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3hr10min

Traditional Jamaican rice and peas (well kidney beans).

Recipe by: SloeWolf

 
5 reviews
 
55min

Nourishing lentils are great value and very good for you. The warm spices and rich coconut milk combine to create an intoxicatingly flavoured dish.

Recipe by: Maggie Pannell

 
6 reviews
 
40min

This garlicky seafood stew is packed with mussels, seabass and prawns. It's beautiful colour comes from the cooked tomatoes and saffron.

Recipe by: Mary Young

 
No reviews
 
2hr

Middle-Eastern influences bring beans, aubergines, apricots, garlic and warm spices to this lamb hotpot, but the topping is in traditional British style – a golden layer of parsnip slices.

Recipe by: Norma MacMillan

 
No reviews
 
20min

Rice and corn pasta is great for those with a wheat intolerance. It cooks and tastes just like wheat pasta and comes in a variety of shapes. This is a flavour-packed dish and simply needs a crunchy green salad to complete the meal.

Recipe by: Maggie Pannell

 
5 reviews
 
1hr

Other winter vegetables can be used in this thick, warming soup. Try Jerusalem artichokes or swede in place of the parsnips or carrots. Garlic sippets are also very good with this.

Recipe by: Chrissie Lloyd

 
No reviews
 
20min

Mussels are great value and there's nothing better than sitting down to a huge bowlful, and mopping up the sauce with chunks of baguette.

Recipe by: Maggie Pannell

 
1 review
 
45min

Pizzoccheri is a typical dish from Valtellina, the alpine region where my grandparents are from. It is made with a special type of pasta made with buckwheat, the "pizzoccheri", shaped as a short tagliatelle, about 7-8cm long and a bit thicker, cooked together with potatoes and cabbage or chard leaves. It is simple to make and goes down like a storm!!

Recipe by: mammaSERE

 
2 reviews
 
25min

I'm a very, VERY basic eater and I don't do veg (except for the mighty potato) and spices are usually out of the window too. Bonanza Pie is just a nice way to jumble what I like into one dish. Those who have tried it have all reported back positively.

Recipe by: garybundy

 
No reviews
 
30min

This was a quick & simple meal my Mother in Law used to prepare,she came from Scotland near Oban and was a regular meal for the Family,cheap and very filling. When preparing do not add more than the amount of water stated, as a rule of the thumb,it should only cover 1/4 of the contents

Recipe by: superpop

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