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TOP 5 TEMPLE FOODS

  • January?s Top 5 Temple foods kicks off the new year with healthy vigour. Hot and Sour Soup will clear a muggy head, Aromatic Chilli Beef Noodle Soup provides comforting nourishment, and you can lighten up with a Vietnamese Chicken and Mint Salad. Salmon with Greens and Shitake Mushrooms makes for a feelgood supper, and Chopped Fruit Salad constitutes a sprightly breakfast or anytime, energizing snack.

  • HOT AND SOUR SOUP

    I know that for some people nothing feels more restoring than something warm and unchallengingly bland, but when it's succour and sustenance I need, it's spice that I want. This soup, tom yam - the culinary equivalent… Read on

  • AROMATIC CHILLI BEEF NOODLE SOUP

    There is slightly more stock in this reworking of the How To Eat original, but it remains a real favourite supper for one greedy person, or a pair of more modest eaters. Read on

  • VIETNAMESE CHICKEN AND MINT SALAD

    Since it's easy to buy chicken breast ready-cooked, that's what I generally use, but obviously if you've got a leftover chicken in the fridge I suggest you use that. This makes a lot, but I find it's very easy… Read on

  • SALMON WITH GREENS AND SHITAKE MUSHROOMS

    My templefood days do not consist of fey picking: this is gratifyingly substantial. In order to enjoy it you don't have to know that salmon is rich in Omega-3 oils, which are beneficial, indeed essential, to good… Read on

  • CHOPPED FRUIT SALAD

    The pomegranate juice mentioned here is out of a bottle, but if you're using out-of-season strawberries, add a squeeze of real juice to steep the berries and replace the mixed seeds with a gloriously jewelled topping… Read on