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Chicken Chilli Con Carne Soup

    This deliciously hearty chicken chilli con carne soup is perfect for those autumn days and is packed full of flavour and texture. Ideal for halloween or bonfire night parties, quick and easy to make and won’t break the bank.   Serves: 4-6 people Ingredients: 1 large onion (chopped) 1 tbsp olive oil 2 […]

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Eggplant with Mozzarella & Basil

This simple Eggplant Mozzarella Basil dish is a favorite in Sicily and Sardinia. It is similar to Parmesan but without the gravy and breading. This enables you to taste more of the natural eggplant flavor. You can use regular fresh mozzarella for this recipe but a nice smoked mozzarella (mozzarella affumicata) truly enhances the overall […]

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Tomato, Spinach & Goats Cheese Frittata

This Tomato, Spinach & Goats Cheese Frittata is a great way to use up remnants left in the fridge and this simple frittata makes an ideal meal for two with tomatoes, herbs, spinach and tangy goats cheese. Simple and easy! Serves 2 Ingredients: 4 large free range eggs 1 tbsp fresh thyme Small handful of […]

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Perfect Fish Pie

  Perfect fish pie, has to be everybody’s favourite comfort food. There are many variations and the rule is there are no rules and you can put whatever you like in. Fish is expensive and less popular fish such as pollock & coley are worthy substitutes, vegetables can also be used to make the fish […]

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Matar Paneer

Matar Paneer originates from north India but is widely eaten all over. Paneer (cottage cheese) is served with peas in a spicy tomato based sauce, nice on its own or served as a separate course of a meal. Serves 4 Ingredients: 250g paneer 1/2 cup frozen peas 1 tin chopped tomatoes 2 medium onions, finely […]

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Sausage & Chicken Gumbo

Gumbo is one of America’s favourite stews, there are cajun & creole versions but the one thing they both have in common is they are made with lots of patience and love. Gumbo’s unique flavouring hinges on its roux and is traditionally made with flour and fat. You need the roux to have a darkish […]

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