Healthier steak and caper stroganoff. Vegan katsu curry. Sausage and egg muffins. Harissa chicken, new potato and carrot traybake. Aubergine and tofu stir-fry. Quinoa, tenderstem broccoli, avocado and tuna salad. Vegan Mushroom Burger Recipe with Kimchi Mayo. Gnocchi gratin with broccoli and spinach. Leek, cheese & bacon tart recipe. Chunky lentil, chicken and tomato broth. Honey, cider and thyme pot roast chicken. Pork and chilli tagliatelle in a tomato sauce. Leek, smoked cheddar and mustard rarebits. Healthy Paneer Curry Recipe with Peas. Ham, cheese and chilli beetroot chutney toastie.
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Stir in the chopped herbs and spring onions. Season lightly with salt and pepper.Soak one or two slices of bread (depending on the size of your pan) in the beaten egg mixture for 2-3 minutes, turning the bread over to cover both sides. Don’t leave it too long or it will get soggy and fall apart. Meanwhile, heat the olive oil in a large non-stick frying pan over a low-medium heat. When hot, add the soaked bread, 1-2 slices at a time, and cook for 2-3 minutes until crisp and golden brown underneath. These recipes are from The Greek Vegetarian Cookbook by Heather Thomas (Phaidon £24.95). Autumn vegetable hash with dukkah.
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Deliciousmagazine.co. Pork, celery and water chestnut wontons with ma la chilli oil. This recipe was created by Ching-He Huang as part of a traditional Chinese New Year menu.
She’s filled wonton wrappers with a fabulously tasty pork and water chestnut filling and drizzled them in a homemade ma la chilli oil. Divine. If you’re making a Chinese feast, try Ching’s wok-fried scallops, garlic spinach longevity noodles, red-cooked cod and maple pineapple recipes. One-pan chilli eggs with guacamole. Gnocchi with mushrooms & blue cheese. Mexican black bean nachos.
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Cheeseburger meatballs. Pan-fried pork chop with sage and apple mash. Celariac and fennel potato latkes with smoked trout. Falafels with tahini dressing. Sweet and Sour Chicken Recipe. Pissaladière. Lemon tagliatelle. Sweet potato & chorizo quesadillas recipe. Miso-baked cod. Warm broccoli with anchovies and red chilli. Baked Pesto Risotto Balls — My Diary of Us. Last week I shared my new favorite risotto recipe where I added pesto to the mix.
It's a great recipe if you missed it, but the point here is that you almost always have leftovers after you make risotto. Leftovers that are too delicious to get rid of, and one of my favorite ways to use up my risotto leftovers is to make risotto balls! Being that I could dip most things into marinara sauce (mozzarella sticks, pizza crust, crusty bread...okay so I could did anything carb loaded into marinara sauce), my baked pesto risotto balls are the perfect accompaniment to my love of dipping and marinara.
These little balls of flavor are perfect to serve as an appetizer or as a side dish in my opinion. And since the risotto is the real time consuming part and it's usually already made, you can whip up these risotto balls in a flash! Traditionally risotto balls are fried, but I like to bake them to cut down on some of the calories and it's way less of a mess to clean up! Sausage and purple sprouting broccoli penne. Charred broccoli with anchovy and tahini sauce. Lamb shish with olive and walnut tahini. Prawn and tofu pad thai. Chicken with baked pearl barley risotto.
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Moroccan Vegetable Soup Recipe. Goat's cheese and barley risotto with winter greens. Greek-style nachos.