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The melting pot

In her latest book, Nicola Millbank draws inspiration from Europe, Scandinavia and the East, to embrace eclectic, fusion food



Actress and devoted foodie Nicola ‘Milly’ Millbank’s new book celebrates delicious food that will satisfy and inspire. She says she wanted to ‘create recipes using accessible and affordable ingredients, the best of British grub cooked to perfection and embracing Scandinavian, European, Mediterranean, Asian and Middle Eastern cuisines’ all inspired by her grandfather’s favourite saying: ‘A little bit of what you fancy does you good’.

Milly asks the question: ‘Why do we need guilt-free alternatives? This surely perpetuates the notion that we have something to feel guilty about. Why should we feel guilty for eating the food that we enjoy?’

We hear you, Milly! Chapters of her book include Fridge, Freezer and Cupboard Essentials, Brunch, Light Bites, Puddings and Sweet Treats, and Sides, Snacks and Sauces, so there’s plenty of easy-to-make ideas for everyone to try.


Satay chicken is a love of mine and this salad is in homage to that, but teamed with lots of crunchy veg to freshen it up. This recipe lends itself well to being served as a layered salad, or go American-style and dice everything up. Accompany with lashings of Tangy Peanut Dip* and plenty of crispy wonton.

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