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Chorizo And Lemon Prawns

Prawns, prawns, prawns! How do we love thee, let us count the ways. There’s nothing more tasty and rewarding to make than succulent fresh prawns. They allow you to capture a taste of the sea and turn a simple meal into a masterpiece in just a few minutes. By combining its fleshy sweetness with the acidity of lemon and spice of chorizo, this meal is a vibrant, tangy combination that you can…
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Satisfying Sage and Pork Sausage Rolls

Classy Veal al Limone

FoodLight Meals and Snacks

Muesli Breakfast Bars

Mornings are sometimes such a rush and these muesli bars are easy to make and ready to go. You only need one hand to eat them and you can munch on the run. Apart from that, they’re a healthy breakfast option and will keep your hunger at bay right through to lunchtime. They’re perfect snacks to add to a school lunchbox, as part of a work lunch, or to take on a picnic or hike. And in…
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Rich Butternut Soup

Rosemary And Sea Salt Focaccia

FoodSweets and Desserts

Best Banana Bread

Banana bread is something no home should be without. If you have kids around, expect it to disappear in a day or two. Unlike its savoury brown and white bread cousins, this loaf is really half-cake. It’s moist, sweet and keeps you pretty full for a long time, so it works just as well for breakfast on its own, as a dessert with custard, or anytime snack plain or toasted. Almost everyone grew…
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Blissful Blackberry Mousse

How to Make Clotted Cream at Home

FoodSweets and Desserts

How to Make Clotted Cream at Home

Clotted cream is a silky, rich, yellow cream with a distinctive crust on the surface and a sweetish taste. While some cream may be poured or spooned on, clotted cream can only ever be spread or dolloped in blobs and globs that leave sticky trails everywhere. If it’s not thick enough to see your teeth marks after tucking into it, it’s just not proper clotted cream. There’s…
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Blissful Blackberry Mousse

Best Banana Bread

FoodMeat

Lamb Kebabs That Simply Fly Off The Plate

Lamb kebabs are beautiful, tender cubes of lamb marinated and skewered on a stick, interspersed with vegetables and grilled, roasted or barbecued to blackened perfection. Originally threaded onto long sticks and cooked over and open fire, this tasty meal originated in the Middle East, where they are called kebabs, and Greece, where they’re known as souvlaki. Whatever you call them, just…
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Satisfying Sage and Pork Sausage Rolls

Classy Veal al Limone

FoodSweets and Desserts

Scrumptious Chocolate Whoopie Pies

The ultimate cookie-brownie upgrade, whoopie pies are like little mini cake sandwiches that you can hold – and gobble down – with just one hand. Soft, sweet and sumptuous, it’s not difficult to figure out how they earned the name they so richly deserve! They’re so easy to make and incredibly delicious, jammed together with a delectable filling. This recipe fuses chewy cocoa…
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Blissful Blackberry Mousse

Best Banana Bread

FoodMeat

West African Peanut Butter Chicken Moambe

This unusual and unexpectedly tasty chicken dish originates in West Africa and is a national favourite of the Democratic Republic of Congo and the Congo. It’s a type of chicken stew with a tasty, rich, spicy and nutty gravy. Although this recipe is based on the original, it doesn’t include palm oil and uses chicken breast instead of whole chicken pieces – but the taste stays…
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Satisfying Sage and Pork Sausage Rolls

Classy Veal al Limone

FoodSweets and Desserts

Oh Là Là Lemon Tart

Lemon tart is one of the original greats – a timeless dessert that cleanses the palate with a blast of citrus, while soothing a sweet tooth at the same time. Tart, zingy and refreshing, it’s the perfect end to a meal, whether served on its own or with a dollop of fresh cream to soften the edges. When life gives you lemons, make lemon tart! Just about every bakery in Paris…
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Blissful Blackberry Mousse

Best Banana Bread

FoodSweets and Desserts

The Perfect Pastéis De Nata Should Look And Taste Like This

Pasteis de nata are little Portuguese custard tarts that – when baked to absolute perfection – harbour a well of creamy vanilla egg custard in a crispy puff pastry shell, lightly burnt on top, melting in the mouth after just a few chews. Many have tried to make these to the traditional recipe but getting the combination of flavour and texture just right takes time, patience and…
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Blissful Blackberry Mousse

Best Banana Bread

FoodSauces and Condiments

A Bit Of Onion Jam Goes With Everything

Onion jam is a sweet and sour jelly preserve that you’ll find yourself using in so many different ways. It marries well with most meats, with brie and crackers, in quiches, on sandwiches, on sausages, on hotdogs and of course slathered onto hamburgers. Your family will love having this blobbed on top of just about anything and you’ll make very good friends if you share a bottle or two.
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Smoky Baba Ganoush

Pickled Onions