Serve with soda bread.
Your new favourite?
Sip slowly throughout the day.
If you can marinate this the night before, happy days.
This is lovely, simple dish - a perfect lemony, nutty, buttery balance. It would even work as a snack or as a casual starter.
This is a beautifully simple and tasty dish that will make you feel healthy after eating it. It's light and spicy and is perfect accompanied by chopped spring onions, sharp green salad and a glass of chilled white wine. But asparagus goes really well with it too, especially with all those umami flavours! If you want to avoid the refined sugar in the chilli sauce, then you can always use a little squeeze on honey and some chilli flakes instead.
A delicious shredded duck salad from Domini Kemp as seen on the Today Show.
This is a great dinner party dessert. I've also made this using rice flour instead of the regular flour, which I believe is okay for certain coeliacs to eat.
I often put chilies in the freezer as it seems to make them fairly mild and then I don't bother to de-seed them and they're never too hot. They're also very easy to slice when frozen.
Quick and easy scrumptious pasta salad.
This seems a little dull, but was really nice to eat.
These can be wrapped up and left for a few hours before baking. They don't take long but I would bring them to room temperature before cooking, so leave them out of the fridge for 30 minutes before plonking in the oven.
A delicious savoury tart.
A nice way to jazz up some sweet potatoes if you're stuck for ideas.
A healthy, easy-to-prepare, meal.
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