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A parmesan-flavoured pizza dough makes a delicious case for a ricotta and herb filling topped with sweet cherry tomatoes and black olives. Serve with a salad of mixed leaves and poppy, pumpkin and sunflower seeds, toasted to bring out their flavour.
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|Tabouleh with goat's cheeseTabouleh is a classic Middle Eastern salad made with burghul. While the wheat is soaking, you have just enough time to chop the vegetables and herbs, and make the dressing. Serve with some lavash or pita bread.||Smoked salmon with pasta bowsThis colourful and nutritious salad is full of delicious textures and flavours. Little bows of pasta and peas are mixed with a creamy, fresh green dressing made from watercress and herbs, then garnished with more watercress and topped with pieces of smoked salmon.||Chicken Caesar saladA variation on the classic Caesar salad, this one is more substantial as it includes chunks of tender chicken breast, green beans and tasty anchovy croutons, all tossed in a creamy yogurt dressing. Serve with warmed baguette.|
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