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Spatchcock in a Vegetable Bed

This is a barbecue recipe I invented. I can’t believe I haven’t blogged it before. A spatchcock is a chicken or game bird that is split down the back and grilled or barbecued. I’ve made it a few times, and … Continue reading

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Caravansayur: Traveller’s Sayur in Peanut Gravy.

(low sodium) A quick and easy delicious fusion of Thai green curry and Indonesian style vegetables (sayur) using chicken breast, prawns or pork fillet. Ingredients for two servings of about 2000 kJ (480 Calories) total Other green vegetables such as … Continue reading

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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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