The quickest ever warming home-made curry recipe

The quickest ever warming home-made curry recipe. . Whilst you're baking a salmon fillet (around 10mins), throw together a mix of frozen vegetables -cauliflower, peas, spinach into a pan and simmer them in a "Seeds of Change" all natural jar of curry sauce. Once the vegetables have cooked to be properly soft then add the cooked fish. . So quick and simple and healthy. . Spicy with a bit of a kick is always good for colds and flu. I added turmeric for extra anti-inflammatory healing properties. . . . . . .

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Whilst you’re baking a salmon fillet (around 10mins), throw together a mix of frozen vegetables -cauliflower, peas, spinach into a pan and simmer them in a “Seeds of Change” all natural jar of curry sauce. Once the vegetables have cooked to be properly soft then add the cooked fish. .
So quick and simple and healthy. .
Spicy with a bit of a kick is always good for colds and flu. I added turmeric for extra anti-inflammatory healing properties. .
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Saturday night dinner entertaining

Saturday night dinner entertaining. 
My supper party last night was a gaspacho starter with added chopped cucumber and croutons to add texture to the cold soup.
Then this home-cooked paella.
The rice was cooked in shellfish stock (lobster, mussels, chicken, garlic and onions in the vegetable water stock), and chicken thighs roasted first with crispy skin, chorizo, prawns, mussels, squid, and some sliced peppers to decorate.
I served it with a green salad.
Cheeses and strawberries and cream for pud.
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My supper party last night was a gaspacho starter with added chopped cucumber and croutons to add texture to the cold soup.
Then this home-cooked paella.
The rice was cooked in shellfish stock (lobster, mussels, chicken, garlic and onions in the vegetable water stock), and chicken thighs roasted first with crispy skin, chorizo, prawns, mussels, squid, and some sliced peppers to decorate.
I served it with a green salad.
Cheeses and strawberries and cream for pud.
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