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Kikinda Butta Chikkin

This is a total cheat fusion dish made from jars of commercial sauce but it is delicious! This is a non-cook’s dream to prepare and tastes very authentic.  But authentic what?  The Moroccan Harissa chilli sauce is very hot with … Continue reading

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Mushroom & Ham Risotto

This could be made with prawns, chicken or turkey instead of ham, or made vegetarian by leaving out the meat and using vegetable stock.  I had some nice ham on the bone on hand, or it would probably have been … Continue reading

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Aapehaar – Abon Daging

Aap haar is Dutch for “ape hair”, which this shredded fried spiced beef resembles. It is a Dutch version of an Indonesian dish called abon daging.  It is what is known as a rice puller, a flavoursome condiment to be served with rice. … Continue reading

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Chow Mein Toasted Sandwiches

The best way to enjoy left-over chow mein.    

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Fusion Chow Mein

Fusion Chow Mein. I can’t think of anything else to call it.  This is one of my favourite ways to prepare chicken and vegetables.  As cold leftovers it is also one of my favourite sandwich fillings.  Chow Mein sandwiches.  Believe … Continue reading

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Fusilli, Bacon and Cheese

The ultimate comfort food.  Bacon, cheese and pasta.   This is what the Greeks meant by Ambrosia. I can’t believe I haven’t blogged this recipe before.  It is truly the best. Making it this way with layers, rather than mixing … Continue reading

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