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Crispy cauliflower florets with romesco sauce and rice

Crispy cauliflower florets with romesco sauce and rice
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Roasted sweetcorn soup with curry-spiced butter 4 large sweetcorn cobs, husks removed50g butter, melted1 medium onion, halved and thinly sliced1 garlic clove, crushed1 small leek, cleaned and thinly sliced1 small carrot, chopped1.2 litres vegetable stock, hot2 tsp lemon juice1-3 tsp caster sugar (depending on how ripe your sweetcorn is) For the curry spiced butter ½ tsp cumin seeds½ tsp coriander seeds50g butter, softened1 small, medium-hot red chilli (not bird’s eye!)

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