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Archive for April, 2012


How To Make Cumin Chicken

Cumin Chicken Curry Is An Easy Dish To Make And It only Takes Minutes To Prepare. I normally make this recipe with about 250ml of plain yogurt. Today, however I didn’t have any on hand and I couldn’t be bothered to go shopping. Instead, I used the same amount of fresh chicken stock and was […]

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Pan Fried Hake With A Spicy Pawa Crust

I think you might find this pan fried hake a lot different to other recipes. After a busy week at work, I wanted to do nothing more last night than put my feet up with a glass (or four) of wine and veg. Unfortunately we still had to eat and the takeaways in our area […]

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Hot Smoked Salmon Makes A Delicious Lunch

Some food need very little doing to it – like this fillet of hot smoked salmon. Just a quick post today. I’ve been crazy busy at work so my lunch had to be quick and simple. Luckily, I just received a few hot smoked salmon fillets from Delish Fish. If you are in the UK […]

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Pan Fried Haddock With A Light Gram Flour Crust

This is pan fried haddock at it’s best! I am very lucky to have received some wonderful fish fillets from John at Delish Fish this month. I have really enjoyed having the opportunity to cook a lot more fish than I normally do. My family has really appreciated all the new recipes. I wasn’t really […]

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How To Make Bombay Aloo

Bombay aloo is a quick and easy dish to make. I have always liked bombay aloo when eating out at Indian restaurants. For some reason, however, I didn’t think bombay aloo would be one my kids like. I’m used to hiding vegetables by pulverizing them or cutting them up so small they don’t notice. I […]

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Quick Fried Prawns And Scallops Served With Garlic Confit And Limes

The garlic confit can be used in so many ways with so many different ingredients. I like to serve this prawn and scallop recipe on hot sunny days. It’s perfect with and ice cold beer or a glass of pinot. I can’t remember a time when I’ve made it when there were any leftovers. The […]

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How To Make Steak And Kidney Pudding With An Indian Touch

This is steak and kidney pudding with a spicy difference! I think a steak and kidney pudding like this one could very well have been presented at the great feasts of the British Raj. Yesterday afternoon I was a bit tired and trying to think of something easy to make for dinner. I started thumbing […]

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Fresh Water Trout Tastes Great Done Indian Style

An easy trout recipe for baking or frying. This might sound funny but I am really excited to show this baked trout recipe. It tastes great and is so easy to make. I used a large trout but you could use smaller trout too. My family and I were driving back from Cornwall last week […]

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Give Your Curry Night Leftovers New Life With Chapatti Wraps

Chapatti wraps – Use up your curry night leftovers and make some amazingly healthy and tasty lunches. When I heard that the food theme of the day was wraps over at The Recipe Shed today, I decided I had to write something down. After all, I grew up with Mexican wraps. I think I must […]

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Tandoori Cod Marinated In A Green Spicy Sauce

As tandoori dishes go, this tandoori cod is quick and easy! I love experimenting with flavours. It is especially fun to do with fresh seafood. You don’t want to overpower the fish but a nice zing is always nice. Today I had some fresh cod on hand and decided to do just that. It was […]

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