Recipe #62606

    My potatoes. this is how they came out the first time i made them. They go very well with my sausage casserole :o) this also works well with sweet potatoes.

    Recipe #62558

    Wonderful as a starter. Absolutely delicious.

    Recipe #52489

    I made this up to use some vegs left in the bottom of my fridge. You can put whatever veg in you like, it will all cook together. Also, i put tobasco in most things to taste, so its not necessary to the recipe!! Its a marvellous dish to put in the oven and leasve - I tend to make it when I get in from work and then i am free to sit down for a while. I serve it with (as a rule) roast sweet potatoes, but jackets or bread would go just as well. Also, its delicious cold :o)

    Recipe #51678

    This must be cooked with lamb mince (shepherds looked after sheep = shepherds pie + lamb/ mutton mince! cottagers looked after cows = cottage pie + beef mince). This is also a great way to use up the leftover Sunday Roast if you have a mincer, as you don't have to cook the mince before it goes in the oven. I said that it takes 1 hr to prepare, but this is for uncooked mince. 10 minutes for cooked mince, just combine it in the dish and put the potatoes on top and pop it in the oven! This can either be served with salad, or hot veggies.

    Recipe #42214

    Something I came up with as an accompaniment to fish and also goes well with jacket potatoes

    Recipe #41564


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