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Maple-Glazed Chicken Breasts with Mustard Jus

<b>Chef Way</b> At Emeril's in New Orleans, chef David Slater glazes chicken breasts with maple syrup, sherry vinegar and orange juice infused with anise …

How To Temper Spices

If you have spent some time talking to us about our food, no doubt you will have heard us mention, tempering our spices. In authentic Indian cooking, …

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How to cook rice

Rice is cooked in millions of households every day; it is one of the world's staple foods yet it's a dish that some people think they're incapable of …

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Dal Tadka - Recipe of Dal Tadka - How to make Dal Tadka - Dal Recipe

Tur dal - 1/4 cup (kandi pappu/red gram da)<p>Moong dal - 1/4 cup (pesara pappu/yellow lentils)<p>Channa dal - 2 tbsps (bengal gram/senaga pappu) (soak for …

Cleanse Recipe: Lemon Kale Salad

Feeling like your system could use some cleaning out? If you want to reset and recharge, it's best to simplify your diet and load up on detoxifying foods—but this doesn't mean you have to restrict yourself to cayenne lemon water. When we detox, it's important to make sure we still get all the …

Food for the soul: recipes to give teachers' energy levels a boost

At this time of year, with the winter months upon us, some well-chosen fuel is the key to boosting energy levels and staving off the dreaded colds that run riot in schools. So, what foods are best for keeping teachers going all the way up to the Christmas holidays?<p>Spices align the body with the …

Speedy weeknight suppers: Pheasant, tamarind and coconut curry

An easy and quick mildly spicy Indian style curry that's a great introduction to cooking with pheasant<p><b>SERVES 4</b><p>Pheasant lends itself really well to mild spice and is especially good paired with the tangy freshness of tamarind. This is a great way to enliven a much underused meat. Serve with wild …

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