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Double Cornish Fritters.

So delicious. The yoghurt reacts with the self-raising flour to make fritters that are golden crisp with a creamy centre. You could substitute ham or smoked chicken for the corned beef, but then the fritters would not be so Cornish. … Continue reading

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Udon Goreng

A low sodium, low fat, fusion version of Mee Goreng (Bahmi Goreng). For a fuller sodium version include more kecap manis and use trasi (shrimp paste). Instead of fried egg noodles, I substituted udon. This recipe made two very generous … Continue reading

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Low Sodium Chilli Pork Chow Mein

Keeping it simple. This recipe has come so much closer to the authentic Chinese takeaway I enjoyed as a youngster in NZ than anything I’ve tried before. Another example, perhaps, of “less is more”. I found a small 220g pork … Continue reading

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Toasted Sriracha Chicken Thigh

Cooking for one means I am looking for quick and easy ways to prepare meals that are enjoyable, healthy, and not boring. Boneless, skinless chicken thighs are my go-to poultry choice because In my opinion they have the best flavour. … Continue reading

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Alan’s Tomato and Corn Salsa Mk. 1, 2 & 3

Three different flavours, depending on your taste, and what it is to accompany. 1. 1 red onion, chopped. 3. salt and pepper 4. 1 Tbsp lime juice 5. A smidgeon of crushed garlic 6. 2 red or green jalapeño chillies, … Continue reading

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Red Salad

Who would have thought that pickled red cabbage and iceberg lettuce would make a good combination? They do. I made this red salad to have with a boneless skinless chicken thigh that I salted and peppered then grilled between two … Continue reading

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Chicken & Vegetables in Sweet Chilli Sambal

Being on this healthy eating kick, I eschew sweet biscuits, cakes and confectionery, even chocolate! But I still get a craving for something sweet now and then. There’s too much sugar in commercial sweet chilli sauce (I read the labels … Continue reading

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