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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gingered carrots

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1c chicken stock 12 c dry white wine 4c cut up carrots 12c sliced shallots 2 garlic clove minced 1 tsppeeled grated fresh ginger pinch curry powder salt 1tsp lemon juice zest from lemon 12 tblsp sugar 1 tsp cornstarch dissolved in 1 tblsp white wine.

 
 

Gourmet Thins can make winning the weight-loss war so much easier

Published 02 Apr 2010
by Sydney the foodie

Gourmet Thins (Both in Bran & Rye and Sesame) have been very popular for over 20 years now... (They look very good value if you compare with Ryvita Thins !)

 
 

Grapefruit Sauce

Published 19 Jun 2013
by  Wendy

This goes well with barbecued chicken

 
 

Gravy

Published 11 Jun 2009
by  janjam

Love making this as the kitchen just fills with a lovely smell.

 
 

GREEK ROASTED POTATOES

Published 11 Jun 2009
by Saffy

The famous Saffy Greek Roast Potatoes. Really tasty and the perfect accompaniament to BBQ'd meats.

 
 

Green Beans in Oil - Serves 6

Published 11 Jun 2009
by Biggles !

We enjoy any green bean cooked in this manner, cut beans to approx 2 inch length, and find it delicious, hot, warm or cold. I have frozen the dish quite successfully. I usually cook this much longer on a low gas.

 
 

Griddled Peppers and Aubergine

Published 11 Jun 2009
by Saffy

Not exactly rocket science - you don't really need a recipe, but I've put one here as the photo is on DQ's Picasa site.

 
 

Harissa couscous

Published 09 Mar 2011
by  janjam

Goes brilliantly with a tagine.  This is enough for 6-8 people - I normally halve this for 4 people - but it's nice served cold too!

 
 

Honey and Mustard salad dressing

Published 05 Jun 2010
by  janjam

A really easy and nicer than shop bought dressing. Why bother to buy when its this easy!!

 
 

Honey and Thyme Roasted Carrots

Published 12 Aug 2011
by Mustard Comms

When you’ve got the oven on for a roast, why not pop the carrots in too? Roasted they have a wonderfully sweet, dense flavour and smooth velvety texture. Kids will particularly love them.

 
 
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