Accompaniments

Side orders, vegetables, rice, sauces... accompaniments are an important part of any meal. Browse this section to find the right one for your meal!

 
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A different way to serve courgettes

Published 11 Jun 2009
by  Molly

As the title says, this is a tasty way to serve courgettes, particularly if you add prawns or other shelled sea food at the end. Serves 4

 
 

Abergine bake.

Published 11 Jun 2009
by  DEB

This is a very healthy recipe and really good for those on a diet plan. I am doing slimming Word and this is only 1 syn.

 
 

African American BBQ sauce - the real deal!

Published 11 Jun 2009
by  Peter

I got this from a USAF base and it came straight from the black guys (can I say black, is that PC?). I never take much notice of the relative quantities, just keep tasting it to get a balance between sweet and sharp and flavour.

 
 

Ale Braised Carrots with Shallots

Published 12 Aug 2011
by Mustard Comms

Hearty and warming for an evening meal

 
 

Alpine Green Bean Gratin

Published 11 Jun 2009
by Yummy

Al dente green beans in a creamy chhesey sauce, topped with crunchy Breadcrumbs. Ring the changes by putting in some Bacon lardons with the beans.

 
 

'Amazing' Dry Spice Rub

Published 11 Jun 2009
by  Lynda Down Under

This 'rub' can be used on pork as well as chicken. Note: It's worthwhile stocking up on these spices to make up larger batches to store and use on the spur of the moment.

 
 

Apple Butter

Published 11 Jun 2009
by  Lesley

Found this recipe in an old cook book and as I have so many apples gave it a go, really nice.

 
 

Apple Coleslaw ( American Recipe)

Published 11 Jun 2009
by nannyogg

my daughters american friend gave this recipe to me, when she found out I am diabetic.

 
 

apple jelly

Published 26 Oct 2010
by madeline

A lovely sweet apple flavoured jelly to use with meats or use with cream in a victoria sponge or scone.

 

 
 

Apple sauce (not stewed apples) - lovely with pork steaks

Published 11 Jun 2009
by Saffy

A tasty apple sauce (not a mushy one) to go with pork chops.

 
 
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