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kick start your carrots

Published 11 Jun 2009
by nannyogg

have been clearing some of the clutter from my cupboards and found a recipe card I picked up in sainsbury's quite a while ago.


Kipper paste

Published 11 Jun 2009
by Francisca

Delicious and so simple…


Kiwi and Strawberry Smoothie

Published 20 Jul 2011
by talinehay

Kiwi and Strawberry Smoothie Recipe
This is a delicious smoothie which I have tried many times. It is ideal for any time of day, especially just when you need an energy b


Kiwi Daiquiri

Published 28 Jul 2011
by  Beverly Roberts

(Serves 2) A nice refreshing alternative to the more common strawberry daiquiri (tried and tested). Great at summer barbecues and parties.


Kiwi Gin and Tonic

Published 20 Jul 2011
by  Ian Westerman

A very straightforward but pleasant adaptation of Gin and Tonic


kiwi surprise

Published 19 Jul 2011
by mistywest

a great healthy way to start the day, full of goodness and gives you plenty of energy. while keeping you full up for longer.


kiwifruit dressing

Published 21 Jul 2011
by gigi

this is a lovely dressing to accompany chicken or fish and if there is any left over, it makes a good marinade for pork, either as a stir fry or the base for a curry.


Kohlrabi in Onion Sauce

Published 12 Nov 2012
by David

Delicious with breaded pork chops; bratwurst; frikadellen, real pork sausages, gammon steaks etc.

Kohlrabi is seasonal April - July(?) so if you see it in the grocers give it a try.

This recipe is for one (large) portion so you might n


Lassi - Indian Drinks (bbok)

Published 11 Jun 2009
by  sam from worthing

All these recipes serve 4 A perfect drink to accompany any curry, esp HOT HOT HOT ones


Leafless salads

Published 11 Jun 2009
by  Peter

I’ve gone off leafy salads lately and so Ive developed this well textured alternative. The base is important as it gives really good backbone flavour rather than it just being a mixture of raw things. Sometimes, if I’m not really hungry, I have this

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