Lemon scented chicken with rosemary mash

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Kevin Dundon's delicious recipe for chicken and mash, who needs Nando's?

Medjool Dates with Crozier Blue Cheese

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How easy can a delicious bite be? The blue cheese needs to be mild and meltingly ripe. We were served this delicious little morsel with a Swedish Blue cheese at Wardshuset Ulla Winbladh beside Skansen in Stockholm. It's become a favourite little nibble with a drink.

Chocolate Truffles

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Keep in the freezer in an airtight container until ready to enjoy.

Pickled Chicken Curry

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Now sprinkle some fresh coriander and serve hot with fluffy rice or naan bread.

Betty Crocker Crepes Suzette

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The old favourite.

Quick Mussels with Carrot

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Mussels are available all year round from most good fish mongers. They are a quick and easy meal, be it as a starter to share at a dinner party or a main course, served with home cut chips. They are also very reasonably priced, with a kilo costing around €4.00. Be sure to only use mussels that are fully closed prior to cooking and discard any unopened ones if they have not opened during the cooking process.

Beef, wild mushroom and red wine pie

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Beef, wild mushroom and red wine Courtesy of Jus roll

Chicken and Vegetable Noodles

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In Nepal we eat a lot of noodles due mainly to the Tibetan influence on our cooking, however this dish is popular all over Nepal, not just in the parts which border Tibet. As a one-pot dish this is a very convenient easy dish as well as being healthy and nutritious. Please don't be put off by the long list of ingredients as many of these are store cupboard items and you do not need to include every vegetable mentioned. I think these noodles are best served hot or warm but I do have some friends that like to serve this as a cold salad on picnics or for lunch.




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