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An Egg Soufflé Recipe to fluff up your breakfast.

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by Murray in Articles, Recipes

Tuesday, October 9, 2012 at 06:05

This Egg Soufflé Recipe is a different way to prepare your eggs in the morning and is a great idea if you are entertaining for breakfast or brunch. If bacon is not your thing you can substitute with turkey bacon or even some pastrami. You will however need to grease the muffin tray with some butter if you do decide to substitute the bacon or leave it our completely. When it comes to the fillings you can pretty much use whatever takes your fancy or would normally use for an omelette. ...

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Mushrooms, Garlic and Ciabatta Breadcrumbs Penne Recipe. The breadcrumbs are brilliant!

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by Murray in Articles, Recipes

Monday, September 10, 2012 at 11:00

A quick fix Mushroom, Garlic and Ciabatta Breadcrumbs Penne Recipe. The breadcrumbs in this recipe give this pasta dish a real crunch and I'd recommend using them in a variety of different ways. Check out More Pasta Recipes Gourmet Guys Recipe Library Scroll down for a little wiki about penne and ciabatta ...

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Deena Naidoo's Prawn Curry Recipe with Jeera Rice

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by Dexter in Articles, MasterChef SA, Recipes

Thursday, September 6, 2012 at 11:00

This Prawn Curry Recipe is one of those that saw Deena Naidoo sweep through the early rounds of MasterChef SA. Deena Naidoo very quickly built his reputation on MasterChef around his curry recipes. This was to be expected though as the man is Indian and most importantly hails from Durban.   You may want to increase some of the spice quantities slightly if you like your curry hot. We have tempered the quantities a bit. You can always add ...

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Simple food cooked simply! Peas Braised with Onions & Parma Ham Recipe | Rick Stein

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by Murray in Articles, Recipes

Thursday, September 6, 2012 at 10:00

Simple Food cooked Simply! A Peas Braised with Onions and Parma Ham Recipe by Rick Stein. Mediterranean Escapes is one of my favourite cooking shows. Everything is comfort food at its best. This Peas Recipe braised with Onions and Parma Ham is no exception and makes for a perfect weekend lunch or ...

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Cooking with Beer and a Spicy Garlic Prawns Recipe... with beer by Curtis Stone.

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by Baz in Articles, Curtis Stone, Recipes

Wednesday, September 5, 2012 at 09:45

A quick and east midweek family meal by Curtis Stone with a Spicy Garlic Prawns Recipe made with Beer!   We simply do not cook often enough with beer which is a brilliant substitute for many recipes that require a little water or stock.   When it comes to how spicy you like you food adjust the cayenne pepper accordingly. Check out More Curtis Stone ...

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A Salmon Recipe stuffed with Tarragon and Sun Dried Tomatoes for the Braai / Barbecue

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by Murray in Articles, Recipes

Tuesday, September 4, 2012 at 11:35

If you're looking for something special, this Salmon Recipe stuffed with Tarragon and Sun Dried Tomatoes will be perfect for the next braai or barbecue. Fish is a perfect meal to serve when entertaining a group of people. It is easy to cook, and can be quite economical compared to larger quantities of meat.  Most importantly you have many different ways of flavouring fish, sweet, savoury and fragrant. In this Salmon Recipe you will be using tarragon and sun dried tomatoes, wedged in ...

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Learn how to make flavoured butter with this Grilled Lamb Chops & Pesto Butter Recipe

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by Baz in Articles, Recipes

Tuesday, September 4, 2012 at 10:30

This Lamb Chops Recipe has very little to do with the chops, its all about the Pesto Butter. This is an excellent video to watch if you want to learn how to make flavoured butter. In this recipe MasterChef UK Winner Dhruv Baker is using Pesto but you can experiment with many different types of flavoured butter using garlic, fresh herbs and chilli pastes. A little word of warning, this recipe below will make more then enough for just 8 chops, just keep the excess in the fridge for ...

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For the absolute beginners, a Char Grilled Lamb Chops Recipe with Garlic, Paprika and Oregano | Curtis Stone

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by Baz in Articles, Curtis Stone, Recipes

Monday, September 3, 2012 at 11:15

For the absolute beginners, a Lamb Chop Recipe with Garlic, Paprika and Oregano from the man down under, Curtis Stone.   This lamb chop recipe is incredibly quick and easy to make and Curtis Stone throws in a Greek Salad and Vinaigrette recipe into the mix too.   Melbourne has the worlds third largest Greek population after Athens and Thessaloniki so Greek food can be found in abundance in the city. Hence Curtis' familiarity with it.   For the marinade you ...

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Special Crispy Roast Chicken Recipe | Heston Blumenthal

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by Murray in Articles, Recipes

Monday, September 3, 2012 at 10:00

Heston Blumenthal shares his scientifically tested method for roasting a chicken to crispy perfection.   Heston Blumenthal draws heavily on the Chinese method for cooking duck in this very special but rather lengthy Roast Chicken Recipe.   He embarks on a four stage process which includes brining, blanching, drying and roasting.   Important tips include, keeping your hands clean when handling raw chicken and using an oven thermometer to keep an eye on the ...

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Asparagus Risotto Recipe with Chervil | Marco Pierre White

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by Murray in Articles, Marco Pierre White, Recipes

Tuesday, August 28, 2012 at 10:00

Fancy something different, try out this Asparagus Risotto Recipe with some great tips from Marco and the art of cooking risotto. Risotto is a very easy recipe to make, all you need to do is keep an eye on it giving it the occasional stir to make sure that it cooks evenly. When you pop the rice in for the first time make sure you get it all coated in the olive oil and butter. From there it will take about 18-20 minutes before it is ready. One key important tip is ...

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