A favourite at our house - a yummy rich goulash minus the meat. Serve with rice, pasta or potatoes. You can substitute the Quorn for tofu that's been shallow fried or sliced mushrooms. Hope you enjoy!
This is a quick and easy snack to make. It's great for kids or the kid in you. A jam sandwich is soaked in sweetened egg and pan-fried to perfection.
The British have always relished sweet-sour flavour combinations, and the vibrant mixture of beetroot and rhubarb provides just that.
Chicken stcok, beer or water can be used in place of turkey stock.
Invented by a friend and I while very drunk after a midweek afternoon pool tournament. I somehow had the where-with-all to write it down. I reckon it'd work well with swordfish but I've never tried it.
This is a traditional Norwegian potato pancake. We eat ours with butter and sugar.
This polenta pancake has its roots in Native American cuisine, and has been called loads of names over the years - hoecakes, Shawnee cakes and ashcakes, just to name a few. Serve hot with honey and butter for a unique breakfast treat.
A Japanese style dinner 'pancake' integrating cabbage and meat for a delicious meal!
Ladoos are an Indian and Pakistani sweet. I added a twist to mine and included coconut...my family love these. They can be enjoyed at any occasion, as a treat during tea time, etc. And they're easy to make, in my opinion.
This is the first recipe I've made by myself, usually I use a recipe but didn't have access to the internet. I cooked this with chunks of chicken but plan on cooking it to have with scallops so this recipe is just for the salsa. It would also go great with some pasta though. If anyone has any advice or tips for me then they would be greatly appreciated as I am a beginner cook. Thanks and enjoy :)