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MEXICAN HOT CHOCOLATE

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This is not the first of my Mexican hot chocolates, but I feel it will be my last. You can melt chunks of chocolate (as… Read on

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GRIDDLED AUBERGINES WITH FETA, MINT AND CHILLI

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You can griddle these aubergines, grill them or just blitz them in the heat of the barbecue: I really don't care. The point… Read on

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MASALA OMELETTE

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Feel free to add ingredients: grated ginger is good, as is chopped fresh mint or, indeed, dried. You can eat this, flat… Read on

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COURGETTE AND CHICK PEA FILO PIE

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I can't claim this as an Iranian creation, but I certainly had the tastes and fragrances of some Iranian dishes in mind.… Read on

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RICE PAPER ROLLS

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You can often find the rice pancakes, or rice sheets (emphatically not rice paper) in the supermarket. If you're unlucky… Read on

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SALTED CARAMEL SAUCE

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Real salted caramel requires patience, dexterity and a sugar-thermometer, none of which come naturally to me, but a salted… Read on

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REDDER THAN RED CRANBERRY SAUCE

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When I was a child, I don’t think fresh cranberries were ever seen in England. For me, cranberry sauce came out of… Read on

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MAPLE-ROAST PARSNIPS

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I’ve always roasted honeyed parsnips alongside a turkey but as a marker of the culinary special relationship celebrated… Read on

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CHEESE STARS

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This is a new variant of an old and easy party favourite. The dough is mixed up in the processor and rolls out easily.  It… Read on

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Jumbo Chilli Sauce

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This chilli sauce is big – big flavour, big kick, big reward. The name, however, derives from the fact that the recipe… Read on

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ORANGE FRENCH TOAST

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There is not a type of French toast I don't love, but this version - a kind of eggy, squidgy toast and marmalade - is the… Read on

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LOKSHEN PUDDING

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Some people might not be convinced by the idea of a pasta pudding: but just remember how fabulously comforting rice pudding… Read on

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CREME BRULEE

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The first thing you should know about creme brulee is that it's not hard to make. And few puddings are as voluptuously,… Read on

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MANGO SPLIT

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Incidentally, this is one of my children's favourite puddings, though I leave out the rum and coconut for them. For me,… Read on

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NUTELLA PANCAKES

Let joy be unconfined.  This is one of the most irresistible puddings I think I have ever made, and I did it by no… Read on