Starters are an important part of any meal as they set the scene for the culinary delights to come, and get the appetite going! You've submitted some real corkers - all well worth a look!
I call this "Almost" as it is the nearest I can get it to the "real" thing .Lovely rich Tomatoey soup to which you can add Coriander, cream, piment etc to ring the changes and spice it up if you like, add Pasta or Rice to bulk it up for a
Ideal for anyone on a budget or in a hurry. Once made this forms the base for loads of other soups that can be knocked up in 10-15 min. The ingredients list looks long but it's very basic, adaptable, just put in your favorite veg and can be made i
Made in under 5 min this soup is the favorite in our house. The bacon gives a rich salty flavour and the beans add colour and texture. Very filling. A French pal of the old Mari has come to lend a hand and made having this soup for lunch a conditio
This soup requires about 3 ladles of the basic mixed veg pottage. I have served it to a vegan with soda bread and got compliments. The finished soup is thick and wholesome, rough even, not at all like your average tinned tomato soup.
Adobo is considered the national dish of the Philippines. This dish consists of chunks of chicken or pork or both cooked in soy sauce, vinegar, bay leaf, lots of garlic and whole peppercorns. The stew is allowed to cook until the meats are
An elegant starter or indulgent breakfast. Perfect for an elegant brunch. See quick and easy hollandaise in my other recipes for a hollandaise recipe with minimal fuss.
This came about as a means of using things up, as many recipes do. I apologize for the quantities being vague.
Delia tends not to deep-fry fish these days, but there's no denying that properly made fish and chips is one of life's greatest pleasures. If you really want to do it yourself,
by sam from worthing
I was once asked for this recipe, and thought i would include it on here, great served as a soup, or as a stock time consum,ing but the outcome is much much betterer than shop brought.
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