These are some of Delia Foord's recipes. Delia is Romanian, but has lived in England for the last few years. She is an extraordinary cook , and her cooking is a combination of English and traditional Romanian dishes.
The name of this website, in case you hadn't already guessed, is a tribute to that other famous cooking Delia: Delia Smith.
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Another two for the price of one bargain! Home made mayonnaise and a recipe for an Aubergine (eggplant) salad entree that uses it (suitable for vegetarians).
A sour soup made from a fermented wheat bran. It is both delicious, and a traditional Romanian dish. (Suitable for vegetarians.)
A spicy curry and vegetable soup (suitable for vegetarians).
Mamaliga is a sort of maize pudding similar to the Italian polenta. It is an accompaniment to most Romanian dishes. (Suitable for vegetarians.)
A recipe for marble cake that Delia has borrowed from her Mum, and adapted.
The Romanians are great lovers of meat and have many kinds of sausages and meatballs. This is a recipe for Parjoale, a typical Romanian meatball.
A Romanian thick pea soup that is more like a casserole (suitable for vegetarians).
A chicken dish, cooked with a sour-cream sauce.
Two recipes for the price of one! Thai chicken sauce (with coconut milk) served with noodles. The Thai chicken sauce is a very mild curry and can be made from leftover chicken.
Another recipe from Delia's mother, this sauce makes a great accompaniment to meat but is good enough to eat on its own (suitable for vegetarians).
Some of these recipes are suitable for those on a vegetarian diet, but please check the ingredients yourself!
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Last edited Fri May 6 13:35:15 2011.