Chicken, potatoes and onion are cooked with Korean hot pepper paste and hot pepper powder in this spicy chicken stew, called Dakdoritang.
Quick and easy low fat curry to enjoy and make it as spicy as you like in under 30 minutes and all cooked in the same pan.
this is a great store cupboard favorite it is something my mum and i made up one night when we had unexspected company we didnt have a great deal of money so we used what was in the cupboard and store room at the time we were all apprehensive at the time now it is a great winter warmer when all you want to do is sit and watch tv ot read in front of the fire.
This dish is not only wholesome, but also extremely easy to make. It uses a few ingredients that you probably have at hand. The flavouring for the dish, comes from the natural juices of the chicken and the instant soup mix. Feel free to substitute in different flavoured soup granules. Serve with steamed vegetables.
This one pot nasi goreng is hearty and filling, great eaten by itself as a main course. Add some minced chilli to the pot if you like a bit of a flavour kick.
This is a good recipe for stormy weather. It fills the kitchen with lovely warm homely aromas, and is a favourite with the family. Serve with something green.
I have always loved Cajun foods but my wife doesn't like the spice - so I made my traditional Jambalaya without the heat. Everyone loved this recipe and I hope you will too.
This colourful dish contains chunks of tender chicken breast, first roasted with aubergine, courgettes and red pepper, then baked in a herby tomato and olive sauce with a crumbly oat crust.
This is a very quick and easy meal that was passed down to me from my mum, who claims she invented it (I'm not sure that I believe her though). Done in a matter of minutes, great for last minute dinner parties! Guests will enjoy the variety of taste in this meal.
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