A south Indian version of crab curry from ” The cooking of Southern India” by Rafi Fernandez.
Another favourite from Sophie Grigson’s ” Eat your Greens” .
A Keralan dish from Madhur Jaffrey’s ” A Taste of India”.
This is from “Madhur Jaffrey’s Cookbook”.
This recipe is from the Australia Women’s Weekly ” Easy Vietnamese Style Cookery”.
A subtle South Indian curry from Das Sreedharan which goes well with Tamarind Rice or Indian breads such as Paratha. He recommends using white pumpkin if this is available, but any variety will work well.
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.
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.
A quick, healthy and nutritious dish from Tana Ramsay’s ” Home Made”.
This is from ” The Rangoon Sisters” by Amy Chung and Emily Chung.
A very rich recipe for a starter, lunch or supper from Diana Henry. Serve with plenty of toast and a green salad.
This is a traditional and luxurious recipe from Ostend which i found in the ” Belgo Cookbook” by Denis Blais and Andre Plisnier.
This is another recipe from the ” Belgo Cookbook” by Denis Blais and Andre Plisnier.
This recipe is for the basic preparation of a plate or platter of mussels on the half shell, which you can then top with various sauces. Its from the ” Belgo Cookbook”. It will serve one as a main course, two as a starter or four as a Tapas.
This is from ” Belgo Cookbook” by Denis Blais and Andre Plisnier. Its a great source for recipes for Mussels ( and indeed other Belgian dishes) so if you eat shellfish and love them as much as i do I recommend hunting out a copy. Mussels are packed with minerals. high in protein and low in saturated fats so one of the healthiest foods you can eat. Enjoy.