We’ve shared our chicken milanese recipe on the blog before. Here is an alternative sauce to serve with the pasta accompanying the chicken. This would work equally well as a starter pasta course.
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The thing about bubble and squeak is that even the worst cook can’t get it wrong. That’s because, there’s no way to get it ‘right’. It’s just luck! Use whatever leftovers you have from a roast dinner. Stick an egg on top and serve with some gravy if you have it left over. Delicious!
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‘Run, run as fast as you can. You can’t catch me, I’m the Gingerbread Man….’ I love that story. In fact I love all stories. I can even tell a lot of stories by myself now. Yes – I am a BIG GIRL!
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Once upon a time I took this from a Jamie Oliver recipe leaflet that came in an Irish Sunday newspaper supplement. I’m sure it’s not 100% correct now but this is the version we’ve ended up with over the years.
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Happy days – it’s sunny again! Ever since a fantastic trip to Mykonos, we eat a lot of Greek salads. It’s a brilliant lunch for all the family. You can use a combination of any of the ingredients listed below. Cucumber, tomato, feta and onion with an oil and vinegar dressing are a must The rest are optional.
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A deceptively easy and delicious soup. This freezes well so pop some in the freezer and take it out for a treat when you don’t feel like cooking!
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Here’s another great pasta and broccoli dish. A simple traditional Italian recipe that is light on your pocket but big on taste.
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