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    Yummy! This is so easy to make. Got this from Prep time does not include time for chilling.

    Recipe #309807

    Simple and delicious marinade for lamb or chicken. Will be sufficient for 2 lamb fillets or chicken breasts.

    Recipe #309386

    Great appetizer from, can be served as a relish or dip

    Recipe #309382

    A spicy chicken curry that comes from the Indian state of Maharashtra. Hot and spicy and very yummy! I personally like to add even more chili and make it even spicier!

    Recipe #309318

    A luscious treat by Antony Worrall Thompson. It has such a rich texture. I even added a few strands of saffron before placing it in the oven. I didn't have Greek yogurt so I used normal yogurt that I had placed in a strainer for about 5 hours, worked just fine. Prep. time does not include overnight soaking time.

    Recipe #309312

    A very light dessert recipe by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall.

    Recipe #309293

    Something that can be easily made for unexpected guests or a teatime treat.

    Recipe #308889

    This has been my favorite dessert since childhood and I would polish off half of the whole pot every time mom made it. Use the whole, brown, non-sulfured variety of apricots and not the bright orange California dried apricots that you get at the local grocer's or the taste will vary. The quantity of sugar I have given is approximate. You may adjust according to your taste. Prep. time does not include time for soaking.

    Recipe #308660

    A very moist and creamy textured bread by Corby Kummer. Can be frozen for upto a month.

    Recipe #308620

    I got this recipe from my friend Asma and I love it. A one-dish meal that is easy to assemble and very scrumptious. The masoor/ lentils used here are the whole unsplit ones that are brown in colour. You could use puy lentils too.

    Recipe #308409

    Adapted from the " South Beach Diet Cookbook".

    Recipe #308268

    My favorite dish especially when I'm feeling particularly lazy. The presence of only 3 other ingredients helps bring out the full flavor of the prawns. You may adjust the amount of garlic and chili as per your taste.

    Recipe #308251

    Lovely delicate flavors. from the "Magic Spices" cookbook. Great served with poultry or fish. Best when used the same day.

    Recipe #308242

    Got this from "Good Housekeeping". Haven't tried this yet.

    Recipe #308232

    Ideal for grilling and barbecues. Can be used on meat, or meaty fish such as tuna. Can be stored in an airtight container for up to a week.

    Recipe #308057

    I have plenty of time these days and decided to try out recipes, especially the ones that I had written down ages ago, but forgotten about ..... I don't remember where I got this recipe from but its a refreshing change from the other drinks. The star anise lends it a sort of exotic flavor.

    Recipe #308055

    One of the first things that I started making as a teenager. This recipe is a little different from the others because of the addition of cream cheese which makes it even creamier and delicious.

    Recipe #307809

    So Yummy! I can't believe I let this lie in my recipe file without trying it for so long! Preparation time does not include time for freezing the banana chunks, (2-3 hours). Try using powdered sugar so that you don't get the coarse granules in the ice-cream.

    Recipe #307769

    A delicious North Indian Dish made with rice and mutton. It gets its name from the "yakhni" (meat stock) that it is cooked in. Can be had with a simple yogurt Raita.

    Recipe #307611

    I love this soup, found it on ages ago. It's my healthiest quick fix when I'm really hungry and don't have time to prepare a meal. Not only do the oats give a lovely texture to the soup, but also make it very filling....Lovely with crusty toasted bread. You could use stock cubes or liquid stock from the carton instead of the bouillon granules

    Recipe #307594

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