Can't seem to find a recipe thread, so here goes with my first offering.Veggie ChilliServes 6-83/4 Cup Bulgar Wheat2 Tblsp Olive Oil1 Large Onion2-3 cloves garlic1 tsp Chili Powder2 tsp ground cumin1 tsp Cayenne Pepper1/2 tsp ground cinnamon2 x 400g
looking for recipes to help her use up the Baileys. In particular i'd love to have a shot at Baileys Ice Cream if anyone has any tried and tested recipes and a Baileys cheesecake would be really nice as well if anyone had a recipe for that or any other
I've got a bowl of white bread dough rising now. I'm going to spread it with pesto, roll it up, stick it in a loaf tin and bake it.So what's your favourite recipe for carbo loading? Loaf of bread.munch munch I have lots and lots of recipes for pasta
Has anyone got the Banana Cake Recipe printed in this months Runners World mag. I might have it - but when i made them they came out really weird, hardly rose at all and looked nothing liek the ones in the mag. They also tasted pretty ropey too
to eat when I was a student apart from lentil stew ... so does anyone know any good recipes?
Having been on the forums for a while I've noticed that more and more people are sharing recipes and general cookery hints and tips.I thought it would be a good idea to form a "recipe dumping ground" as such so please try and restrain from using
I've made the 'fat-burning cake' from the January 2012 issue twice now, and the thing falls flat when it comes out of the oven. It's not light and fluffy at all, despite me following the recipe to the letter!The picture in the mag looks like a
Hi allMr.S has decided to change his eating habits for life, for various reasons. I was wondering if anyone has any tried and tested really delicious low GI recipes they'd be willing to share? At the moment I'm thinking hale and hearty autumn
Does anyone have any tasty (low fat) recipes that they want to share?
Hi,I'm just starting to carbo-load for a marathon on Saturday and wondered if anyone had some tasty recipes for pasta that are high in carbohydrates and low in fat and protein? sorted out your pants and sherpa yet? seriously hope it goes well My
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