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    6 Recipes

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    1 Reviews |  By Ant

    An easy chicken salad that looks pretty and tastes great.

    Recipe #90118

    1 Reviews |  By Ant

    This version takes minutes to put together, and we think it's a lot better than the cooked version.

    Recipe #88254

    3 Reviews |  By Ant

    Growing up in South Africa, this was one of my family's favorite chicken recipes. I haven't searched for it here, so I don't know if it has already been posted.

    Recipe #47056

    An old South African recipe; I remember my mom making this almost every weekend. It has a strong brandy flavor and is delicious served warm with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream.

    Recipe #221035

    4 Reviews |  By Ant

    Very traditional 'deep-fried breadrolls'; sounds weird but unbelievably good. We grew up with these at least once a week: either filled with curried 'mince' (ground beef) (these we called curry bunnies); or just halved and spread with butter and preserves or syrup. Yumm.

    Recipe #179450

    This one's pure evil and definitely not for dieters. The recipe calls for honey or chocolate grahams; if you have a pack that was left open and became limp, use them here. It also uses pre-cooked caramel; when doing this, make a few extra cans, as they can be stored for months and are great for puddings, cake toppings, crepes, etc. Cooking the caramel takes the time mentioned; making the tart takes only minutes.

    Recipe #88426


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