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Recipe Shorts: Sometimes Less is More

Recipe Shorts: Sometimes Less is More

Check out a new cookbook that maps out recipes in 140 characters or less, becomes sometimes simple tastes just as elegant and less is more.

Recipe Shorts: Sometimes Less is More

It can be daunting to open a cookbook to find recipes listing twenty or more ingredeints and pages upon pages of instructions. Sometimes it’s necessary when you’re making a classically elegant dish with multiple steps, but other times it is worth being reminder that other times less is more.

Enter Recipe Shorts: Delicious Dishes in 140 Characters by Andrea Stewart.

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Each recipe is easy to follow, only takes up one page and will make a delicious, and still elegant bite. Some can be made in minutes, some only require a few ingredeints and all are hassle-free.

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If you’re new to the kitchen or love having a plethora of recipes that are easy to throw together for a last minute dinner party, this is the book for you. Check out some of the recipes featured in the book and be sure to make the recipe for tandoori lamb below.

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Recipe Shorts: Sometimes Less is MoreTandoori Lamb Cutlets with Tzatziki


Tandoori Lamb Cutlets

The format has been updated to read properly in our recipe format, so it is longer than 140 characters.

  • Author: Andrea Steward
  • Yield: 4 servings 1x
  • Category: Main


  • 1/2 c tandoori paste
  • 1/2 c plain yogurt
  • 1 lb lamp cutlets


  • 1/2 c grated cucumber
  • 1/2 c plain yogurt
  • 1 clove chopped garlic
  • 1 t dried mint
  • 1 t lemon juice
  • salt & pepper to taste


  1. Mix tandoori paste with plain yogurt. Add lamb cutlets, marinate 24hrs. Cook on a grill or broil in a hot oven until desired doneness.
  2. Mix together all tzatziki ingredeints and serve.


All extracts taken from Recipe Shorts by Andrea Stewart. Published by Kyle Books, photography by Faith Mason.

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