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    Zaar World Tour III - Chef floWer's Aussie/Kiwi Selection

    Zaar World Tour III - Australia & NZ

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    Vegemite is an Australian food icon, which can be consumed daily. It is a spread made mainly from concentrated yeast extract that is leftover from the beer brewing process, but that doesn't make it alcoholic.

    Recipe #204570

    This is a simple marinade for any beef cuts, the longer you marinate the more the flavour will soak into the meat. My carnivores (Little Miss (DD) and Hubby) really enjoyed it. I didn't mind it on chicken either.

    Recipe #222394

    Lamb is consumed quite a bit in Australia. I cooked this leg of lamb in the slow cooker today for Little Miss (DD) and Hubby (DD). I don’t eat red meat, but I don't deprive my family if they want to eat it. You may not want to season the lamb with salt, as this recipe has the liquid stock & soy which both have high salt contents, but it's up to your taste bugs. You could also push some rosemary into the incisions with the garlic or sprinkle some around the lamb once its in the Slow Cooker / Crock Pot. Hubby said the meat fell away from the bone. Enjoy

    Recipe #218860

    This is a lemon herb garlic chicken dish which is made in a slow cooker to contain it's natural flavours. When we served it the meat fell away from the bone. If you wish to increase the celery and carrot you may do so without dramatically change the flavour of the dish. I normally remove the skin off the drumstick, which I recommended with this dish but feel free to leave it on. Everyone enjoyed it in our house hold, hope you will enjoy it.

    Recipe #219768

    This is my first roast in a crock pot, I didn't get to try this as I don't eat red meat but the family enjoyed the beef and so did our dinner guest. I served it with Recipe #192237 and steam broccoli.

    Recipe #217465

    This dish could also be used with calamari. I have been looking for a squid/calamari dish that does not have Szechuan pepper as I am unable to find it. This recipe comes from The Australian Womans Weekly Simply Seafood book.

    Recipe #211004

    I made these for Christmas 2005 with my daughter. She enjoyed making and eating them. The plate was empty in a few minutes. This recipe came from a little book called 'Bites' by The Australian Women's Weekly - Creative food

    Recipe #184466

    I make this recipe all the time. The only thing I leave out is the milk. I use the optional orange rind as it adds to the dish. I prefer bay leaves. I don’t use any of the garnishes, I just place shredded Parmesan cheese on the top. Middle of step 5 – I use a strainer and pour the excess liquid into a small pan then use my hand wand to puree the mixture but slowly add the excess liquid as my husband prefers a thicker soup then a runny soup. The recipe comes from a book called ‘Soups - Quick and Easy’ which is published by Parragon

    Recipe #185004

    Pavlovas are a traditional Australian/New Zealand dessert. Normally served in a cake size but these are mini size perfect for the individual use. I used ready made Pavlova mini shells for the sheer convenience and use lactose free cream as Little Miss (DD) & my sister in law are lactose intolerant. This recipe comes from a book called 'Marie Clair Sweet' by Jody Vassallo.

    Recipe #218352

    I’m not very good at making cakes so whenever I needed to bring a plate of sweets to a morning or afternoon tea, I would make these. They are so easy to make. My daughter helps me rolled the coconut on the balls. Enjoy.

    Recipe #185155

    This savory muffin is very crumbly texture. Could be eaten as a snack or put in kids lunch boxes. I used pizza tomato topping sauce for the tomato sauce and it worked well.

    Recipe #222373

    When we often stay away at big hotels we request the breakfast buffet in the morning. Although I don't eat bacon or eggs and I'm not into sweet pastries. So I really look forward to morning veggies such as sautéed mushroom, grilled tomatoes, home made style baked beans on toast and hash browns. This sautéed mushroom is not like the ones served at the hotels but it satisfy my cravings.

    Recipe #217459

    This is one of my creations. I cook this when we have guests staying over on the weekend. A bit like Sunday Brunch were everyone wakes up as they please. I don’t eat eggs or bacon but friends who I’ve cook this for once ask for it each time they stay over. The secret in a good omelette is the pan, one with non-sick. I use a 25 cm pancake pan, it’s made by Tefal and the brand is called Integral. If you run out looking for this pan then look at special catering companies. It's really hard to find.

    Recipe #197927

    I made these for dinner guests and everyone enjoyed them. Cooking them in batches takes a little long but if you have a few oven trays it would be faster. These could could serve these unusual crackers after dinner (supper) with cheese, dried fruit, nuts and wine. I served the with cheese and grapes. The recipe comes from a book called 100 favourite cakes and biscuits by Alison Holst

    Recipe #217460

    This is from 'Cooking fun with The Wiggles' cookbook. Little Miss (DD) loves the Wiggles, the Wiggles is a popular Australian kids show featuring four guys wearing four different colour shirts singing songs, cooking and playing games. She has their cookbook and this is the recipe she has chosen to make. I used egg substitute but needed to use 3.5 tablespoons of orange juice as the dough was a little dry.

    Recipe #231044


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