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Cajun Chicken Sandwich

As a lover of both sandwiches and spicy, cajun flavours this combination makes absolute sense to me. It’s quick, it’s easy and very tasty. If you have time to let the chicken marinade in the spices then all the better, otherwise you can cook this straight away. I like to serve it in a ciabatta along with a garlic and herb mayo along with some nice, fresh salad veggies to…

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Breaded Prosciutto Chicken Breast stuffed with Stilton

Breaded chicken breasts, chicken breasts stuffed with stilton, chicken breasts wrapped in Prosciutto… I have made all of these many times over the years but I thought “what about if you did them all at once?” So I did! The result is an indulgent dish, but simple, dish that looks impressive and can be made on a weeknight for yourself or as the basis of a meal to serve to…

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Chicken, Ham & Leek Filo Pie

A site that started off life as “If You Smell What is Cooking” wouldn’t be right without a few pie recipes. But even Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson keeps an eye on what he eats – when he’s not on one of his legendary cheat days anyway – and as I’m on a health kick at the moment, I wanted to come up with a pie recipe that was healthy but…

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Wholemeal BBQ Chicken & Red Onion Pizza

No-one likes the word ‘diet’. It has horrible connotations of eating boring dull salads and giving up all those wonderful-taste but woefully-bad-for-you foods that we all love but our bodies hate. If you’ve met me, or read this site, you can tell I love my food and drink that’s bad for me. But having done so for too long and gained too much wait, I’m on a quest to show…

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Chicken Tikka Masala

The origins of Chicken Tikka Masala has been debated time and time again – some say that it originated in the Punjab region of India, and some say it originated in a restaurant in Glasgow. But no matter where it originated from, there’s no disputing the fact that it’s one of the UK’s most popular dishes, whether it’s ordered in a restaurant or made at home, it’s eaten all over…

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