True avocado ritz is normally made with prawns (or shrimp), but this budget version using canned tuna is also delish! I normally serve this as a starter, but have occasionally had one or two avo halves as a lunch or summer main meal.
I don't always want the saltiness of celery salt and I battle to find celery seeds, so I thought this recipe was a useful keeper! Edited 24 July 2008 : I didn't want to make this recipe public until I had tried it myself - This makes a really fragrant, flavoursome celery spice! A great, and simple, way to use up all your celery leaves.
Very herby and succulent with garlic and lemon and the added bonus of "dripped-on" golden-brown potato slices. From the BBC Food program 'French Cooking at Home'. Cooking time stated is approximate as it depends on the size of the joint and your preferred 'doneness'.
Lovey, creamy, tomatoey, mousse with a perfect salmon-pink appearance. Looks really fancy for guests if set in a fish-shaped mould and once unmoulded, garnished with a few prawns and lemon slices. Keeps for at least 3 days in the refrigerator. Preparation time does not include chilling/setting time.
The best fish cakes I have ever had. So sad that tinned pilchards (or sardines) in tomato sauce don't appear as a known ingredient on Zaar as these beat all the other fish cake recipes (for me). Perhaps a few other "foreign" non-American members will have this ingredient at hand and give this a bash. Preparation time excludes making mashed potato - can use instant mash if desired).
You and your family can have these muffins every day for breakfast or lunch without any fuss as this mixture can be kept in the refrigerator for a month. They're great for popping into kiddie's lunch-boxes. Just bake as many as you need, as required. The yield given is approximate as this depends on the size of your muffin tins.
Okay, I know this sounds likes its from another planet. But it is so delish! I've made it using the "variation dressing" and my sister made it using the original condened milk dressing - she's far braver than I - both were lovely, very tasty, unusual salads. Be brave - give it a bash!
A really lovely, OH-SO-EASY, nutty and ever so slightly sweet loaf that can either be baked in the oven or the microwave or barbecued! All my guests that I have served this to over the years have asked for the recipe. (I have listed the cooking time of the oven-baked option)