Originally from Healthy Food Guide Magazine in New Zealand, but we found it in their cook book and have made it several times since. Lovely combination of sweet and sour, with a bit of a kick from the radishes.
A very simple way to serve lamb. I love to cook these on the barbecue and serve them with new potatoes and a couple of salads. Recipe by Alison Holst, posted for ZWT5. Preparation time does not include marinating time.
This is my Mom's recipe. It is so good, very light and fluffy with a crispy crust on the bottom. Very simple too. Can be used to make rolls, or loaves. You can easily double it. You can also add 1c. raisins and/or slivered almonds,orange/lemon zest and vanilla extract to a loaf for a festive holiday bread. The options are endless!
This is a healthier version of our favorite banana bread recipe. It has very little fat yet still moist and light. The maple syrup also adds a nice depth of flavor. I use white whole wheat which is lighter, milder and less dense than regular whole wheat and would recommend it for this recipe. King Arthur Flour carries it.
This recipe makes quite a bit of sauce so I always have left overs for another week. Delicious and not too hard. You would do best to use a sweet vinegar I usually use balsamic just because it is what we usually have on hand but rice vinegar is sweeter and lighter. I usually serve a medley of baked potatoes and carrots, and also fresh rolls as sides. I hope you enjoy!
This is very easy and turns out so moist and soft. We have made a healthier adaption to it which I have also posted. But really this is the best. It is my Aunt's recipe. You can add nuts to it if you like. Hope you enjoy!
Very good sweet bread. Perfect bread for around Christmas time or any time of the year. Makes good toast and would also be nice as french toast. Sometimes we use half whole wheat and half white that also makes it good, but suit yourself. This is a recipe from a friend.
I am really not a fan of eggplant - unless it's done this way! I found this recipe ten years ago, but haven't made it in a long time. My organic box had an eggplant in it this week, so I had to make it again. I made it with my own spin this time, marinating the tomatoes in a red wine/olive oil/fresh basil vinaigrette, and it was better than ever!