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05 June 2015 @ 07:56 pm
These make for a tasty sweet treat with no refined sugar.

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02 June 2015 @ 09:10 pm
Haluski is a Hungarian recipe of cabbage and noodles, and it makes for damn fine comfort food! Cheap too, especially if you skip the bacon and sausage, which we tend to add to make it more of a main dish than a side dish. Serves 2, easily scaled up.

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22 May 2015 @ 11:13 pm
These are simple but so filling and tasty.

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Quick, easy, and much cheaper than a takeaway. Serves 2. The portions look small but trust me, this is rich and filling!

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29 April 2015 @ 09:43 am
A summery stew, whatever next? Yet the flavours in this are light and fresh enough to work even when the weather is warmer. Serves four with a side dish, or two on its own (or with bread). The 3/4 cup red lentils was a mistake (yes, I accidentally threw red lentils into the wrong pan ... in my defence I was cooking two dishes at once ...) but in fact they thickened it nicely and lent a lovely colour.

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asparagusbeans
 
 
29 April 2015 @ 09:21 am
Not sure what to do with those radishes that are rolling around in the salad drawer (ooo-er)? Stir fry them and add them to couscous for a tasty crunch. Serves two.

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couscous
 
 
28 April 2015 @ 09:58 am
This keeps well in the fridge for a couple of days, and is much cheaper and (in my opinion) nicer than store bought veggie pates.

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mushroompate
 
 
28 April 2015 @ 09:44 am
Believed to be Tunisian in origin (if you believe wikipedia anyway!), this is a popular Israeli dish that is often eaten for breakfast. Why shakshuka with a twist? Because I happened to have plenty of fresh coriander in the house, and I don't tend to cook with chili powder unless I feel a recipe desperately needs it, so I modified the original recipe to have a mild curry flavour with plenty of coriander. I also added mushrooms. You don't have to do that though; I've included instructions for both variations below. Serves two.

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shakshuka