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Utterly Delicious Simple Food by Belinda Jeffery

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  • Pepper and spice roast sirloin with horseradish cream

    • debkellie on February 24, 2015

      This creates a really, really peppery crust - hot it was nothing special; but as a a cold roast it was wonderful.

  • Spicy carrot, red lentil and coconut soup

    • digifish_books on May 18, 2015

      I used 500g carrots and 500g sweet potato and chopped all the veg in a food processor, to save on prep and cooking time. Also substituted light coconut milk for coconut cream, and added 1 tsp chicken stock powder in lieu of extra salt. I will reduce the harissa spice to one teaspoon next time, as it was very spicy.

    • digifish_books on June 01, 2015

      Belinda recommends using Christine Manfield's (jarred) Harissa.

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  • ISBN 10 1921383356
  • ISBN 13 9781921383359
  • Published Sep 24 2014
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 244
  • Language English
  • Countries Australia
  • Publisher Penguin Books Australia
  • Imprint Lantern

Publishers Text

Belinda Jeffery's instinctive cooking style responds to the seasons. With this in mind she has divided her latest cookbook into recipes to suit the time of year.

During the long, hot days of summer, savour the delicacy of tea-smoked salmon glazed with wasabi butter. In the cooler months, spend a cosy afternoon in the kitchen, making slow-cooked Turkish lamb with prunes, saffron and cinnamon or a pot of Boston baked beans. For those in-between days, be tempted by pork and water chestnut burgers with sesame bok choy, or a warm lentil salad with beetroot, fennel and goat's cheese. And just about everyone can squeeze in a little something sweet at the end of a meal, making a slice of chocolate crackle and caramel ice-cream loaf or butterscotch pears with almond praline hard to resist.

In this wonderful new collection, Belinda offers all the culinary inspiration you will need to see the year through.



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