I first discovered okra when my husband and I were travelling around the world and a lovely lady made this recipe for us. It has been a family favortie ever since. It is so simple to make and freezes very well.
Here is the link to my TV cooking segment where I made this dish: Okra Live on TV
1 onion diced
1 pinch of salt
1 hot pepper (optional)
1 T lemon juice
Sauté the onion sprinkled with salt for 5 mins,...
So simple it doesn't need a recipe, but watch the link for some great cooking tips...
You are going to love this recipe, a twist on another British classic, I started adding ingredients to it when as a newlywed (to an American with a hearty appetite) I would make the original recipe and my husband would be horrified that I considered a dish without meat to be a meal. Hence, I added bacon and 'another veg' to bulk it out a bit.
1 cauliflower (boiled until almost cooked, TIP; throw in a bay leave and it cuts down on that nasty smell cauliflower puts off when it's cooking)
1 other veg (1 head of cooked...
This recipe is one of the first things I ever learned to make, I must have been about 10 years old when I made this all by myself and remember that sense of accomplishment. I also remember some years later, by this time baking scones was just second nature to me and could do it almost with my eyes closed. However, on this one occasion one bite told me something was not right. I reviewed the recipe and thought everything was in order, then my Mam asked...
Click on this link to view my TV appearance of cooking this recipe
This recipe is amazing! I do love good chicken salad, sweet but not too sweet, and this is a really good one.
Oven roasted chicken( meat taken off the bone), I use about four cups for this recipe
1/2 cup Mayonnaise
1/2 cup ricotta
1T red wine vinegar
1T grainy mustard
S&P (maybe skip if your chicken is highly seasoned)
Onion (I used green onion, could use red or sweet just cut up small)...