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Exotic Fruit Pavlova


Exotic Fruit Pavlova
Popular TV chef Neven Maguire is well known for his wonderful desserts. While simpler than the creations at his restaurant, MacNean House & Restaurant, at Blacklion, Co. Cavan, this colourful pavlova would be the highlight of any home cooked meal. The meringue can be cooked the day before and kept in a cool place until needed – and the fruit selection can be varied according to the season, making this an all-year favourite.
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Strawberry Sundae


Strawberry Sundae
Early in the strawberry season simplest is best, and it’s wonderful to luxuriate in the sunny flavour of the luscious big berries, perhaps served with a hint of caster sugar and cream or good vanilla ice cream. Or try a sprinkling of orange juice and a light grinding of black pepper. As the season goes on and the berries get smaller, chop them up and mix roughly with broken meringue and cream. Or you might try this simple Strawberry Sundae.
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Smoked Salmon on Potato Cakes with Soured Cream


Smoked Salmon on Potato Cakes with Soured Cream
It’s hard to beat the classic way of serving smoked salmon – with good brown soda bread, a grinding of black pepper and a squeeze of lemon – but, when a change is called for, this makes a very good, easy to prepare starter. The potato cakes can be made ahead and reheated - and they could also be frozen until needed, if required, then defrost and reheat as below.
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Warm Lamb Salad with Yoghurt and Fresh Mint Dressing


Warm Lamb Salad with Yoghurt and Fresh Mint Dressing
This recipe was contributed to Truly Tasty (Atrium, hardback 332pp, €19.95/£17.95 - a beautiful and truly unique cookery book, in which well known Irish chefs have created recipes specifically for adults living with kidney disease – and all royalties go to the Irish Kidney Association) by Euro-Toques consultant chef Eugene McSweeney, former proprietor-chef of the renowned (and much missed) Lacken House in Kilkenny.
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Lemon Tart


Lemon Tart - by Leslie Hayes
The chef behind the familiar stylishly simple food at Avoca Handweavers, Leylie Hayes, contributed this gorgeous lemon tart recipe to Truly Tasty (Atrium, hardback 332pp, €19.95/£17.95 - a beautiful and truly unique cookery book, in which well known Irish chefs have created recipes specifically for adults living with kidney disease – and all royalties go to the Irish Kidney Association) - proof that being on a restrictive diet needn’t always mean no treats.
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