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Water Kefir - getting started with live grains.
So, making your own water kefir can all seem a bit daunting - like it's some kind of exclusive club? Well, fortunately the process is actually really easy, and there are lots of places and people out there full of information! Not only that, you're getting ...
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Pork Vindaloo Curry - Thermomix method
A fiery curry, popular in Goa which is packed full of flavour Although
it's not the hottest of all the curries, vindaloo is known as being
notoriously hot - however, the chilli is just one dimension of the
flavours of a vindaloo. Some
versions have cube...
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Pork Vindaloo - with Skinny Suggestions
A fiery curry, popular in Goa which is packed full of flavour Although it's not the hottest of all the curries, vindaloo is known as being notoriously hot - however, the chilli is just one small part of the flavours of a vindaloo. Some versions have cubed p...
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Cajun-spiced Chicken with Mango Salsa and Baby Leaves
This is one of my favourite stand-bys... And this post is a little bit like putting a jigsaw together! I posted my recipe for Cajun Spice / Seasoning Mix separately (although you can just use a pre-made Cajun Seasoning if you wish), as well as posting the M...
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Mango, Red Pepper and Coriander Salsa
Fruity and Fresh, Zingy and Zesty... This simple salsa with a kick is really versatile - I love it with either spicy or plain grilled, griddled or barbequed chicken, pork or fish - for me it's usually Cajun-spiced chicken, which is one of my staple go-to fo...
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Cajun Spice / Seasoning Mix
Like it spicy and full of flavour? Want to add a tasty kick the next time you grill, griddle or barbeque some chicken, pork or salmon, or indeed anything else you fancy? Fed up of paying over-the-odds for pre-made spice mixes? Well, make it yourself then! I...
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Cauliflower Cheese with Roasted Cauliflower and a Parmesan Crust
When it's good, it's very, very good... If you're passionate about cauliflower, you'll find that tossing it in oil then roasting it intensifies and transforms the taste, giving a deep, nutty,  flavour. You could eat it on it's own like this, with a sprinkli...
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Tea-Smoked Chicken, Mango and Asparagus Salad with a Toasted Sesame and Soy Dressing
A simple salad to throw together - you could use any cooked chicken, or tea-smoke your own! Tired of eating the same old salads? Bored of bland, dry, chicken? Want something that is equally delightful as a light meal or an impressive starter if you make the...
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Tea-infused Wok-smoked Chicken Breasts
Smoking in a wok (or large pan) is surprisingly easy! Inspired by the Sichuan method of smoking duck, and having used the
tea/sugar/raw rice method of smoking with delicious results with my Tea-smoked Teriyaki Trout in an outdoor, lidded barbeque, I
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Tea-Smoked Teriyaki Trout (or Salmon)
Smoking, Brining and Photo-Editing No, I'm not talking 20 Marlboro... I'm itching to get my smoker fired up (it's an eco smoker, which is essentially a cardboard box with metal shelves in it, and a fantastic little smoker in the bottom that burns for up to ...
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