Recipe: Paneer – A how-to guide

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To make your own paneer: Search for 'how to make paneer' in your search engine. Usually, a step-by-step guide will be one of the first entries. This will give you a great indication on the steps which you may follow and check against your own progress. My mum talked me through her method, which is exactly as ...

Recipe: Chicken Nuggets

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I've made certain decisions regarding the kinds of food that I feed my kids. Convenience food, whilst it may save time, is 'likely' loaded with stuff that can't be too good for growing kids. After all, what parts of the chicken *really* go into a nugget My children love chicken nuggets, but the store bought ...

Recipe: Prawn Toasties

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Ever had one of those days where you really feel like eating something? Today was one of them for me! I couldn't wait to fry my Prawn toasties and take in its aroma. The outside had a perfectly crisp edge, whilst the juicy inner flesh let out a slight trickle, indicating that it wasn't dry. I bought ...

Recipe: Mutton Bunny Chow

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Rainy afternoon? There's a curry for that! I’ve fallen hard to needing heartier meals that warm from the inside out and make the evenings seem less gloomy. A meal with gravy rich in fragrant spices, soaked into soft bread and eaten with ones hand is the ultimate in comfort for an evening in. Forget the residual guilt. ...

NiQi Travel Guide: Packing for Maldives

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When did we travel: Mid-August 2017 Duration of trip: 5 nights/6 days Season: 'Wet' Season, occasional showers. Weather: One afternoon of light drizzle. Still warm and no need to wear a jacket or coverup. Overcast for 2 days but still suitable to swim. What luggage did we take: I needed to pack for 2 adults and 4 children aged 4.5 ...