A spicy and sour broth from Ravinder Bhogal.
This sweet and crunchy pickle is traditionally served with Vietnamese Banh Mi. It’s from ” Pickled” by Freddie Janssen.
A delicious way to serve duck from Diana Henry. I had some rhubarb relish leftover and found that it also went very well with a grilled lamb chop.
A quick and tasty stir fry from ” Chinese Food made Easy” by Ching He-Huang.
Another good soup from Trine Hahnemann which she describes as Scandinavian with influences from southern Europe.
A Turkish recipe from ” Eat Istanbul” by Andy Harris.
A very good fish soup from Trine Hahnemann.You do need a good stock, so allow plenty of time to prepare this and sweettalk your fishmonger into giving you the fishbones!
A delicious side to many Indian meat dishes from ” Kricket” by Will Bowlby.
A delicious main or side dish .
A favourite soup from Romy Gill.
A recipe from Nik Sharma.
An easy and addictive pickle from Bee Wilson. Its crunchy and refreshing if eaten immediately, but after a couple of days in the fridge it is softer and will turn a delicate coral.
Jamie Oliver’s fairly traditional take on this American classic. I found the recipe in ” Around the World in 80 Dishes”.
I found this recipe from Anna Jones in ” Around the World in 80 dishes” by David Loftus.
A very rich version of mashed potatoes from Mexico, The recipe is from ” Oaxaca” by Bricia Lopez and Javier Cabral.