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A great drink that is the perfect balance between tart and sweet.
A drink named after the Harbour Tunnel in Sydney, Australia.
I'm posting this to go along with the gingernut recipe I posted, which calls for mixed spice, which is not commonly available in the US.
This can be used to give Moroccan flavor to any fish. Use up to 1 tsp per kilogram of fish.
From the cookbook "The Curry Secret: Indian Restaurant Cookery at Home." Served with popadoms and Yoghurt Mint Sauce
A Bahamian cole slaw. Use any firm apple.
This is a recipe I got from the parent of a former student. This is fabulous with gingersnaps!
A Caribbean favorite! This makes 1 5 ounce drink.
From the cookbook "The Curry Secret: Indian Restaurant Cookery at Home." Served with popadoms, onion salad, and a variety of other appetizers.
A side dish from the Bahama Breeze website. They serve this with West Indies Patties and Jerk Painted Fresh Fish
A summer treat with fresh berries. Use any fruit you enjoy.
An Australian version of the Rice Krispy Treat
A mild, almost sweet curry.
A simple New Zealand candy/sweet. Golden Syrup is becoming easier to find in the US. I can find it in the British section and recently found it in the baking aisle. If you cannot find it, you may sub 2 parts light corn syrup to 1 part honey.
A simple recipe to add some spice to your butter!
This is a Scandinavian twist on basil pesto. You may substitute this for basil pesto and it's particularly good on grilled fish or chicken.
A light and refreshing summer side dish.
Serve with crackers or toasted bread crumbs.
You may make this spicy by adding cayenne pepper to taste.
A twist on a Spanish favorite. Time does not include chill time.
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