Crisp, refreshing and tasting of summer, cucumbers are a very versatile ingredient. Try them in raita, salads, dips, sandwiches and soups.
Make this early in the day and keep in the refrigerator to let the flavors blend and intensify. Add more mint to taste, but do not substitute dried mint; the flavour is just not the same.
Cool summer vegetables like corn, tomatoes and capsicum and fragrant spices make for a colourful salad with a Mexcian influence! A zesty compliment to a BBQ!
A good starter that combines fresh tuna with a sesame soy dressing. Make sure to use the freshest tuna available.
This is a refreshing blend of yoghurt, cucumber, dill and garlic and is a great accompaniment to lamb. Mint may be used in place of the dill.
These yummy sammies have egg salad seasoned with onion, red capsicum and dill then topped with slices of fresh English cucumber for a delicious lunch or snack.
Cool, delicious cucumber salad. For a pretty salad, peel only half of each cucumber, leaving strips of skin on each.
It is the dressing that makes a salad! Use this deliciously refreshing dressing on any green salad for a fresh new taste.
A classic macaroni salad with capsicum, tomato, tomato and onion for plenty of bright flavours and crunch! Simple to make too, using bought salad dressing.
A lovely light salsa for the summer. Cucumbers are chopped, mixed with sour cream and yoghurt a bit like a raita.
Penne pasta is tossed with tomatoes, cucumbers, green capsicum and black olives, then dressed in a lemon juice vinaigrette.