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    A starter for 6 or light meal for 4 with French/pitta bread We had this as a delicious starter at a friends house, and I begged her for the recipe, I cant wait to try it!! I'm guessing at the amount of halloumi, but basically you want to have about four 'fingers' per person, as a starter. The dressing was marvellous! I love halloumi but have never tried making it, well, thats now going to change :D

    Recipe #317733

    This is a very popular dish here in South Africa. My cousin-in-law makes these often, especially for breakfast (without the wine!), and varies the fillings. It's a good side dish for summer barbeques! If you are not going to use the wine, substitute 1/2 cup of vegetable stock. The mushrooms can be stuffed and refrigerated a day in advance, which is a bonus if you are pressed for time

    Recipe #316644

    I'm posting this recipe for ZWT5. it comes from a lovely cookbook "Dine Around The World", a gift from a friend many years ago. From the book :" One hundred years ago, a Hungarian lady brought recipes to Sydney, but nobody could understand their Hungarian names. So this roll was called Kangaroo Pie, because filling it reminded people of a kangaroo filling its pouch." It doesn't specify the fish to use, but I would use hake, cod, tilapia, or similar.

    Recipe #370707

    This simple recipe uses the sweet potato with its distinctive flavour and colour as the base for a delicious soup with a hint of orange and coriander. Taken from "What's Cooking : Potatoes" The recipe calls for the soup to be pureed, and the addition of yoghurt. I don't do this as we prefer chunky soups, so in fact, I stop at the end of Step 4! I squeezed fresh oranges for the orange juice.

    Recipe #373541

    A good comfort casserole, all-in-one meal, that can easily be made ahead. The last time I made this, I used minced pork, instead of beef (hamburger). You could substitute yoghurt for the sour cream. From The Australian Family Circle Best Seller Series, Favourite Minced Meat recipes. I've had this book since the children were babies, always my favourite fall-back when I need to feed a houseful of young people!

    Recipe #377765

    Rather nice beans! Can be made richer with the use of cream and butter, or calorie conscious with yoghurt! From Readers Digest : Quick And Thrifty Cooking In South Africa

    Recipe #401458

    Simple and quick, a little different. From Readers Digest: Quick & Thrifty Cooking In South Africa

    Recipe #401683

    Haven't made this, but it sounds good! The recipe calls for 6 fresh corn cobs, so I looked up the conversion charts, which suggests that 1 medium corn cob yields about 3/4 cup of corn. That would be 4.5 cups of frozen or canned corn, which sounds like rather a lot, to 200 gr of potatoes, which is about one large potato. Although the corn is pureed, which would make a difference. So I'm going to suggest 3 cups corn, but if you feel that this is too much, or too little, adjust accordingly. And let us know! :D Recipe comes from "Gourmet Stews And Mash".

    Recipe #411068

    This is my standard recipe for banana bread, been making it for years, it describes itself as so easy that your children can try their hand at it! It always turns out well for me, and I am not much of a baker. It comes from "The Best Of Winning Recipes", a compilation of recipes from a popular South African magazine, "Huisgenoot". This recipe is accredited to Mrs H van der Berg of Brits.

    Recipe #397163


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