Recipes

When I prepare someone else’s recipe, I will include a recipe link, if available. If the link is not available, I will site the cookbook name and author. Often I tend to read a few recipes and make up my own version based on our taste preferences. Below are links to my blog posts and/or recipes for the meals listed. I’ve even included a few photos of how my dish turned out!

Albóndigas Mexicanas My Photo
Bangers & Mash (Jamie Oliver recipe) My Photo
Beef Salad (Thai) My Photo
Beef Stew (Jamie Oliver’s Jools Favourite Beef Stew)
Beef Stew (Greek; Bodino Stifado Me Praso, from epicurious.com)
Bread Pudding Souffle with Bourbon Sauce (epicurious.com) My Photo
Cabbage – Sweet & Sour Red Cabbage (Bon Apetit)
Chicken breasts with pancetta, leeks & thyme (Jamie Oliver recipe)
Chicken with creamy butternut squash and chilli (Jamie Oliver recipe)
Chicken Mojito (Cuban)
Cioppino (from epicurious.com)
Coq Au Vin (Ina Garten recipe) My Photo
Fish Chowder (from epicurious.com)
French Onion Soup (from cookography.com)
Fried Rice (from epicurious.com) My Photo
Green Curry (Thai)
Lamb Curry with Spinach (Indian) (Palak Gosht)
Lamb Stew with Figs and Lemon (from epicurious.com)
Larb (Thai Meat Salad)
Korean-style Ribs
Leeks and White Beans (Jamie Oliver)
Mole Poblano My Photo
Moroccan Lamb (Spiced Slow-Cooked Lamb Shanks, Jamie Oliver)
Moroccan Lamb Tagine (chicken works, too!) from allrecipes.com
Mussels My Photo
Oxtails, Red-wine Braised (epicurious.com) My Photo
Pavlova (Nigella Lawson) My Photo
Persian Chicken Breasts (from recipezaar.com)
Persian Chicken Breasts (marinated) (from foodista.com)
Persian Rice Salad (from epicurious.com)
Portuguese Green Soup with Collards (from epicurious.com)
Risotto, asparagus and peas (from Annabel Langbein)
Roasted Rack of Venison with Port and Red Currant Sauce (from epicurean.com) My Photo
Rocket and Fig Salad
Salmon and Leek Chowder (from epicurious.com) My Photo
Split Pea Soup My Photo
Tomato Soup (Roasted Tomato Soup from foodnetwork.com)
Tuscan Panzanella Salad (adapted from epicurious.com) My Photo
Watermelonade
World’s Best Braised Cabbage by Molly Stevens

Inspired by “Julie and Julia” in October 2009 we embarked on a project to cook our way through Camellia Panjabi’s 50 Great Curries of India cookbook. Visit the 50 Curries Project page for tasting notes of the curries we have cooked, so far!

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