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This is inspired by a recipe in the book, ‘Salad’ by Amy Nathan (1985).
Here is a very grown-up way to use sweetcorn. The salad starts life as a herb and sweetcorn pilaf. So if you like sweetcorn make the pilaf and use it as part of a hot meal – or use it in this salad.
“A great recipe for those who are strapped for time! Don’t forget the yogurt!”
Bun cha, along with pho and banh mi is something of a cult at the moment. I made it myself and now know why it’s so popular; It’s a perfect balance of ingredients, texture and taste. A brilliant dish.
‘Wow, as a lover of artichokes… this is one of my top starters!’
‘Enjoy steak for cheaper, have a go at Dad’s delicious BBQ flank steak!’
‘A twist on a Waldorf salad this super tasty meal is a simple master-class in classic flavour combinations’
‘A light but filling vegetarian salad which will leave you feeling satisfied and healthy inside and out.’
‘Summers here a what better time for the French classic Salad Niçoise!’
‘A true WDC favourite here. We have received packets of pre made ranch powder from America for years. But now Dad has shared how to make it yourself!’
‘A classic family meal in the WDC household and a simply yummy Japanese dish…’
‘I’m loving this orzo pilaf dish, inspired by Middle Eastern and Mediterranean flavours. What’s great is it makes for yummy leftovers for lunch!’
‘It’s a new year and time for something healthy and light. How about a warming salad…’
‘Well we can’t claim fame for the world famous lasagne but Dad can certainly help you learn how to make it taste delicious, every time…’
‘Prawn and farro salad makes a perfect starter for a fancy dinner or a lighter family meal if you want to avoid heavy carbs…’
@jmbfn @BestRecipesUK 4 but the rest will be used for leftovers :) ~ Leo