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The 30-minute Cook: The Best of the World's Quick Cooking (Penguin cookery books)

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Cannellini Bean Croquettes reviewed by Sovay

30th May 2019

Nice flavour and texture once cooked, but Nigel's not kidding when he says the mixture is "quite soft". Getting the croquettes shaped, egged, crumbed and into a pan is a challenge (though they do firm up pretty quickly once they start frying). Next...
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Chicken with Lemon and Olives reviewed by Sovay

30th May 2019

Possibly my favourite recipe in this book - simple but powerful. I have made a few adjustments over the years, viz. I take the skin off the chicken and use about half the amount of oil - just a little in the marinade and the rest to brown the chicken...
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Hot aubergine and cheese sandwiches reviewed by wester

11th June 2013

This was a nice idea, using slices of aubergine like sandwich bread. I thought the garlic was a bit too sharp. Next time I will leave it out, or blanch it along with the aubergine, or fry it. Drying the slices with kitchen paper took a lot of paper, and...
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An Indian Way with a Fish Fillet reviewed by Sovay

5th May 2013

The only slight problem I had with this was that the herb and garlic paste was a bit watery - I had to let it drain a little so that it wouldn't dilute the yoghurt. Having consulted Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall for advice on suitable seasonal fish, I...
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