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Brown Sugar Mincemeat Cake. Despite it's name mincemeat contains no meat (although it used to) but is a delicious combination of dried fruits, spices, sugar, suet, apples and brandy.

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Gingered Christmas Fruitcake With Rustic Decorations

Gingery Christmas fruitcake topped with marzipan, royal icing, sugared cranberries, rosemary and bay leaves, dried orange slices, pine cones and whole spices - Domestic Gothess

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TANDOORI CHICKEN RECIPE Tandoori Chicken (#LC14013): Tandoori chicken is a grilled chicken marinated with yogurt, lemon juices and plenty of spices in the oven. Traditionally this marinated chicken is made in a 'Tandoor' - a type of cylindrical clay oven, thus got the name Tandoori chicken.

How to make tandoori chicken

TANDOORI CHICKEN RECIPE Tandoori Chicken (#LC14013): Tandoori chicken is a grilled chicken marinated with yogurt, lemon juices and plenty of spices in the oven. Traditionally this marinated chicken is made in a 'Tandoor' - a type of cylindrical clay oven, thus got the name Tandoori chicken.

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Nothing says luxury like this quails' eggs with parma ham recipe. A sumptuous starter for the most special of occassions.

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Indian Dals Names

Indian Dals Names, Dals and Legumes - Indian Dal Names in English and Hindi with pictures. Split Chickpeas (Chana Dal), Red Lentils (Masoor Dal), Petite Yellow Lentils (Mung Dal) and more | Vegan Richa

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Indian Spices - Glossary of Indian Spices in English and Hindi

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The Vegan Buddha Bowl

This vegan buddha bowl has it all - fluffy quinoa, crispy spiced chickpeas, and mixed greens, topped with a mouthwatering red pepper sauce!

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Brown Sugar Mincemeat Cake. Despite it's name mincemeat contains no meat (although it used to) but is a delicious combination of dried fruits, spices, sugar, suet, apples and brandy.

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Baharat

Bahārāt is a spice mixture or blend used throughout the Levant, in Lebanese, Syrian, Jordanian, Iraqi, Libyan and Palestinian cuisine. Baharat, in Arabic, means "spices". The name originated in Medieval India, as Bhārat, a Sanskrit name for India, was the source of these spices. The mixture of finely ground spices is often used to season lamb, fish, chicken, beef, and soups. Additionally, it may be used as a condiment, to add more flavour after a meal has been prepared. Unless you are going…

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