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These Are The Most Popular Hot Sauces In Each State

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The Most Popular Hot Sauce In Each State  HuffPost...

favicon theguardian.com —  9+ hour, 1+ min ago

Tinned fish: your easy meal fix | Kitchen aide

theguardian.com > food > jan

Canned sardines, mackerel and shellfish make a quick and easy dinner. Just add bread or pasta …• Got a culinary dilemma? Email [email protected] love all tinned fish, but how can I jazz them up for lunch and dinner?Ben, Sheffield“Tinned fish is such good stuff,” agrees chef and restaurateur Mitch Tonks, who launched his Rockfish tinned seafood range at the start of January. “We have the obligatory sardines and mackerel, as well as mussels and cuttlefish or squid in ink … I’m a bit of tinned fish fan.” And he’s not alone. Continue reading...... ...

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Nigel Slater's recipe for baked roots with curry cream

theguardian.com > food > jan

Grated winter veg with a tasty warming light curry sauceGrated winter root vegetables – celeriac, carrots and parsnips – with a mild curry cream sauce make a tasty light supper with brown rice or a good side dish.Preheat the oven to 180C/gas mark 4. Peel 300g of parsnips and scrub 200g of carrots. Slice away the peel and roots from a large celeriac to give 350g of flesh. Grate the parsnips, carrots and celeriac coarsely into thin matchsticks. Continue reading...... ...

favicon theguardian.com —  1+ day ago

Thomasina Miers' recipe for purple sprouting broccoli and chickpea flour bhajis | The new flexitarian

theguardian.com > food > jan

Tantalisingly crisp outside, meltingly soft inside, these Indian-style broccoli bhaji bites are the perfect foil for a tangy, crunchy saladA crisp, golden exterior that, when bitten, yields a soft, richly spiced and seasoned middle: eating bhajis is like sinking into beautifully aromatic pillows of goodness – comfort food at its best. And yet there is a wholesomeness to these ochre-stained morsels, with the turmeric-hued broccoli and sweet but tart pomegranate salad. They have a goodness that nourishes the body just as the fatty, sweet strands of onions feed the soul. A wonderfully devil-may-care January dish to gobble in front of a ... ...