All Recipes

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    Fall-apart spiced meat, a tart and zesty salsa, grilled greens all tucked into a taco - this dish is a winner! It's great for a family meal but I've also served it for casual gatherings with all the fixings laid out for people to make their own tacos. The flavours are brilliant! Thanks to Hagen's Organics for the inspiration!
  • One of my absolute favourite projects is to source chef’s recipes and share them with my community. This savoury waffle is one of those and it’s brilliant! I ate it at Rare Hare with horseradish cream and salmon caviar: the combination of crunchy-soft waffle, the creamy kick of the horseradish and the pop of the caviar was just stunning. If you don't have a waffle iron, just make wumpets :)
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    Meat falling off the bone. A rich braising sauce. Coconut rice. A nutty Thai-style coleslaw. Have I got you yet?
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    Succulent lamb shanks, the goodness of barley, root veg and greens, and the bright zing of dill oil add up to a sustaining and satisfying casserole.
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    Rendang is a typical Malaysian curry, an absolute favourite that's loved all around the world. There are countless variations - today's is cooked by Malay cookbook author Suriya Abdullah, who I was delighted to spend time with in Kuala Lumpur.
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    Aligot is a French-style mash that doesn't quite know if it's cheesy mash or potatoey cheese. Think equal quantities of dairy and spud combined in a wonderful romance. It's ooey-gooey delicious and you need it in your life...though probably not every day!   
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    I am a biiiiiig Jo 'Quirky Cooking' Whitton fan - and my fandom leapt up a notch when I tried her Chicken Pot Pies. As well as being grain-free, dairy-free and gluten-free they are creamy and crispy in all the right places and downright tasty and wholesome all round.
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    I can't even write about this Joseph Vargetto dish without salivating. It is so delicious. Beef is marinated in red wine, caramelised in a pan with mushrooms, then braised in the Thermomix until it's melting tender and full of flavour. Just before serving, polenta is cooked with butter and cheese to irresistibility.
  • My version of this curry classic pays homage to the original 1950s Delhi version but it's super easy and quick. The flavour of the curry powder is key to this dish - its worth making my vadouvan curry powder but any good blend will do the trick.