a food & wine recipe by sam mogannam.
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from the australian women's weekly 'tapas, mezze, antipasto and other bites' as i am not a fan of anchovy and even though i don't think you would notice the flavour in a tapenade, they are not something i ever have in the pantry. so this quick and easy t
you could use only one can creamed soup i prefer to use two cans, one 4.5-ounce can sliced mushrooms, well drained also works well in place of fresh --- serve with hot cooked noodles or mashed potatoes --- this is *very* good!
individual pies with a slice of onion pressed into the pastry. very elegant for a dinner party and they could be fully assembled beforehand and just placed in the oven to cook when you are ready. this recipe could also be used to make a single larger pie.
begedil is a malaysian term for deep fried potato patty usually eaten alongside other malaysian curries and this is a family favourite of ours.some like it with bits of browned mince beef but i prefer mine plain with the exception of chopped cilantro,gree
boeuf bourgignon comes from the bourgignon region of france (in english, this region is known as burgundy). bourgignon is famous for its rich cuisine, developed during a time when it was one of the richest corners of europe. it's cuisine features beef, cr
this is an easy meal. have the marinade ready before you split the chicken (instead of the order that the directions are in) and your pretty much home free. make your sides while the chicken is marinating and broiling.
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