This delicious dish makes a great dip or entree. Basil and tomatoes are seasoned with green chilli, garlic and sea salt. Serve with toasted baguette slices or pitta wedges.
This is a rich and nutritious dip, great with Turkish or Lebanese bread, crackers, tortilla chips or just spooned onto a salad! If you prefer to use dried beans, soak them overnight, then simmer in enough water to cover for approximately 45 minutes, until soft.
Tofu stretches the peanut butter in this spicy dip, reducing kilojoules and giving it a velvety consistency. Serve with crudités, as a spread or as a dressing for an Asian noodle salad.
Brushed with an aromatic paste, puff pastry turns into a delicious snack in a flash. Freezing these rolls for about 45 mins makes them easier to cut.
A slightly thinner version of vegemite scrolls with herbs and mustard. These snails make great finger food. Freezing the roll for 30 mins makes them easier to cut thin but is not essential.
I adapted this recipe from an existing one and my kids absolutely love it and it's really easy and healthy.
Perfect on a warm day, a tangy sandwich that will kick your tastebuds back to life!
This is a nice, basic tomato salsa that is great as is, or you can add to it if you wish. Sometimes I like more jalapeno.
These are perfect winter snacks! No one can resist the gooey cheese with the crunch of pastry underneath.
Dried apricots give these more-ish biscuits a tang.
A simple and basic but tasty recipe
A recipe that will change your Guacamole standards forever. The pomegranate seeds are the secret to its unique bittersweet flavor. Irresistibly delicious! You can also mash this dip by hand.
A platter of 21 chicken wings in a variety of flavours: honey soy garlic, lemon pepper, garlic and pepper, tomato and herb, and lemongrass. A party on a plate!
This is a delicious variation of dolmades using grape leaves stuffed with lamb, onion, mint, pine nuts and rice.
These delicious roasted chickpeas are crisp, spicy little nibbles that make a healthy snack. Good for parties.
Easy for kids to make, feed the starving blokes when they come to watch - you guessed it - football cheaper than buying and tastes better, well I reckon
This recipe comes from my Aunty Sue, and I blame her for getting me addicted to fresh rice paper rolls. They're such a healthy alternative to some other Asian dishes and lots of fun to make together around the table for dinner. This recipe maximises the flavour of the rolls by omitting the rice vermicilli that rice paper rolls are often stuffed with as a filler.
This easy dish is suitable for summer or winter meals.
Great with a bowl of seafood chowder or delicious summer salad.
Looking for a mean feast to feed a crowd? Corn, prawns, crab, potatoes and sausage all boiled together to make enough kai to feed 15. This is as quick and easy as.
This mixture is kept in the fridge. It makes 8 cups, and I use it in 2 cupful lots to make different flavoured biscuits as required. 2 cups makes 24 biscuits.