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    The sort of food lots of us grew up eating.
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    An old fashion steamed pudding.

    Recipe #402521

    This recipe was on a CSR dark brown sugar packet. It is a Aussie favourite and is very sweet and rich and so only small portion is needed. Use a neutral tasting oil. All measurements are in metric.

    Recipe #329743

    This is one of my favourite dishes from growing up. Mum originally found it on the back of a frozen pastry packet. It's so yummy, and economical. And the best part, kids love it!

    Recipe #331665

    Nice easy recipe for making lamingtons, soft sponge cake coated in chocolate icing and rolled in coconut.

    Recipe #332964

    On the menu when my passionfruit vine starts fruiting, from BH&G.

    Recipe #335484

    1 Reviews |  By Sara 76

    These are as Aussie as it gets, and are my sister's favourite cake treat!

    Recipe #343050

    Libby is a family friend who is known in our town for her wonderful baking. This is a recipe I got from her many years ago.

    Recipe #343343

    An old family recipe from the depression era. This is a great way to use passionfruit!

    Recipe #344381

    1 Reviews |  By Tisme

    Another find from Nan's cookbook. I remember she used to make this all the time when I was younger. I love it now, but when I was younger I used to turn up my nose at this.......funny how things change! Use whatever jam you prefer, I usually use a berry jam, it makes for a nice colour if you use a see through ovenproof dish.

    Recipe #346035

    This recipe comes from a book called Country Classics, containing treasured recipes from the Country Women's Association of NSW, Australia.

    Recipe #347567

    Pavlova is a traditional to Australians and New Zealanders that was apparently created in honour of the ballerina Anna Pavlova, when she toured in those parts. It is basically a delicate mountain of whipped meringue. After being baked under low heat, the outside shell gets crunchy, the top gets browned, but the inside stays chewy and soft - like creamy fresh marshmallow. It then gets piled high with softly whipped cream and fresh fruit. The result is dreamy, with the consistency of a cream-smothered cloud.

    Recipe #359707

    This is the best selling, fabulous tasting, world famous Tomato Relish as made by the "Boonooroo Brown Paper-bag Ladies" This is REALLY like granma used to make. If I buy "cooking tomatoes" and they are very pale, I add a small tub of tomato paste. You can add garlic, or herbs to this recipe, but I dont find it needs it. I always double this recipe, cause I am constantly being asked for it :) I use good quality brown vinegar, but the my fellow Bag Ladies use the generic stuff.

    Recipe #360286

    6 Reviews |  By I'mPat

    I started making this 30+ years ago for the DH - from a Nestles condensed milk can, the DH prefers it without the chocolate topping so I have omitted it, never done it. I've only recently just started to make this again for him, don't know why I stopped doing so in the first place, so it has been a rediscovery.

    Recipe #361938

    We grew up on this fabulous, economical comfort dessert! This particular recipe is from Lady Flo Bjelke-Petersen's Classic Country Cooking cookbook, and is the recipe i have used since moving out of home 13 years ago. These are best served pipng hot, with vanilla ice-cream.

    Recipe #363340

    1 Reviews |  By 8elbows

    My mum's (mother-in-law's) recipe, which was handed down from her mum. My husband loves it so much, that he actually takes the time to make it himself.

    Recipe #369111

    1 Reviews |  By 8elbows

    I don't actually know why it is called Debs, it is just what the family has always called it. It is like chocolate soufflé, but better and easier.

    Recipe #369113

    2 Reviews |  By WiGal

    A New Zealand recipe from ecook.com.co.nz Posting for ZWT 5. You can also serve in mini phyllo shells, put a tiny bit of whipped cream on, and garnish with teeny lemon strips.

    Recipe #369680

    From "Cooking the Australian Way". Time does not include 30-minute standing time.

    Recipe #370540

    An Australian version of the Rice Krispy Treat

    Recipe #370637

    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, scones, cookies, and cakes that are fancy and plain. This is the time to rest and ‘restoke the furnace.’ These thin, crisp oat and coconut drop cookies are a welcome part of the simplest or most elaborate tea." I haven’t yet tried this.

    Recipe #371385

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