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Andrew Mackenzie Recipes

from Great British Chefs

Pan-roast duck with sweet potato fondant, baby vegetables and cherry brandy sauce

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from Great British Chefs

Imam bayildi (Turkish baked tomato and aubergine)

A twist on a traditional stuffed aubergine recipe, Andrew Mackenzie's Imam bayildi recipe makes a beautiful vegetable side or main, with layers of baked tomatoes and aubergines over a fragrant onion base.

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from Great British Chefs

Pan-roast duck with sweet potato fondant, baby vegetables and cherry brandy sauce

This Andrew Mackenzie duck recipe requires a lot of pans but don't be put off, as this is a truly sublime way to use the wonderful fowl: confiting and then pan roasting for maximum taste.

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from Great British Chefs

Roast leg of lamb with rosemary and anchovy

Andrew MacKenzie flavours his simple roast lamb recipe with garlic, rosemary and anchovy - the perfect accompaniments for this flavourful meat.

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from Baby FoodE | Adventurous Recipes for Babies + Toddlers

Fiesta Bowl for Toddlers

This meal happens at least once a week in our house, and I am totally fine with that. It's easy, fast and varied based on what I have lefted over in my fridge and pantry. One week it might be black beans, red peppers and corn, the next it will be refried pinto beans, cheddar cheese and zucchini. We generally always have the same base to our Fiesta bowls because let's face it, I'm just not that creative - brown rice mixed with olive oil and cilantro and some type of beans on top, for us a black bean or pinto bean. Then you just add each and every ingredient that sounds good to you. That is where the magic happens. Want to add some roasted chicken or seasoned tofu. Yum! How about some grilled corn and peppers. Yumm! Got some extra Avocado, Sour Cream and Pumpkin Seeds laying around. Yummm! So this isn't really a recipe but an inspiration on a [cheap!!] weekly meal that can change with what you have and what you are craving.  The best part is that everyone can make it their own way. I usually go for a lettuce bowl topped with rice, beans, all the toppings and an almost too large amount of my favorite salsa. My hubby usually goes for some tacos and salad on the side. The little one, well she just enjoys all the little items she can scoop into her mouth regardless if it makes it into the bowl or not. 

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from Great British Chefs

Toffee apples

This toffee apples recipe will produce a memorable sweet that kids will relish. Make sure to keep your children's little hands away from hot caramel.

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from Great British Chefs

Scallops with seaweed and miso kombu broth

Andrew Mackenzie's scallop and seaweed dazzles on the plate but is very simple to prepare