Simple Slaw Recipe
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Chanfana (lamb) | A gorgeous Portuguese peasant recipe for lamb, which becomes incredibly tender after its bath in wine and paprika followed by slow cooking. Find the right pot and the work is done – it marinates, it cooks and you eat. What could be simpler. Serve with new potatoes boiled in their skins.
Kimchi | There are hundreds of different types of kimchi (a traditional fermented Korean dish). And like sushi, you're supposed to have years of experience and skills to make "good kimchi". However, this is a quick and easy kimchi recipe. If you marry a Korean man, this recipe is one simple way to impress your mother-in-law!
Prosecco pannacotta (pannacotta al prosecco) | Dessert queen Adelina Pulford was inspired to put two beautiful things together, elegant, sparkling prosecco wine and creamy, silky pannacotta while travelling in Piemonte, where she saw pannacotta being made with spumante di asti. This simple Italian dessert recipe is perfect for a dinner party.
Traditional lamb and pistachio kebab with smoked eggplant and garlic yoghurt (ali nazik) | While in Turkey last year, Somer Siviroglu of Efendy restaurant saw these kebabs in a place called Gaziantep. It is very typical of the region. Here, he shares this traditional recipe with us. "I’ve chosen a beer to go with this beautiful kebab recipe and, no, not because it will remind you of your student days. Both the beer and the kebab here are superior specimens. Beer is a versatile drink match becaus
Wok-tossed Mediterranean lamb (wok d'agneau à la méditerranéenne) | Combining French flavours and Asian cooking techniques, this recipe for wok-tossed lamb with carrots and vegetables is super simple and super delicious. Whole lamb rump is perfect for slow-roasting, but sliced and marinated, it’s also great to quickly stir-fry.
Coleslaw and southern fried chicken | This salad of shredded cabbage, known simply as 'slaw' in many parts of the United States, is of Dutch origin. The word coleslaw comes from the word koolsla, a conjunction of kool (cabbage) and sla, a shortened version of salade (salad). It is believed that Dutch colonists near Long Island were the first to grow cabbage in America. The Americanised 'coleslaw', the first recorded reference to which appeared in 1794, added mayonnaise to the earlier Dutch versi