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Chilli Notes - Thomasina Miers

Chilli Notes - Thomasina Miers

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Format:Hardback
Pagination:224 pages, full colour photos
Dimensions:249 x 195 mm
Country of Pub.:United Kingdom
Pub Date:2014

Recipes to warm the heart (not burn the tongue)

'Most people think about chillies in terms of heat and their capacity to blow one's head off. I think about how they can delicately pep up a pile of silky aubergines, perhaps already spiced with cardamom, cinnamon and faint dusting of cumin; how dark, tobacco-flavoured chillies can add deep mysterious tones to molten chocolate; how smoky chillies can add body to slow cooked, unctuous stews and how smoked, sweet peppers can add a note of earthiness to eggs, grilled flatbreads and sauteed greens.' - Thomasina Miers

Inspired by Tommi's travels, Chilli Notes is full of recipes that excite and tantalise, comfort and warm. From dishes that you can pull together on a weekday night with store cupboard ingredients, to weekend spreads for family or friends, Tommi shows how to bring an extra dimension to all your home cooking, be it breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Recipes include chickpea and mango salad, asparagus with salsa verde, prawn tostadas, Thai crab, rasam soup with mussels, chicken piri piri, falling apart lentils with sweet fennel, chicken schnitzel, duck breast with caramel 7-spice sauce, addictive pork lab salad, spinach pastille pie, Lebanese lamb wraps, meatballs with tamarind and tomato sauce, Thai chilli jam, chocolate and olive oil toast, lime possets with chilli-tamarind curd, chilli and brown bread ice cream.
•  Manufacturer (or, UK Distributor / Reseller) :

    Spices of India
    Cedar Trade Park
    Cobham Road
    Ferndown Industrial Estate
    Wimborne
    Dorset, UK
    BH21 7SD
    UK
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