Red Kidney Bean and Tuna Salad

A recipe by Ian Dixon

This simple and delicious Red Kidney Bean and Tuna Salad can be made very quickly from store cupboard ingredients. It can be a meal on its own or can be used as a salad to accompany other dishes. For further variety, try adding chopped red cabbage or your favourite colour…

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Macatouille (Mac-a-to-ee)

Macatouille

Macatouille is my latest creation. While talking with my business partner, he had asked me what would happen if we were to create a mac ‘n cheese and ratatouille combination… so I did. What a pleasant surprise that turned out to be. Not desiring to just mix them together, I…

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Scrambled Eggs on Toast

Scrambled Eggs on Toast

This is one of those starter meals that children should learn from a fairly early age because Scrambled Eggs on Toast is both easy and safe to make. All it needs is bread, eggs, a bowl and a fork to cook. A plate plus a knife and fork to eat…

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Tomato and Mushroom Butty

Tomato and Mushroom Butty

So it came to lunchtime and I was in need of food. Looked in the fridge and found the filling for this Tomato and Mushroom Butty. Fill a wholemeal roll with those two and lunch is ready in a few minutes. Slice the tomatoes and the mushroom. I eat the…

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Fish Cakes and Mushy Peas

Fish Cakes and Mushy Peas

An idea inspired by time spent working in Bradford many years ago. One of the nearby takeaway places sold pie and mushy peas at quite low prices. So I thought I would mimic that by doing Fish Cakes and Mushy Peas as a variation. Now I was unable to match…

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Soy Mushroom and Tomato

Soy Mushrooms and Tomatoes

It might seem like a wild idea yet this Soy Mushroom and Tomato worked very well to accompany the piece of quiche that I was re-heating. Just a few minutes in the wok to get a delicious side dish that can easily be used with other meals too. Serves 1…

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