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Today’s tasty recipe from Oonagh at CnD Community Cafe!

A message from Oonagh’s Cooking Club on facebook!

Hi everyone, here at the Cooking Club we decided to start doing some of our recipes for take out meals: these will change so stay posted for updates. You can also send us a private message on facebook @rhincrewcooking if you wish to place an order. Thank you, stay safe, Oonagh.

Try a Thai Green Chicken Curry!

Today we’ve a treat – a cookery demonstration from Oonagh Poynton! 

 

Something spicy for today’s recipe – a firm favourite at CnD Cafe! Cajun Chicken, this time with Couscous

Couscous is still known as the Moroccan national dish. Couscous is made from semolina, which is the hard part of the grain of hard wheat. Water is used to bind two different sizes of the husked and crushed semolina. Unlike other types of pasta you may be familiar with, couscous resembles small pellets.

If couscous is something new for you (it’s very tasty and easy to cook) you might like to see some other ways of cooking it – try this link for starters!

https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/videos/techniques/how-cook-couscous

After the tasty treats of Easter weekend, how about a traditional roast dinner soon? Here’s some great instructions from CnD Community Cafe! And you could use chicken instead of turkey

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Hello again from CnD Community Cafe! This week we’ve a lovely recipe to go with the sunny day…thanks to chef Bryan and Ballymaloe Cookery School.

https://ballymaloe.ie/recipe/lemon-tart?fbclid=IwAR0YicZmEqwSJSmX7Zmxlo7v70p2xmqTPZcVdfDKwPHFPDWTm4kfNeMqNGg

Is there a recipe you’d like us to find for you, or one of your own you’d like to share? Email hayleycumannnadaoine@gmail.com

and we’ll see what we can do!

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This week on the CnD Cafe Facebook page, Caroline and the staff are focusing on Cooking on a Budget – useful tips and recipes galore! Here today is the recipe for their very easy CnD Burger. We’re looking forward to the day that our Cafe can be full again!

recipe for burger

And a little music for while you cook….from On The Town