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South African nectarine sundae recipe

South African nectarine sundae recipe

A sweet sundae with gorgeous, ripe nectarines, blueberries, and vanilla ice cream.

by Reuben Riffel | 05 March 2015
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African peach and chicken tagine recipe

African peach and chicken tagine recipe

A fruity chicken tagine with olives and sweet potato.

by Reuben Riffel | 04 March 2015
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Plum, sweet potato and gorgonzola salad recipe

Plum, sweet potato and gorgonzola salad recipe

A fresh and fruity salad to kick-start your Spring.

by Reuben Riffel | 02 March 2015
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Saffron and rose poached apricot pavlova recipe

Saffron and rose poached apricot pavlova recipe

Gently poached apricots served with meringues and pistachios.

by Anjum Anand | 02 March 2015
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Grilled chickpea seekh kebab wraps recipe

Grilled chickpea seekh kebab wraps recipe

This protein packed kebab is delicious and satisfying enough to make a healthy, light meal.

by Anjum Anand | 01 March 2015
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Plum and ricotta filo pie

Plum and ricotta filo pie

This is a very typical African dish, usually savoury but here made with South African plums to make a stunning dish for a dinner party dessert.

by Kerstin Rodgers | 28 February 2015
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Cardamom and orange sharbat kulfi recipe

Cardamom and orange sharbat kulfi recipe

"This take on kulfi takes the flavours of a sharbat but made in a quick and easy way, more like a light gelato."

by Anjum Anand | 27 February 2015
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Nectarine tarte tatin recipe

Nectarine tarte tatin recipe

This upside down tart is commonly made with apples but other fruits also work well such as pears, plums, nectarines or peaches.

by Kerstin Rodgers | 27 February 2015
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Plum and ginger duff recipe

Plum and ginger duff recipe

This is of course a traditional Christmas recipe; a steamed pudding in the style of a Christmas pudding.

by Kerstin Rodgers | 27 February 2015
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Ginger and pork potstickers (gyoza) recipe

Ginger and pork potstickers (gyoza) recipe

Potstickers, or gyoza, are probably the first of the stuffed pastas, dating all the way back to the Ming Dynasty.

by Jonathon Sawyer | 18 February 2015
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Tuscan kale and white bean cannelloni recipe

Tuscan kale and white bean cannelloni recipe

Traditionally, cannelloni are filled with cheese, cheese, and more cheese. For me, though, whenever I see a recipe like that I always want to figure out how to get some vegetables into the dish.

by Jonathon Sawyer | 18 February 2015