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A top calcium source, and high in protein, yoghurt is a versatile food that you can use to replace high-fat cream and sour cream.
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|Indian-style rice with chickenThe spicy aromas of this satisfying salad make it tempting fare at any time of year. The rice, with its slightly chewy texture and Indian spicing, provides the perfect backdrop for tender chicken, crunchy raw vegetables, sweet grapes and toasted nuts.||Scallop salad with gingerThis unusual and very nutritious salad is based on soba, the Japanese noodles made from buckwheat. They are tossed with bean sprouts, Chinese cabbage, fresh coriander and an intensely flavoured dressing, then topped with juicy soy-grilled scallops and mushrooms.||Coronation chickenSpecially created for Queen Elizabeth's coronation lunch, this curry-flavoured salad with a fruity rice pilaf has become a popular summer dish. Often made with cream and mayonnaise in the sauce, this updated version reduces the amount of mayonnaise and adds yogurt instead.||Chinese prawn soupThis light, refreshing soup has flavours that are characteristic of Chinese cookery: sesame, ginger and star anise. The dried mushrooms and dried shrimp add complex flavours; both can be found in larger supermarkets and Asian food shops.||Thai fish cakes with dipping sauceThese delicious fish cakes, made with fresh fish and potatoes, are flavoured with lemongrass and coriander, and spiced with Thai red curry paste. They're served with a tangy lime and honey dipping sauce, and a lettuce, cucumber and mint salad, to make a tempting first course.||Stir-fried scallops and prawnsFor a quick and delicious treat, this Asian seafood stir-fry is hard to beat. It requires very little oil and the seaweed and vegetables add lots of flavour and texture. Pickled ginger can be found in larger supermarkets.||Thai green fish curryThis curry is wonderfully fragrant. Serve it with jasmine rice and a side dish of Chinese cabbage or broccoli florets stir-fried with garlic and a little soy sauce. Packs of Thai fresh spices that include lemongrass, lime leaves and galangal are available from many large supermarkets.|
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