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Moroccan winter veg tagine

Truly one of my favourite recipes, this conjures up glorious flavours for very little work. Don’t be put off by that long list of ingredients! Serves 6. 2 onions, chopped 3 garlic cloves small knob fresh root ginger , peeled 100ml lemon juice (about 3 […]

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Root vegetable korma

A deliciously fragrant curry first found in Tender, Volume I by Nigel Slater: a very useful cookbook for anyone with a vegetable share. Serves 4-6 Approx. 800g mixed root vegetables (choose from carrots, beetroot, squash, potatoes, jerusalem artichokes, swede, parsnip, or any other veg you […]

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Roasted parsnips with caper vinaigrette

This made an unexpectedly delicious meal, from such simple ingredients. The dressing sounds a bit over-flavoured, but made a spectacular dish when all the flavours combined. I had mine with salad, fresh bread, tapenade and a yoghurt and chickpea salad. This quantity of veg will […]