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sea salt and truffle oil potato wedges

This is a really simple recipe (if you can call it a recipe) starring the humble potato. Most of us love a good chip, don’t we? But eating chips brings with it a feeling of guilt. It’s like we daren’t admit to it in case a huge thunderbolt suddenly crashes down to striking us in...

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Creamy chicken masala pasta with mushrooms

This is another one-pot wonder from ‘Tasty’ and definitely one to try! I can’t emphasise enough how delicious it is and yet so easy. It’s a rich and creamy dish that you can cook all in one pot! (including the pasta) – just make sure it’s a good-sized to that you use. We love pasta...

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The Best Orange Cake Ever

I was so excited to see a picture of the delicious upside down orange cake I made, feature in this month’s Tesco magazine – so I thought I’d share the recipe online. The recipe is Tesco’s, I made it, put it on instagram (@gottolovecoffee) and Tesco picked it up and asked if it was ok...

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How to Make the Best Spicy Pork Burgers

Let's face it, we all need burgers in our lives. I'm not talking about heading out for a Big Mac or a whopper (although I'm guilty of consuming both at times) I'm talking about creating your very own gourmet burgers at home and these are the best spicy pork burgers ever!

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Easy Chicken with Orzo Recipe

This is a recipe taken from Nigella's Cook, Eat, Repeat. It's such an easy recipe, as it really looks after itself, but honestly, the flavour of the plumped out orzo, after it's absorbed all the chicken juices is just so delicious - you've got to try it. It's an all-round crowd-pleaser, perfect family food.

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