These are spicy chiles, stuffed with cheese, battered and deep-fried. Simply amazing.
Set a platter of these out at a party, and stand back.
The parsnips in this recipe taste rich and sweet enough to convert parsnip haters.
Lovely with bacon. Try these for a summer breakfast, or for an American southwestern themed lunch or light supper with a side salad.
The flavours of the roasted corn are fantastic.
Tinned cream corn suits most people just fine, but every once in a while it’s nice to make it from scratch. It’s an easy side dish, and easily presentable to guests when you have made it yourself.
More like a soup, it’s meant to be served in bowls. Best if made a day ahead of time then reheated for serving.
A classic Middle Eastern condiment paste.
A gorgeous fresh salsa; looks and tastes great. Serve with nachos as a dip, or as a side relish with a meal.
You make this recipe on a barbeque.
A classic, fresh Mexican chile sauce.
This is a classic Middle Eastern condiment.
This Indian style polenta can be served with Indian food, or with fish or chicken.
A gorgeous and really healthy curry.
A great cooked Mexican sauce, typically for use as a sauce within other recipes. It has a clean, authentic taste and thick, meaty texture.
This is hot. Makes any commercial stuff seem like child’s play.
A full-flavoured pasta dish that can be served warm, or chilled as a pasta salad.
A dead easy, tasty paste to make, that you can use either as a condiment or as a cooking ingredient.