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    Lightly spiced, Delhi-style potatoes. Serve as part of an Indian meal, as an accompaniment to Indian breads, or lightly mashed to fill chapatis before cooking. Adapted from a recipe by Charmaine Solomon.

    Recipe #77931

    Creamy and rich. Left over Thanksgiving or Christmas turkey can be substituted for the chicken.

    Recipe #77843

    An easy, non-traditional, satay version, of a favorite Vietnamese soup. If you prefer, use strips of sauteed chicken and chicken stock, instead of the fillet steak and beef stock in this recipe.

    Recipe #77841

    Deep-fried bananas, Vietnamese Style. Dipped in a crisp hazelnut and breadcrumb coating, served with a warm caramel and coconut sauce, and accompanied by ice-cream, these are the perfect finish to an Asian meal.

    Recipe #77700

    Spicy and flavorful, this easy dish provides a delicious change from Nasi Goreng or Chinese Fried Rice. Try to use Vietnamese fish sauce (Nuoc Mam), which is more pungent than other Southeast Asian fish sauces. Preparation time does not include the time needed to dry the rice overnight.

    Recipe #77699

    Manna from heaven! Serve this delicious curd with meringues or pavlova and thick cream, on scones and muffins, or as a filling for cakes and tarts. I love adding a dollop, along with some vanilla yoghurt, to serve with Swiss muesli. Recipe can be halved, in which case use 2 extra large eggs.

    Recipe #73327

    A delicious chowder made from tender white fish, scallops, shrimp, a hint of bacon, white wine and cream, melded together in fragrant fish stock and garnished with fresh dill. Special enough to serve for company, or to give your family a real treat. You can substitute clams for scallops, if you wish, and if you prefer not to add wine, use 4 cups of fish stock instead of 3.

    Recipe #68738

    A versatile sweet and spicy condiment that can be added to Asian stir-fries, used as a dipping sauce or marinade, or as an accompaniment to any type of fritter or barbecued food. This is adapted from a recipe by Charmaine Solomon.

    Recipe #68658

    These tasty morsels are always popular as an appetizer and team well with the sweet chili dipping sauce. Add more chilies to the sauce if you like it hot! You can obtain fish sauce (and also a sweet chili dipping sauce, if you prefer not to make your own) in an Asian food store. The fritters can also be served with my Thai Sweet Chili Sauce, posted separately.

    Recipe #68656

    Great flavors and textures in this yummy, Asian stir-fry recipe. Vary the chilli heat according to your preference.

    Recipe #68653

    Chewy butterscotch and crunchy nuts are a winning combination. It is hard to stop at one. We prefer them warm with ice-cream, or straight out of the freezer! Preparation time does not include resting pastry in the fridge for 10 minutes.

    Recipe #66744

    Mmm mmmm, this oft overlooked vegetable is delightful, prepared like this, to accompany grilled or barbecued beef or lamb. Try it.

    Recipe #66174

    This delicious lemony couscous salad is very versatile, as you can use your favorite sausage and/or cheese rather than those suggested. I sometimes add sliced Spanish olives and pinenuts as well, and intend trying cilantro or mint rather than parsley. Be inventive! Adapted from a recipe by Sarah Edmonds.

    Recipe #66042

    Creamy, spicy and tangy, this spread is served with tortilla crisps and can be accompanied by a fresh tomato salsa of your choice. I first tasted it with pre-dinner drinks at a Mexican-themed dinner party, and asked for the recipe. You can decide how 'chilli hot' you want it by varying the amount of chilli. It will be much hotter if you include the chilli seeds. Preparation time does not include chilling.

    Recipe #66041

    Tangy, but creamy, and great for summer entertaining. I prefer to steam or gently boil the chicken myself (rather than buy a cooked chicken) in a way that keeps them moist and tender - ThatBobbieGirl's recipe # 33104 looks just the thing for this! (Free plug, ThatBobbieGirl!)

    Recipe #65954

    This is a summer favorite. Serve with a refreshing cucumber salad, or as a spread for crackers. Cook time equates to 6 hours chilling.

    Recipe #65947

    Raspberries and cream...just heavenly.

    Recipe #65797

    This dish, for lovers of pasta, garlic and chilies, could hardy be simpler or more delicious. The flavor is enhanced by the quality of the olive oil and the fire of the chilies. Be heedful that this is not a sauce, as such - rather, each strand of spaghetti is coated with luscious, garlicky oil, and little red and green flecks of chili and parsley. If you prefer a milder, less fiery, dish, use two or less chilies, and remove the seeds. Adapted from Beverley Sutherland Smith's, 'A Taste in Time'. For a variation, I sometimes saute about 8 ounces sliced portobello mushrooms in butter, and top each serving with a spoonful or two. Yum.

    Recipe #65722

    This recipe, which originates from the Balkans, is posted by request. It is called by this name because the eggplant seeds bear a resemblance to caviar! Although it tastes nothing at all like caviar, we like it very much.

    Recipe #65244

    The recipe for this delicious muesli was published in the Australian Gourmet Traveller, in 1994, at the request of a reader who had enjoyed it at one of the Holiday Inn hotels. This is our adaptation, which we love to have as a treat on Sunday mornings. Preparation time does not include leaving the mixture overnight.

    Recipe #65238

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