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  • Fresh Mushrooms, 3 ways

    There are many edible varieties of Mushrooms. They are classified as fungi (not vegetables). The most used ones are the white Button and brown mushrooms. They are a rich source of vitamins and minerals and we should include them often in our diets. Whilst raw mushrooms may be beneficial (in salads, for example), it has […]

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  • Kedgeree (Rice & Prawns) – Or (Rice & Roasted Butternut Squash)

    Kedgeree is a British dish with Indian roots. The “Larousse Gastronomique” explains that this dish originated from a concoction of spiced lentils, rice, fried onions and ginger known as Khichiri, dating back to the 14th century and eaten across India. The early colonists developed a taste for it and over the years changed the recipe […]

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  • Pilaf of Bulgur and Vegetables (Bulgur Abour)

    The Armenian name of this dish is Bulgur Abour. Bulgur is wheat which is boiled then dried and cracked. Therefore, when soaked, the bulgur does not need to be cooked to be soft. One cup of dry bulgur makes about 2 cups of soaked or cooked bulgur. For this pilaf you need the coarse grain […]

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  • Chicken Drumsticks & 5 Vegetables Casserole

    Chicken drumsticks and your five a day in one go! This comfort dish is quick to prepare and so good, taste and nutrition wise. For a healthier version, remove the skin on the drumsticks.

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  • Jwaneh Djej – Chicken wings in a tangy sauce

    This is my version of this Lebanese recipe; finger licking good and easy to prepare! It can be served as a main dish, as a starter or part of a mezze. Fresh coriander is part of the ingredients. If you don’t like it, replace it by fresh parsley.

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