Ranch, Dry Onion Soup Mix and Taco Seasoning from Dian
I found this recipe from British Turkey and I’m keen to try it, I haven’t had a decent Dhansak since I left the UK, hot sweet and sour delicious. You can also find British Turkey on Facebook.Turkey Dhansak
I found this recipe at My Clean Kitchen which is the brain child of Sara Christopherson and Jessica Warrens. The recipe called for fresh coriander which I didn’t have so I made a few changes to the recipe.
Paneer pakora, From Priya Shiva
My friend Hanneica hanneicaskitchen sent over this recipe for Braaied Spareribs she says, “In South Africa we call cooking a meal over a charcoal fire in the outdoors a braai, the same as you call it a BBQ. The word comes from the Afrikaans ‘braaivleis’, which means literally ‘burn meat’”
My friend Haffa posted this delicious lasagne recipe, with lots of photographs with step by step instructions
Typical lavish & tempting Lasagna, is a traditional dish, filled with minced meat, white sauce & loads of cheese, that appeals to people of every age. It is simply outstanding & marvelous.
Mary at http://cookingwithmaryandfriends.blogspot.fr sent over these delicious looking No Bake Strawberry Cheesecake Parfaits
“I would love to bring you some No Bake Strawberry Cheesecake Parfaits made with homemade strawberry pie filling! I hope you enjoy them”
Yellow Lentil Pancake
My friend Barbara Munro Donnelly sent a recipe for a vegetarian Tagine, I do love cooking in my tagine, when serving it looks beatiful when presented at the table.Read More about... BARBARELLA’S VEGETABLE TAJINE
Another recipe from my good friend Patty at COOKING ON A BUDGET,
Parmesan and Panko Pork Cutlets for dinner any night of the week. Using our marinara sauce we just made and taking the cutlets from the whole loin we purchased out of the freezer, I put together a different version of my Pork Cutlet Parmesan. Replacing regular plain bread crumbs with ground panko crumbs and adding in some basic Italian spices and lots of grated Parmesan cheese helped elevate the level of taste in this recipe.Read More about... Parmesan and Panko Pork Cutlets
Poached Cod in Seafood Sauce from my new friend Patty at Cooking On A Budget
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Getting Started With Pickling/Canning
“Dum aloo is one the most popular dishes in North India. There are many variations for this dish and decided to try this recipe from one of my favourite sites and a legend Tarla Dalal. I loved this variation compared to Kashmiri Dum Aloo which is cooked in a sealed pan in yoghurt gravy.”
Tabbouleh! The mother of all Lebanese salads. Looking for a healthy Mediterranean and flavorful salad? Go no further. The most time-consuming part of making tabbouleh, is washing, drying, and finely chopping the parsley (of course hand chopping).
Dannys Pork Wellington
Love it when my friends share ther food photos,Wendys Hot Cross Buns
Penny Smiths Dog Biscuits
Yvonnes Strawberry sponge cake
Su Dobson sent me photographs of her Christmas lunch, looks great Su. Amuse bouches: butternut squash soup, prawn cocktail and egg mayo with smoked salmon. Beef Wellington Thanks for the photo’s Su looks lovely.Read More about... Su Dobson, Christmas food
Who runs the incredible ScratchingCanvas.com was kind enough to allow me to publish one of her great recipes here.
I just started my baking session with veggies and I’m in love with it already; ‘Truly Deeply Madly’. Though I’m still stuck with the pumpkin but honestly I’m loving every bit of it.Read More about... Yeast Free Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls..
My friend Cathy Mc sent me this message…
Ros, After you got me hooked on Baked Camembert again watching your video.
I made this one last night, had mates round to sample some of the local french wine, that we had brought over to the UK.
it turned out really nice so wanted to share with you all..
Approx. 2 Tbsp. Olive Oil
1 Onion, chopped
2 Red Peppers, chopped
2 Garlic Cloves, crushed
1-2 Tsps. Sweet Paprika (depends on your taste)
Cup of frozen peas (defrosted)