Bay leaves are aromatic leaves mostly used to add flavour to soups, stews and braised recipes. A bay leaf also improves a pickling mix.
Venison is a very lean meat that is often best in a stew. This one contains onions and garlic and is flavoured with Worcestershire sauce and thyme.
This vegetable lasagne is loaded with ricotta, Parmesan and mozzarella cheese and layered with onion, mushrooms, spinach, tomatoes and zucchini.
An easy slow cooker meal for those busy days. Chicken, prawns, onion and risoni pasta all seasoned with Italian seasoning and a hint of cayenne pepper.
Boring carrots no more! These ones are flavoured with cumin, cinnamon, garlic and a bay leaf then finished with lemon juice.
The secret to this sauce is that it's simmered all day. Beef mince, onion, celery, capsicum, bay leaves, garlic and chilli flakes combine to create a rich flavourful sauce.
Beef stewing slow simmered in red wine, beef stock, bay leaf and onion is garnished with a mixture of cooked bacon, button mushrooms and small onions.
This is a great way to cook napolitana chicken - quick and extremely easy. The napolitana sauce is infused with Italian seasoning, cayenne pepper, bay leaf & chilli flakes.
This Spanish and Moroccan inspired chicken dish is marinated in herbs and red wine overnight then slowly baked with green olives, prunes and capers.
This easy turkey stock can be used right away or 2 days in advance. The secret is the grated rind from 2 tangerines. Also has the usual suspects, bay leaf, peppercorn and onion.
Spaghetti with a homemade bolognese sauce with mince, tomato and oregano is topped with a fried Italian sausage and Parmesan cheese then baked until cheese is melted.