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Garlic Prawn Stir Fry

  Continuing my search for good meals for one to that are quick and simple to prepare, preferably in only one pan, in a caravan. And in furtherance of my determination to eat good healthy food, but not have heaps … Continue reading

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Kate’s Dalai Lama Soup.

In honour of the Dalai Lama, Kate created this delicious soup from homemade vegetable stock, onion, turmeric, pumpkin, carrots and orange sweet potatoes, and from purple sweet potatoes, beetroot, red onion and carrot. The colours represent the robes of the … Continue reading

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Chicken And Capsicum Fajitas the easy way.

When you live in a caravan, it is time to simplify. For example I halved this recipe. Ingredients: 500g boneless chicken thighs, sliced thinly I packet of proprietory fajita spice mix 2 chillies 1/2 each red and green capsicum, chopped … Continue reading

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Chicken Tarka

My poultry adaption of Tarka dahl, the traditional Bengali vegetarian dish of Chana Dahl, gram and cumin. 1 chicken breast, cubed 1 1/2 cups chicken stock 200g chana dhal (yellow dried split peas) Water for cooking the dahl 1 cup … Continue reading

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Portuguese Two-Onion Curry

  This is a hot curry, and traditionally uses pork. However chicken or beef works well. This recipe uses gravy beef and is cooked in the slow cooker. Ingredients: 400-500g gravy beef cut into largish cubes 2-3cm. 1 onion finely … Continue reading

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Chicken in Peanut Gravy

This is an Indonesian fusion adaption of my own.  In my opinion it is best made with chicken thighs though I had only breast available when I made this. Two chicken breasts cut into large pieces, or four to six … Continue reading

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