this is the best pineapple upside-down cake! my mother has the same recipe in a book from the 1970's and the same recipe is still available/posted on the golden circle website currently. golden circle is an australian brand and canned from australian grow
this recipe is from food and drink magazine, and it's really delicious! comments from the magazine: elegant french onion soup becomes hip with this gooey grilled-cheese "sannich" australian slang for sandwich;slid into the bowl. for onions, choose sweet
this has been one of my recipes for ages. i got it from a magazine, but i've no idea which one. it is very simple to make, and looks very impressive as part of an antipasto platter. cooking time is refrigeration time. i prefer to use field mushrooms becau
i like this recipe because, not only is it so moreish, it is so easy to make and is fail proof. my girlfriends daughter passed it on to me.
a unique and exotic dish for the acquired taste of lamb . not just any lamb only imported lamb from new zealand (because of the type of food the lamb eats) australian lamb will do as well. it has a kick so expect it. i dont recommend you using american la
a very fast tasty scallop recipe
this is a salad that i'm often asked to bring to parties.
most kids love 2-minute noodles and corn fritters so in this recipe, adapted from a recipe on the simply great recipes website, the two have been combined to make yummy kid-friendly pancakes. if you want to sneak in some different vegetables, you could pr
carrots coated with a yummy butter, brown sugar and ginger sauce. i grew up eating these in texas. easy, quick and yummy!-- great way to get kids to enjoy this veggie! if you like a lot of sauce double the sauce ingredients. i posted this less 'saucy' to
a nice easy recipe from the june 2003 copy of 'taste' from the kitchen of rebecca mason.
i came up with this as a quick and easy lunch today. it was tasty, and used no added fats or oils. i used my wok as it is the best non-stick surface i have. feel free to use any good non-stick pan you have. you could use this on it's own, in a salad,
my mum used to make this all the time when we were kids. i used to make it for my dh who absolutely loved it, but now his diet won't allow him to have it. it can be made with all lemons or all oranges, whatever takes your fancy, or whatever you may have a
easy lamb chops italian style. this recipe is layered. first you will have a layer of potatoes and onions. next you will have 3 layers of tomatoes and crumbs and 2 layers of chops. i use a deep casserole dish.
tried this great salad out from a cookbook i own. and i thought, hey i should share this great recipe with my 'zaar family. so here it is. summer is coming for heaps of you...i think it will come in handy.
this aussie has made a wonderful sandwich will make anyone love veggies!
my mother-in-law makes this every christmas, possibly to compensate for the hot lunch in the australian summer (not that i'd ever complain about her awesome christmas dinners)! everyone adores it, and her christmases are famous for a perfect ending to a p
a decadent after dinner or dessert cocktail, yum!
a traditional cookie of new zealand made with corn flakes zaar world tour 8
an australian cocktail found in my bartender's guide. fruity & refreshing!
a wonderfully simple and aromatic spice rub, that tastes just fantastic. can be used on all meats, but especially good rubbed into chicken ( a quick dinner favourite of our cooked on the old george foreman grill!) even my dad raves about this, and he is
a fabulously healthy juice drink from australian chef flip shelton's 'green: modern vegetarian recipes'. commenting on aloe vera, she says that it "has been described as a natural healer because it contains many essential amino acids, vitamins, minerals,
from diabetes australia the ultimate diabetes cookbook in response to a request for sweet treats with nuts. times are estimated and have not included standing time of 3 to 4 days. the name almond bread is a bit of a misnomer so have changed the title 30
i have to just gotta dig out my thermometre for this recipe! another find in my favourite paper the weekly times by jeremy vincent jusr can't waot to try these. until i make these i am not sure of the cooking time. .
a simple dessert custard. serve with some fresh fruit or canned. can be made suitable for a gluten-free diet by ensuring the cornflour/cornstarch used is gluten-free. ready in less than 10 minutes and can be served warm or cold as desired
from notebook february 2006. this recipe needs to be started at least 6 hours ahead or up to 1 day in advance.
i love this for summer dinner parties.
i found a cowboy cocktail book at a used book sale and this is one of the coffee recipes from it. the description in the book says, sweet, soothing and smooth as a baby's bottom, it also packs quite a punch! lol
phosphate aerator is often an ingredient in commercial baking powder and equates to additive 541 in some products ie sodium aluminum phosphate. some reports estimate that commercial baking powder may be 7-11% aluminum. now there are al-free products out t
this is great using banana capsicum ( basically a small banana shaped red capsicum that looks exactly like a huge chili) as i find that the usual sized capsicums are a little too much. anyway, a great recipe!
serve on ice
i like to zap the onion in the microwave with a bit of butter for a couple of minutes just to soften it up a bit but this is optional.
we may not get snow for christmas, but we make a beautiful sweet slice called "white christmas". great for gift baskets - definitely an australian icon. this recipe is from a clipping i have kept as a young bride circa 1989.
this is from the australian magazine, new idea. by their calculations, this comes in at just $3.95 per serve!
this recipe was in the australian womens weekly italian cookbook. this crostini recipe is really good. my friends love them. i usually keep some toast rounds on hand so i can make them up in a hurry. serve them at a cocktail party or as an appetizer befor
just made to be eaten with a garlicy leg of lamb.
have you got the andaljucian crunch bug? you will after tucking into this. perfect for a pre-dinner nibble or casual snack.
oh yes..refreshingly yum!
i found this recipe in the australian womens weekly. i thought it sounded great as it contains ingredients i always have on hand. i even made this for my toddler dd (without the nuts) and she gobbled it up. it's really simple & tasty.
i love these asian type cabbage salads and this is great with all its fresh herbs. i serve the noodles seperately for everyone to sprinkle over as i hate the mushy noodles in the leftovers. that bit's up to you.
nice and quick. delicious with lamb or indian food.
i found this in a mushroom growers leaflet. looks pretty good to me.
a great detoxing drink adapted from australian chef flip shelton's 'green: modern vegetarian recipes'. she warns "watch out for the beetroot moustache"!
originally it was a recipe for australian cookies which someone icelandic made healthy and i made it even healthier, so now it is austrian. today, when waiting for the first plate getting ready in the oven i realized that my dream of publishing a cookboo
an traditional australian biscuit made in memory of our diggers during world war 1. anzac stands for australian and new zealand army corps.
anzac biscuits are a traditional aussie biscuit that were baked by the wives and mothers during world war i and packed into food parcels to be shipped to the soldiers. they included basic staple items as food was rationed during the war and times were har
something different; not tried so the time is just a guesstimate. you need to allow time for the toasted macadamia nuts to cool before cooking them; not sure how long that would take.
posted for zaar world tour 5. try this variation on the classic by adding toasted macadamias. from http://allrecipes.com.au.
this is based on a recipe from beatrice ojakangas’, great holiday baking book. she explains, “australians still participate in the tradition of four o’clock afternoon tea, which can be a simple or formal occasion, and features a selection of sandwiches,
better homes and gardens, a new take on an old classic.
i have been told that these are australian cookies. i really like them! i'm posting this recipe foor the world tour 2005.
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