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Vegetarian rice cake

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A tasty recipe from the vegetarian husband, which evolved from yet another simple experiment:

GP: ‘These rice cakes are very filling, but fantastic when you are starving hungry. They take just under 25 mins to prepare and cook. The great thing about this recipe is that you just use what you have in the kitchen. If you have to go out and buy the ingredients, then you’ve missed the point!…

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Cookes steak

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Roast Mediterranean vegetables with quinoa

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A super-healthy recipe for vegetarians and those who feel like giving up meat for a day. My husband came up with this last night and it was delicious. Quinoa is a pseudo-cereal, not a grain. It’s easy to prepare, has a light fluffy texture when cooked, and its mild, slightly nutty flavour makes it a good alternative to rice or couscous. This was the first time we’ve had it, and we were pleasantly surprised.

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