i admit i have no idea where my mum found this but this was and still is always a favourite as a side dish with roasts in our family. i apologize that i don't even know it's proper name though i am sure it would have one. it is very easy to do, hope you enjoy! all done in the microwave.
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japanese deep-fried tofu with a soya sauce and dashi sauce. absolutely yum. i originally found the recipe in a japanese cookbook i have at home. nb. the daikon and ginger is usually mixed into the sauce and the tofu then dipped into this mixture. you m
we often have fried rice in various guises, either as accompaniment or as a one-dish light meal. in this version, fresh asparagus gives nuttiness and crisp texture that cannot be achieved with the canned product. tip: 1. it is essential for the cooked
this is a beef stew that my mother, leona would usually make in the fall. the scent of it cooking in the house was heavenly! something about the chianti wine really added a wonderful flavor to the stew. it's a family favorite.
"easy recipe and can be made early in the day and warmed up just before serving. it usually tastes better and allows the old bay seasoning to soak through the shrimps. count on never having any left-overs when making this recipe. when making a fish dinner
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