A recipe from Diana Henry which she discovered in Vienna,
A Indian recipe from ” New Covent Garden Book of Soups”.
A lovely vegetarian brunch dish from Cue Point.
A Caribbean recipe from chef Andi Oliver which i found in ” The Pepperpot Diaries”
This recipe from Nigel Slater is good served with some pilau rice and perhaps a green salad.
A new way with salmon which I found in ” The Art of Friday Night Dinner” by Eleanor Staefel.
A simple recipe from Asma Khan’s ” Ammu”. Serve with some plain boiled rice.
A Mexican inspired breakfast, lunch or light supper from Waitrose. If you like you could add some sliced avocado.
Sausages in an aromatic sweet and sour sauce from ” Mezcla” by Ixta Belfrage. If you like you could add some tinned or jarred beans to make this a more substantial dish, or serve with grilled bread to mop up the juices. Tuscan or Sicilian fennel and chilli sausages are good in this if you can find them, but if not any good quality and quite fatty sausages will do nicely.
A favourite recipe for venison from ” Rice, Spice and All Things Nice” by Reza Mahammad.
A one pan vegetarian version of this famous pasta dish. Its from ” Flavour” by Yotam Ottolenghi and Ixta Belfrage.
A delicious vegetarian supper from Meera Sodha.
A gently spiced breakfast from ” A Flash in the Pan” by John Whaite.
A speedy supper from Nisha Katona.
This is a popular street food found everywhere in Nepal. It is a direct influence from the Indo- Chinese borders of the country and is usually served with Chow Mein and perhaps Hot and Sour Soup. This version is from ” Ayla” by Santosh Shah.