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Oven-baked Mushroom Pilaf (1) by claire

Forked and changed Oven-baked Chicken Pilaf: "even better with mushrooms"

this is a really tasty and filling supper

Forked on 25 February 2009 and since changed

  • Serves 2
  • Prep: 10m
  • Cook: 45m
  • Difficulty: 1-Piece of cake
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Turkey, Leek & Thyme Meatloaf (2) by stuart and jen

Low fat AND delicious ... hot or cold!

Added on 17 February 2009

  • Serves 4
  • Prep: 10m
  • Cook: 20m
  • Difficulty: 1-Piece of cake
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Oven-baked Chicken Pilaf (1) by stuart and jen

Perfect mid week supper ... cook everything in one pot! Make extra for leftovers ...

Added on 17 February 2009

Oxtail with Rioja (1) by stuart and jen

Sticks to your ribs ... perfect for a winter day and won't break the bank! You simply chuck it all in the oven and forget it - but what you end up with is big-flavoured, collapsing meat, a few spoonfuls of intensely flavoured juice and some big knobs of bones to suck at.

Added on 14 February 2009

  • Serves 2
  • Prep: 20m
  • Cook: 2h
  • Difficulty: 2-Pretty easy
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Chinese-style Spare Ribs & Pigs Trotters (2) by stuart and jen

The surest way of converting doubters to the joys of pigs trotters! Eat with fingers ... the brave will want to eat the spare ribs bones and all! Inspired by ... Hugh Fernley-Whittingstall

Added on 13 February 2009

One-Pot Chicken Chasseur (3) by stuart and jen

Home cooking ... nice and easy ... leaving a smile on your face and a full tummy!

Added on 8 February 2009

  • Serves 4
  • Prep: 20m
  • Cook: 1h 30m
  • Difficulty: 2-Pretty easy
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Beef Bourguignon (2) by stuart and jen

You don't need an expensive cut for this classic casserole - chuck or braising steak is best. Marinate the beef for at least 2 hours, ideally overnight for best flavour and tenderness

Added on 25 January 2009

  • Serves 4
  • Prep: 45m
  • Cook: 2h 45m
  • Difficulty: 2-Pretty easy
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Roast Pheasant with Chardonnay (4) by stuart and jen

Seasonal pheasants, hand plucked and gutted by Stu made this a dish to remember! Inspired by River Cafe ...

Added on 30 November 2008

  • Serves 4
  • Prep: 15m
  • Cook: 45m
  • Difficulty: 2-Pretty easy
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Spinach and Pea Rice (2) by iphigenie

Forked and changed Spinach and Pea Rice: "added some ingredients to make it less dry and more suited as a main"

A rich rice dish. Perfect with a simple main dish; also makes a fantastic veggie one pot if you're looking for something quick and healthy (and low GI). If you've got frozen spinach and frozen peas ...

Forked on 17 November 2008 and since changed

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Sausage hotpot by Hawthorne

This is a quick, cheap, reasonably healthy meal-in-a-pot - it used to be one of my staples as a student. It also works well with Quorn sausages.

Added on 25 September 2008

  • Serves 2
  • Prep: 10m
  • Cook: 30m
  • Difficulty: 1-Piece of cake
  • 0 Comments
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