15 Best Recipes for People with Breast Cancer

15 Best Recipes for People with Breast Cancer

Feeding Habit, Food and Diet, Recipes
Best Recipes for Breast Cancer patients Table of content Recipes for nausea Recipes for low appetite Produce-packed recipes Recipes for chemo mouth Recipes for fatigue Diet Takeaway If you’re undergoing breast cancer treatment, it might be very difficult to eat your normal way. The Cancer disease can make you feel too weak to for food stuffs shopping, not to talk of cooking. Some kinds of breast cancer treatments can also cause nausea, low appetite, and even a sore mouth. Although, eating a good balanced diet is very important especially when you have a serious disease like that of breast cancer. Getting enough nutrients can as well as boost your energy levels and aid your body in the healing process or treatment process. When you are diagnosed of breast cancer and…
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How to make Spiced parsnip bisque

How to make Spiced parsnip bisque

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How to prepare Spiced parsnip bisque A vegan parsnip soup that will give you a high level of comfort ultimately on a very cold day The whole family members will eventually love this nice spiced parsnip soup, which is perfectly warming for winter months. Coconut milk usually gives a silky-smooth texture to the bisque, which has a decadent taste when being combined with sweet roasted parsnips and a mild spices. Tip: Garam masala is a spice blend that often contains cumin, cinnamon, curry leaves, coriander seed, cardamom and cloves. Add to homemade curries and samosas for instant flavour. You’ll find it in the spice aisle at the supermarket. INGREDIENTS FOR SPICED PARSNIP BISQUE 500g (1lb 2oz) parsnips, peeled and roughly chopped 1 onion, quartered 2 tbsp sunflower oil 1 tsp garam…
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How to make Chicken katsu curry

How to make Chicken katsu curry

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How to prepare Chicken katsu curry Best ways to Recreate one of your delicious restaurant or takeaway chicken katsu curry recipes at home with help from Chris Bavin's cookbook 'Fakeaway'. If you have ever been oportuned to enter a Japanese restaurant, this will surely be on the menu. Crispy coated chicken with a mildly spicy curry sauce – it’s a curry that would be loved by your whole family. Here, I use chicken breasts, although boneless thigh fillets can also work well. This is a recipe from Fakeaway: Healthy Home-cooked Takeaway Meals by Chris Bavin (Dorling Kindersley Ltd). INGREDIENTS FOR CHICKEN KATSU CURRY 4 chicken breasts salt and pepper 2 eggs, beaten 75g (2½oz) plain flour 150g (5oz) breadcrumbs 1 tsp ground turmeric ½ tsp curry powder 2 tsp vegetable…
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How to make Red cabbage, fennel and parsnip coleslaw

How to make Red cabbage, fennel and parsnip coleslaw

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How to prepare Red cabbage, fennel, and parsnip coleslaw A very nice recipe for winter slaw done by chef and restaurateur Sally Clarke - an ideal idea for accompanying a Christmas feast or roast dinner You can prepare the first 5 vegetables for this robust salad and refrigerate, covered, for up to 48 hours. Ingredients SERVES 6 FOR THE SLAW 1/2 small red cabbage, cut in half, white centre removed 1 large head fennel 2 sticks celery 1 medium parsnip, washed and peeled Small handful curly kale, stalks removed 2 apples (such as Russet or Cox) 1 lemon, juiced Small handful dried cranberries or sultanas 1tbsp pumpkin seeds 1 pomegranate 1 large bunch watercress, washed, large stems removed and gently spun dry FOR THE DRESSING 1tsp Dijon mustard 1tsp honey…
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How to make Marzipan and mincemeat pasties

How to make Marzipan and mincemeat pasties

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How to prepare Marzipan and mincemeat pasties A very nice recipe for marzipan and mincemeat pasties by chef and restaurateur Sally Clarke, The best for finishing off Christmas dinners. Ingredients SERVES 6 INGREDIENTS 250g ground almonds 250g icing sugar, plus extra for rolling and dusting 2 eggs, whites only 2tsp lemon juice 2 drops bitter almond essence 200g mincemeat METHOD Step 1 To make the marzipan, place the almonds and icing sugar in a food processor or mixing bowl and mix together until well blended. Add the egg whites, lemon juice and almond essence, and mix until a dry-ish ball is formed. Step 2 Remove the marzipan from the bowl and knead gently until it forms a smooth ball, adding a little water or icing sugar if it seems too dry…
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How to perpare Spiced apple, mincemeat, and marzipan log

How to perpare Spiced apple, mincemeat, and marzipan log

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How to make Spiced apple, mincemeat, and marzipan log The filling may take up to 24 hours or more to prepare, but the log is best wrapped and as well as baked on the day. Although, if this is too fiddly to decide on the big day, it can be baked the day before and then served at a room temperature. For drinking Traditional vintage port may be a bit too heavy for Sally’s apple, mincemeat and marzipan log. Smith Woodhouse’s 10-Year-Old Tawny, served lightly chilled, is a lighter alternative (£21.95; jeroboams.co.uk). A white Chenin Blanc dessert wine, such as Pierre Bise’s L’Anclaie Château 2014 from the Loire Valley (£17.95 for 50cl; leaandsandeman.co.uk) or Rustenberg’s Straw Wine 2019 from South Africa (£13.49 for 37.5cl; waitrosecellar.com), would also suit. Both combine…
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