Here is another Burmese recipe recipe from ” The Rangoon Sisters ” .
This recipe is from Jamaica but this can be found across the Caribbean islands. Its from ” The Cooking of the Caribbean” by Elizabeth Lambert Ortiz.
This beef hash is one of Cuba’s most popular dishes and it is also found in parts of Latin America. It can be served simply with just plain rice to accompany, or with black beans and rice, perhaps topped with a fried egg. This is from ” The Cooking of the Caribbean” by Elizabeth Lambert Ortiz.
This recipe from Guadeloupe is best made with richly flavoured dark rum from the French Islands, but any good dark rum will do. This is from ” The Cooking of the Caribbean” by Elizabeth Lambert Ortiz.
Poultry or meat dishes cooked with fruit are commonly found in the Spanish speaking islands of the Caribbean and indeed throughout Latin America. This practice originated in the Middle East, then spread to Spain when the Moors occupied the Iberian Peninsula. This is from Antigua and can be found in ” The Cooking of the Caribbean” by Elizabeth Lambert Ortiz.
A recipe for when you discover you have last minute guests from Nigella Lawson’s ” Nigella Express”. If you are using fresh vegetables instead of frozen you should double the amount of water, but keep the stock concentrate the same.
A quick version from Nigella Lawson’s ” Nigella Express”. She uses croutons rather than potatoes for speed.
An easy lunch or supper dish from Nigella Lawson’s ” Nigella Express”. They are great cold from the fridge too, so make a big batch and keep some for packed lunches .
A glorious pudding for summer or autumn from Nigella Lawson’s ” Nigella Express”. If you don’t have another blackberries you could substitute half the blackberries with chopped pears or apples. It is best served with thick cream or ice cream.
This Thai inspired curry is from Nigella Lawson’s ” Nigella Express” and should be served with plain rice or noodles. You can add more coconut milk for a soupier dish , and perhaps toss in some toasted chopped unsalted peanuts if you have them.
This is good with rice or noodles and is from ” Nigella Express” by Nigella Lawson. If cooking for just two of you prepare it all and have some cold with salad the next day.
This spinach omelette is very popular in Valencia. Its good served warm or cool, cut into quarters, with some piping hot chips fried in olive oil and a tomato and onion salad. It’s from ” The Cooking of Spain” by Elizabeth Luard.
A favourite spanish dish from ” The Cooking of Spain” by Elizabeth Luard. It is best made when the broad beans are small and tender and the pods can be included. You can use older podded beans or frozen ones if later in the season. It is lovely with thick slices of bread, rubbed with garlic and trickled with olive oil. Any leftovers, drained of extra juices, make a very good tortilla.
American crabcakes, a favourite recipe from ” Fish” by Sophie Grigson and William Black. Serve hot from the pan with coleslaw and lemon wedges, and have a bottle of Tabasco on the table.
This cornbread is best served still warm from the oven, with or without butter dribbling over it, but also good cold. It can be served as a simple lunch, or with soup, and makes a great base for a chicken stuffing. As an alternative to the bacon , or to complement, you can jazz it up with a selection from chopped sun dried tomatoes, spring onions, parma ham, cubes of Cheddar or Parmesan , chilli and herbs if wished . This is from ” Sophie Grigson’s Country Kitchen”.