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"As I don't top my burger with anything other than a melting cheese, pickle, raw spanish onion and a beetroot slice (yes, an Australian here!) this is my default method to flavour a burger, to give it some extra kick while enhancing and not overpowering the flavour of good beef.
The only change I make is to use finely grated fresh onion..."
"Made these into YUMMY sammies for Easter Sunday nibble lunch. I overcooked my chicken breasts, so I shredded them up finely and used 300ML of cream to disguise the dryness. I made and refrigerated the coronation chicken the night before, and made the sandwiches right before they were eaten, with watercress and chives mixed into the filling. The..."
"So yummy! I made this as the basis of a fish pie to eat on Good Friday. This recipe looked so tempting that instead of making the fish with a mashed potato/cheese crust, I made this beautifully potato thickened stew (subbing smoked cod for haddock) before topping with a little grated cheddar and weaving some shortcrust on top before placing in ..."
"This went down a treat. The celery salt made for really great flavour. I used a mix of low-fat mozzerella and jarlsberg. Num nums! Thank you Janie!"
"Made a divine holiday breakkie with fried brown bread and tomato salad - did not have greek seasoning, so I added thyme, black pepper and garlic. I don't really like egg yolks, so I made it with double the amounts of whites and reserved the yellow to make custard for ice cream. Many thanks, tasb!"
"I've been looking for a basic Gin Fizz recipe for ages, after watching the TV series JEWEL IN THE CROWN and watching the Anglo-Indians scoffing down Gin Fizzes in the heat. This is tasty and refreshing, and will make a a great brunch/hangover-curing tipple for those who prefer something sweeter than a Bloody Mary!"
"I actually made your sour cream sauce as a gravy for a lavender roast chicken. I used pan juices deglazed with a few tablespoons of a sweet dessert semillon and water as my stock. And yowza, yowza, yowza! It was the most divine, food-gasmic gravy ever to pass my lips! It really went down *that* well at the table Even one of my cream-sauce-sus..."
"Hands down, the best chicken stock recipe I have ever used and the best I have ever tasted! It has become a staple in my kitchen. We make it in bulk 3 times a year, to get us through cold nights of soups, casseroles and risottos! It is so flavoursome serve it with some garlic and herbs for an instant consomme, and for more complex recipes in wh..."