From Australian Ready Steady Cook chef Warren Turnbull. TIP 1 - you can make ahead and assemble spring rolls several hour ahead and keep covered in the fridge and cook just before serving. TIP 2 - try using fresh peaches or plumbs instead of mango and you can use puff pastry instead of filo (just one layer only though).
"Rich, subtly spiced with cinnamon and ginger, and sweet with molasses, this dessert is a version of the pudding that has been served at the venerable Rhode Island clam shack Aunt Carrie's since it opened, in the 1920s." - Saveur
With 2 avocado trees, I am always on the look-out for good recipes. I found this in the December 2014 O Magazine. I am not clear whether this is 2 large Haas or buttery Florida style avocados....experimenting will tell.
What better way to start an autumn morning that by having a parfait for breakfast? The kids will love helping you make this. I saw this on pinterest and traced it back to a blog called Make the of everything! and this is one of the best ways to enjoy the tasty changing of seasons.
This is a weird-sounding recipe, but it tastes great and is very easy to make. I found it on the web but it is originally from an undated Australian book called 'Commonsense Cookery Book' which was written by the NSW Public School Cookery Teachers Association. I would recommend adding another couple of passionfruit (unless you have very large ones) and topping them with the pulp of an extra half or whole passionfruit.
Keep in mind that the tablespoons called for in the recipe are the standard Australian tablespoon of 20ml, i.e. 1 tsp bigger than the rest of the world's standard tablespoon.