Highlights from Foodies 100 bloggers: Dinners

Tempeh Tagine Bowl

From The Whole Ingredient, this tempeh tagine bowl is nutritious, filling, simple to make and absolutely delicious. Packed with the spiced, vibrant flavours of a tagine and the sweetness of roasted squash.

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Quick Tomato Pasta

This quick tomato pasta from Bryony’s Kitchen is the perfect fast and simple comfort food.

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Mutton Stew with Minted Dumplings

Fancy digging in to this lip-smacking mutton stew with minted dumplings from The Hedge Combers? It couldn’t be easier to throw together in the slow cooker, enjoy!

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Halloween Spider Pizza

Isn’t this fabulous, My Little Italian Kitchen is so clever…Halloween spider pizza. Your kids will have fun making up these spiders!

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Merguez Shakshuka

From Halal Home Cooking we have a delicious Merguez Shakshuka, a North African spiced lamb sausage in an onion, pepper and tomato sauce topped with poached eggs.

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Sweet Potato and Black Bean Chilli

This gorgeous veggie sweet potato and black bean chilli is from Bryony’s Kitchen, healthy, comforting and autumnal.

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Orecchiette with Colatura di Alici, Clams & Broccoli

From Vorrei we have a delicious pasta recipe with Colatura di Alici (Garum sauce), the ancient Rome’s ketchup.

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Leek and Smoked Mackeral Quiche

This uber tasty leek & smoked mackerel quiche from The Hedge Combers is perfect in a lunchbox, and served up with a fresh green salad.

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Roasted Aubergines with Garlic & Soy

From Syrup and Glaze we have a lovely Asian-style dish of roasted slices of aubergine, dressed in garlic, soy & chilli. Slightly sweet & slightly hot. Mmmm.

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Crab Salad with a fresh Coriander Dressing

A sweet & juicy crab salad with an Asian inspired fresh coriander dressing from The Hedgecombers.

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Beef Courgette Ramen Noodles Soup

This gluten free beef courgette ramen ‘noodles’ soup from Lau Sunday Cooks is comforting and versatile, based on a traditional Japanese dish.

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Mie Aceh (Acehnese Curried Noodles)

Mie Aceh (Acehnese Curried Lamb Noodles) is a soupy minced lamb noodle dish served in warungs (small cafes) or street food stalls, it is an explosion of flavours with a lovely combination of star anise, cardamon, clove and cinnamon along with fiery chillies and curry powder. From ‘Mama Eti’s’ kitchen.

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Crab Cakes with Thai Curry Sauce

From ‘Chef Kevin Ashton’ we have gorgeous Maryland style crab cakes on a mound of stir fried vegetables surrounded with Thai curry sauce. Mmmm.

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Wild garlic chicken kiev

The Hedgecomber has made a mouth watering wild garlic chicken kiev which are easy and fun to make.

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Homemade Sausages

Have you ever thought of making your own sausages? ‘Krumpli’ has a great easy step by step guide to inspire.

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Coriander Tuna Steak & Mango Salsa

This is a lovely dinner, perfect for a light supper or a warm summer’s evening. From the ‘Ginger and Olives’ kitchen this spicy coriander tuna steak and the fruity mango salsa work perfectly together and the different flavours will make for a delicious explosion of taste in your mouth.

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White miso fish pie

This white miso fish pie is a classic British dish, with a traditional Japanese twist, from ‘The Miso Tree’.

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Caprese Pasta Salad

Perfect for this time of year is ‘Vorrei Italian Food’s’ Caprese Pasta Salad.

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Stuffed Ampalaya

From ‘The Food Critic’ we have a Baked Ampalaya stuffed with minced beef and vegetables which looks absolutely delicious.

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Blood orange roasted chicken with parsnips, maple syrup & pecans

‘Lau Sunday Cooks’ says this blood orange roasted chicken with parsnips, maple syrup & pecans is as tasteful as it is easy to make. The sticky texture from the maple syrup will make you want to lick your fingers! Mmmm.

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