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    I wanted an Asian-style cabbage salad with crispy noodles and lots of herbs, but wanted to avoid the salt and oil of most of the recipes on the site. I modified the lovely sesame-cabbage salad (recipe #55001) by omitting the red cabbage, and adding the crispy noodles just before serving.

    Recipe #276431

    I made this relish to accompany the Festive Terrine for our summer Christmas lunch

    Recipe #345623

    A quick, easy and flavoursome dish.

    Recipe #277112

    I adapted this recipe from the December issue of the excellent Australian Delicious Magazine. I added some duck leg-meat, as it was on hand, and this was a great addition. I omitted the garlic from the original recipe, as I felt it would overpower the other flavours. The original recipe also included 1/2 cup brandy - I didn't have any so didn't add it - instead I added the juices of the duck, which had been roasted in honey and allspice. It was simple to make, and had a beautiful presentation and flavour. Serve cold, accompanied by a fruit relish - I used a cherry relish as it was served for Christmas lunch. You could use rasher bacon as a substitute for prosciutto to line the terrine - the prosciutto was a leaner option, and about the right size to wrap the terrine.

    Recipe #345944

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