From Australian BH&G Diabetic Living. A very filling healthy meal for 2 people. Fresh packets of stir fry vegetables sell in the supermarkets and green grocers in Australia or just make up your own mix of your favourites.
I made these for dinner last night and was really happy with them. This recipe could easily be doubled. Make sure to allow time in the fridge.
According to the Australian Pork Board, lean Australian pork (and loin cutlets were included in the info) contains less than 2g fat per 100g raw meat, so I don't agree with the sites' nutritional data but have to use it!
Ohh, so you want something different for your special cheese platter ......hey then h'ava go at this ...... this maybe the recipe you need! This is soooooooo good! This is a bewdiie mate!
DH says "This chutney is great with Blue Cheese." I just prefer it on a cracker 's, damper or bread with cold meat!
Serving size depends on what size jars you may use.
Can't give your Zucchini away!!!!
Try these, they can be served hot, cold or even at room temperature.
We love them hot straight from cooking served with lemon wedges and
a nice yougurt based sauce such as Cacik or Tzatziki Sauce.
Found this in a local paper and such a great way to use up those Zucchini over the summer months.
A Karen Martini recipe from her cookbook "cooking at home'. She suggests that 1 bunch carrots can be substituted by 1 turnip and 2 parsnips, peeled and cut into quarters. A nice vege side for any roast. You could use larger carrots and cut them into halves or quarters instead of baby carrots if wished....though the baby carrots give a lovely presentation
I like that the falafel are baked instead of pan-fried. I have made falafel before that fall apart in the pan. From a borrowed library book "The ultimate book of vegan cooking". Instead of cooking soaked chickpeas by boiling you may prefer to pressure cook them. Gluten-free if gf ingredients are used. Can be served with a salad, on pita bread or with tahini. Cooking time does not include overnight soaking of the beans.
This slice is NOT for the diet concious!
Very rich and very yummy and did I mention very easy!
You can substitute chocolate for a different kind, but if you use a chocolate with a creamy filling freeze the chocolate for an hour before using.
Made this for the family for a change. The kids are on a health kick and our family favourite is mashed spuds!!!!!
So I found this recipe and everyone loved it, so this will subsitute on a few occasions from now on..............and maybe cut down on some carb's!
I do use the low fat cream version as DH hates evaporated milk, and also use the chicken stock.
This is wonderful, delicious and warming for a cold winter's night and the best is .....it's so quick and easy.
I use reduced salt chicken stock and season myself if needed, but have posted recipe as written.
I have also made this recipe using the microwave using pre cooked chicken adding the chicken with step 2.