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Pintail duck with sprout tops and hazelnuts

Serves 4

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Spanish-style roast chicken

Ingredients

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Serves 4

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Serves 4

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Serves about 10

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brown butter sauce
by Rachel Khoo

Fish with lemon and brown butter sauce

2 fillets of lemon sole (about 150g each), skin removed
3 tablespoons of plain flour
Half a teaspoon of salt
A generous pinch of pepper
One and a half tablespoons sunflower oil
45g butter, cut into cubes
Juice of half a lemon
1 tablespoon chopped parsley
1 tablespoon small capers (optional)

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Serves 4

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Serves 4

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Ingredients to serve 8

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Serves 4-6

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