Oceania is a great cuisine area that includes foods from Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands including Fiji, Vanuatu and Papa New Guinea.
A delicious chocolate ice cream and fruit alternative to the traditional English hot plum pudding, also known as Australian Christmas pudding. Kids love it. Any dried or glace fruits can be used or you can use fruit mince as well. You can use a pudding basin or a bundt pan for this recipe.
These are pickled onions, New Zealand style, with a thick pickling sauce and a curry taste. It's powerful!
This recipe came about as I simply yearned the taste for some thing different and spicy, and it became a success.
Cheese rolls, (or southern sushi) were one of my fav's growing up (unless some egg put onion in them). Here is my very grown-up twist to this classic, with bacon!
A combination of fresh squid rings, mussels, prawns, scallops, fresh herbs, Kalamata olives, plenty of lemon and red onion served on a bed of crisp salad greens.
It's light and fruity and...blue! Garnish with a slice of pineapple and a maraschino cherry and a cocktail umbrella. relax, drink and think of Elvis:-)
Fijian bread buns that are smothered with coconut milk then baked until golden brown. These are similar to Hawaii's version called Pani Popo.
This is a sticky, sweet delicious recipe that comes from the island of Guam. It's very easy to make and is sure to be a hit with the kids.
This easy stir fry has rice noodles, onion, garlic, capsicum, courgette, baby spinach, spring onion, and diced beef stir fried in soy sauce until done.
Hawaiian pizza is great, not just because the kids love it, but because it is possibly the easiest of all the pizza combinations to make.