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RSS Feed for Chicken Recipes, Crock Pot Recipes, Chili Recipe & more @ Nibbledish! 2018-03-21T11:17:01+01:00 text/html 2009-02-13T07:36:35+01:00 Perfect Dry Mee <span style="font-weight:bold;">It is something of a perennial quest of mine to create the perfect &quot;dry&quot; Chinese noodle dish, at home.  This is where the noodles are cooked, drained and then tossed in a thick sauce.  The overall dish should try to balance the 5 chinese tastes - Spicy, Sweet, Sour,&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2009-01-20T09:55:34+01:00 15 Minute Meatball Penne I love sausages, but they are hard to get in Tokyo.  Imagine my joy when I visited <a href="">National Azabu</a> this week and found that they stock all sorts of REAL sausages from all over the world.  It is a magical place.<br /><br />Sausages are versatile since you can eat them&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2008-11-07T13:11:18+01:00 Pork Kway Teow with Chilli & Lime <span style="font-weight:bold;">This dish just kind of came out of nowhere - it's not an attempt to recreate something authentic, it's just an experiment, but it tasted pretty damn good!</span><span style="font-weight:bold;"><br /></span><span style="font-weight:bold;"><br /></span><span style="font-weight:bold;">Makes 2 large portions.</span><span style="font-weight:bold;"><br /></span><span style="font-weight:bold;"><br /></span><ol><li>Put the pork slices into a tupperware.  Add 1 part&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2008-10-24T04:25:29+01:00 Cherry Tomato Soup This is a really simple soup that goes great with lovely hunks of fresh bread.<br />Makes 3 portions.<br /><ol><li>Add the onion, celery, carrot and garlic clove to a deep pan on a medium heat with a little olive oil.  Sweat the veg down without colouring it.  Season with salt and pepper.</li><li>Add the&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2008-06-20T04:09:44+01:00 Tagliatelle of Mushroom <span style="font-weight:bold;">Recently I've become interested in cooking really simple food - the kind of food where you can identify every ingredient just by glancing at the dish for a second.  I like the idea of a delicious dish that just celebrates the natural flavour of its few, core ingredients.  In&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2008-06-02T14:09:22+01:00 Chocolate Tacos <span style="font-weight:bold;">Not a dessert! This is a really basic recipe that gives a decent base for tacos.  The chocolate was experimental but worked well.  It is added at the end of the cooking process - like you might do with a knob of butter - to give the sauce a&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2008-04-17T07:48:28+01:00 Mushroom Antipasto with Thyme and Mustard <span style="font-weight:bold;">This was a dish made for a picnic - it's just meant to be eaten chilled, in little servings with fresh bread.  The oil left over after all the mushrooms have been eaten makes for a great salad dressing (or you can simply dip your bread into it hehe).</span><span&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2008-03-30T16:24:27+01:00 Perfect Steak Jeez I've been eating a lot of <a href="">steak</a> recently...<br /><br />This is a very simple method of cooking steaks that gets absolutely fantastic results.  Next time you cook a steak, don't just fry it in oil, try this.  What you get at the end is a steak with miles more flavour, and not dried&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2008-02-29T03:09:47+01:00 Black Pepper Beef Tagliatelle <span style="font-weight:bold;">I absolutely love dishes like this.  For some reason, pasta works incredibly well with robust Asian flavours - here a delicious peppery, garlicky sweet sauce.  The combination of Asian flavours with fresh (or good quality dried) pasta is something I thoroughly enjoy experimenting with.  Makes 2 generous portions.</span><span style="font-weight:bold;"><br&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2008-02-26T16:00:28+01:00 Just Testing Will Remove Immediately <span style="font-family:Arial;font-size:16px;">After you've written the ingredients and method, you can &quot;Auto Generate&quot; tags at the bottom of this form. Tags will help other members to find your recipe during searches and browsing round the site!After you've written the ingredients and method, you can &quot;Auto Generate&quot; tags at the bottom of&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2008-02-23T05:27:45+01:00 Beef Filet with Crushed Mint Peas <p><strong>This is criminally simple to make. Crushed, minted peas make an excellent side to meat and fish. Here I've served them with a really easy, can't-bugger-up beef steak.</strong></p> <p>Makes 2 portions as a light lunch as I think it's a bit over-indulgent to eat a whole filet on your own...</p>&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2008-02-21T02:28:55+01:00 Red Pepper and Eggplant Pizza **A really simply pizza made from a pre-made pizza base (should be able to buy these from any supermarket). Would have been way nicer with a fresh base but this saves loads of time and is still surprisingly fun to make - a good dish to make in company.** 1.&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2008-02-17T11:55:29+01:00 Roast Pork Belly with Caramelised Onions <p><strong>This is a really simple recipe that gives you a great base for a meal with next to no effort - you just bung it in the oven and forget about it. As the pork cooks, it releases fat which caramelises the onions underneath it. I served the pork resting&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2008-01-13T16:30:04+01:00 Thai Green Curry with Basil & Almond <p><strong>Yes yes I'm CHEATING by using bought curry paste. However, I added a couple of things to the paste that really made it sing, and the result was too good to not share on OSF!</strong></p><p>The secret is crushed almonds in the paste. They lend the curry a lovely mild nuttiness, and also a little&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-12-09T04:40:32+01:00 Beef Stew with Pappardelle Falso **This was a blatant, unashamed meal made from leftovers, which turned out wonderfully. Pappardelle is a very broad kind of fettucini, and you can simulate a similar effect in the mouth using my improvised broken lasagna pieces (careful, when you break them bits of shrapnel will fly everywhere). Of course,&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-11-10T16:01:49+01:00 Steak with Pumpkin Mash <p><span style="font-weight:bold;">Another autumny dish. I'm attempting to be more seasonal in my cooking, enjoying the ingredients and flavours that the time of year brings. This pumpkin mash went beautifully with a small steak, seared on both sides for just a few minutes. I served it all with some shallots that&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-11-04T12:52:43+01:00 Pear and Pistachio Couscous **This was an attempt at creating something with an autumnal flavour - an attempt that somewhat succeeded. I really enjoyed the delicate nuttiness of the pistachios combined with the salt and sweet of pancetta and pear. Some pumpkin might have lifted this to new heights.** 1. Fry off the pancetta&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-10-28T12:55:20+01:00 Pancetta-Wrapped Cod with Vanilla **This is a layman's version of a dish I had at a wonderful restaurant called [Salt]( in Tokyo. There, I had a dish which was pancetta-wrapped cod with vanilla, accompanied by a roasted fig. It was absolutely, mind-blowingly delicious. I tried to recreate it at home, but for this recipe&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-09-25T14:07:42+01:00 Spicy Courgette &amp; Chicken Sandwich Sometimes you just want something chunky, wholesome and satisfying to eat. That was the goal of this sandwich :) 1. Bash together the ingredients for the rub in a pestle and mortar, and rub on the chicken. Season with a little salt. 2. Roast off the courgette and onion in&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-08-21T12:33:23+01:00 Pan-Roasted Salmon with Wild Mushrooms <p>This was more an experiment in using <a title="Gordon Ramsay on Wikipedia" href="">Gordon Ramsay</a>'s &quot;curry salt&quot; method of seasoning fish than a real recipe. Gordon Ramsay suggests using &quot;curry salt&quot; to season fish when pan-roasting or frying, because cooking fish quickly like this doesn't give it enough time to take&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div>