A Silesian recipe which I found in ” Polska” by Zuza Zak.
A very good version of this Spanish classic from ” Moorish” by Ben Tish. There have been many times in Spain recently where I have been served these with a mixture of mayo and tomato ketchup and been somewhat disappointed . And the chips are very good on their own too.
A Korean dish of marinated meat and my go to dish whenever i visit my local restaurant Per and Kor. Its run by a lovely couple- she is Korean and he is Persian and I have never been disappointed with the food although there can be a bit of a wait. They serve their Bulgogi with crunchy lettuce leaves to wrap the beef. This version is from ” A Flash in the Pan” by John Whaite. Start making this in the morning to give the beef plenty of time to marinate.
A most delicious version of macaroni cheese from Diana Henry. It makes a little crabmeat go a long way, and will become my go to version of this dish.
Another easy supper from ” Cook as You Are ” by Ruby Tandoh. Serve with some mashed or boiled potatoes and some boiled or steamed greens.
A sweet and sour curry from ” A Flash in the Pan” by John Whaite.
A popular recipe in Yoruba cuisine which I found in ” Hibiscus” by Lope Ariyo. Serve with plain boiled rice.
A simple recipe from ” Indian Kitchen” by Maunika Gowardhan. Serve with chapattis and some raita.
A vegetarian version of the Swedish classic Beef Lindstrom from ” The Little Swedish Kitchen” by Rachel Khoo. The patties can be served with salad leaves, or some sliced avocado and crumbled feta. They also make very good vegetarian burgers served in a bun with some crispy Cos lettuce.
A simple but wholesome recipe from ” The Little Swedish Kitchen ” by Rachel Khoo.
A delicious vegetarian pie from ” The Little Swedish Kitchen” by Rachel Khoo.
More comfort food from Diana Henry.
A vegetarian recipe fit for a special occasion from Diana Henry.
A bowl of contrasts from Diana Henry.
An easy lamb kebab from ” Simply” by Sabrina Ghayour.