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This is a stir fry made with what was on hand in my refrigerator.Submitted by ANNE-ELIZ
This is a tasty and unusual South African seafood dish, featuring - of course - curries. They are extremely popular in the country.
I tried this recipe and wanted to see what the nutritional information was.
I made some substitutions based on what I had on hand. The ingredients in the ingredient list are the originals.
I had no fish stock on hand so I used chicken stock and added some trimmings from the monkfish to add some flavor.
I did not have Malawi Curry Powder, so I used the curry powder I had on hand and added Hungarian Paprika which I did include in the ingredient list, because I doubt many of you have immediate access to Malawi Curry Powder, either. (Though, I'm going to try to track some down and see what the difference is.)
I included the fruit that I used in the ingredient list, although it is mentioned but not included specifically in the original list. You can use whatever fruit you have and like.
Beyond that, I was true to the recipe, except that I used half the amounts called for in the original recipe.
Submitted by ANNE-ELIZ
This was a minor reworking of a Nigella Lawson recipe using leftover salt & pepper shrimgpSubmitted by ANNE-ELIZ
This is an homage to my grandmother's recipe, which was not a recipe at all but a free-style riff with chicken being the only constant.
Sometimes potatoes were added and sometimes omitted; when omitted, the dish was served with noodles or rice.
Likewise, the herbs and other flavorings were changed depending on what was available or desired.
This recipe is an approximation based on what I had that day.Submitted by ANNE-ELIZ
Cassoulet that my son, Andrew made on his most recent visit.Submitted by ANNE-ELIZ
This recipe combines elements of several similar but different recipes for squash blossom soup.Submitted by ANNE-ELIZ
I tried my own version of these fritters today, using chickpea flour instead of white flour and baking them rather than frying them.
The amount given used for this recipe is half the amount of the original recipe. We wanted to finish the entire amount for dinner.
It represents a bit less than one third of a large rutabaga weighing not quite 3 lbs.
Submitted by ANNE-ELIZ