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    Recipe: Portuguese Pan-Fried Hake Fillets with Creamy Tomato Rice

    Filetes de Pescada com Arroz de Tomate (Malandrinho) - Portuguese Pan-Fried Hake Fillets with Creamy Tomato Rice Author: Andrea Smith Recipe type: Fish Cuisine: Portuguese Prep time: 20 mins Cook time: 20 mins Total time: 40 mins Print Fantastic recipe to warm the belly on a chilly autumn's day! Ingredients Tomato Rice 500 g (about 1 large cup) arroz carolino (or similar sho.

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      Wino sapien - - 5 readers - A recipe for gado gado. 1 portion of satay sauce / 3 large cubes of firm tofu (approx 600g, cut into 5mm slices, each slice deep fried till golden and then sliced into batons) / 6-7 medium potatoes (peeled, cut into 2-3cm cubes and boiled for 9 minutes in salted water) / 2 medium Chinese cabbage (wombok, sliced and cleaned and then blanched in boiling water for 1 minutes, then ...

      Rhubarb vermicelli sorbet

      Wino sapien - - 4 readers - A curious combination that I came across in this book. I found the rhubarb a little too tart and the vermicelli distractingly crunchy. I've adapted the recipe for a thermomix. 500g of trimmed rhubarb stalks, cut into 5cm pieces / 50mls of water / 330g of white sugar. Process at Speed 1 @100 degrees for 10 minutes.

      Satay sauce

      Wino sapien - - 4 readers - There's palm sugar and then there's gula melaka. Cylinders of scent and flavour, the sweetness is almost incidental. In scent there's coffee and honeycomb, but also a trace of soy and fish sauce. It's round and warm in the mouth, and certainly good enough to eat on it's own. Satay sauce. To a thermomix add 5-6 small red shallots, 4 cloves of garlic and a pair of lo ...

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      Wino sapien - - 3 readers - Mint (soft tips only) from the garden, feta (marinated) from Kytren of Gidgegannup, sugar snaps (blanched in boiling water and split open) from the market and ...

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