Another Dairy Australia find from from cookbook.
So easy and I did substitute some of the vegetables, which worked so well with cleaning out my vegetable drawer in the fridge, but I am posting the recipe as written. Served with relish this makes a wonderful snack or side dish. This is perfect for lunches the next day as well.
Homemade spaetzle are quick to prepare and really very good.
Serve topped with cheese and/or fried onions…or plain with butter…or baked again until roasted in the oven...or with a meal with sauce; for example, Zürigschnätzlets (Veal in Cream Sauce- Veal Zurich) (Recipe #175785)…or…..
Fresh peaches baked underneath a chew oatmeal cookie and served with vanilla ice cream makes this a true down home recipe.
**In the fall you can use apple instead of peaches**
You can make this in individual ramekins with one dollop of dough on top of each.
*do not over mix the cookie dough or your topping will be tough*
cook time does not inclued cooling time.
I found this in a magazine. I'm storing it it to make at a later date. A lamington pan is a shallow baking tray 19cmx30cm or or approximately 7 1/2 in x 12 in. Shaved ham or turkey could be used instead of the salmon and you could cut the triangles in half again to serve with drinks.
I saw this done on a TV cooking show and made it for grand final weekend. It isn't a particularly eggy mix and I think bacon, prosciutto, or a couple of tablespoons of red or green capsicum would be a good additions for a change.
This is a Paula Deen classic made with a spiral-sliced ham coated with a brown sugar/mustard glaze and then covered with pineapple rings, maraschine cherries and cloves. I found this in the December 2009 Food Network Magazine. Note: I am guessing on the size of the jar for the maraschino cherries. The recipe just calls for a small jar.
From Australian Super Food Ideas. A very tasty potato dish. Have included cooking time for boiling potatoes and making sauce and oven time. I think you could make this ahead and keep in the refrigerator but would have to take out for at least 30 minutes before cooking and would cook at a slightly lower temperature for longer to ensure it heats all the way through.
NOTE 28 May'10 - Tasty cheese = cheddar, usually a young one; my personal preference is a sharp or aged vintage one depending what I have on hand but all will work well but just give a different depth of flavour. Also a sprinkle of paprika on top (or mixed with breadcrumbs does not go wrong - not unusual for me to do on a cheesy topped dish).