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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Cheese straws

Published 

These are very light and melt in your mouth. makes 48.

 
 

Cheesy bread pudding

Published 11 Jun 2009
by  Julie Sutton

a savoury version of one of our favorite puddings

 
 

Cheesy Gratin of Brussels Sprouts

Published 11 Jun 2009
by Oinker

With its creamy cheese sauce and accent of bacon, this decadent recipe may tempt even the green-vegetable averse. It can be made early in the day, refrigerated, then baked before mealtime. (If you're simply not a sprout fan, you can substitute one ve

 
 

Cheesy Potato Bake

Published 11 Jun 2009
by  Sandy

This is my families most loved recipe!, its filling as a main meal or a lovely side dish, i learned this recipe in secondary school =) hope you enjoy it, this recipe will serve 2, double it up if you need more

 
 

Chicken & Broccoli Bake

Published 11 Jun 2009
by  Jean

This is actually my fabulous Mother In Law's recipe! She used to make it for my husband when he was growing up, it was one of his favourites! Now I can make it and make for a treat! Serve with a salad, chilled glass of vino & Enjoy!

 
 

Chicken and Herb Balls.

Published 10 Aug 2009
by  jean 47

This is a recipe from a Slimming World Cookbook,and theyre totally delicious! Very tasty and great with salad,or as an accompaniment to a bbq,buffet spread.And so low in fat.

 
 

Chicken stock (from the carcass only)

Published 16 Sep 2009
by Lady C

I noticed Delia has a stock recipe that calls for giblets, but my local store doesn't do them with their free-range chucks, so here's my recipe - I use last week's chicken carcass to make the following week's gravy.

 
 

Chilli crab and tomato dip

Published 11 Jun 2009
by  Julia

Lovely dip, have done this as part of a meze with houmas and tzatiki.

 
 

Chilli Sherry

Published 11 Jun 2009
by  Top Conker

This idea was given to me several years ago and I have always made sure we have a bottle handy.

 
 

Chinese Leaf Coleslaw

Published 11 Jun 2009
by  Julie Sutton

i prefer this version to the english one -great with thai fish cakes

 
 
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