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    This way of making grilled sandwiches is much lower in fat than those made by being toasted or fried. You can vary the fillings for your taste......just use imagination:)

    Recipe #133173

    1 Reviews |  By Jen T

    Easy pan fried steaks cooked low fat style.

    Recipe #133170

    2 Reviews |  By Jen T

    Low fat, stove top cooking. Goes well with mashed potatoes, jacket baked potatoes, rice, pasta or noodles.

    Recipe #133167

    Another from my 'Good food for the Heart' collection. Low in fat and easy to make:)

    Recipe #133165

    A very simple to make kebab. Low fat and healthy. I like to pour over my Low fat mushroom sauce and serve with a salad for a light healthy meal. Another recipe from my 'Food for the Heart' cookbook. *Note: You can also use little tomatoes, wedges of onion or chunks of red or green peppers for variation if liked.

    Recipe #133163

    3 Reviews |  By Jen T

    This very easy & quick to make recipe comes from my "Food for your Heart" cookbook. A low fat alternative to a traditional Stroganoff sauce. Nice with grilled steak, chicken, kebabs, meatloaf or pasta.

    Recipe #133162

    4 Reviews |  By Jen T

    Another quick and easy recipe for when you want a warm custard without the hassle of milk sticking to the pot!! You can also flavour this custard with vanilla or your favourite liqueur such as Frangelico, Kahlua, Cointreau, Brandy or Rum :) A good way of using left over egg yolks from another recipe that calls for only the whites, OR use the whites to make some small meriingues to have with the custard and maybe some fruit:)

    Recipe #133138

    Makes a nice afternoon tea sponge cake or after dinner dessert served with coffee. I have listed two different ways of making this cake, #2 I believe to be easier :) I am always looking for easier ways!!!! However it depends on how you like to make your cakes. This cake is a little heavier than a 'true' sponge. Also goes nicely, unfilled and not frosted, warm, with custard for dessert.

    Recipe #133037

    1 Reviews |  By Jen T

    These little turnovers make a nice special late breakfast or mid morning treat, with a large milky coffee or have them for a quick dessert served with a scoop of ice-cream and/or whipped cream :) *You can use mashed, canned apricots in place of the conserve or jam. Also, try with other fruits such as cooked apple or berry conserves or jams. Your choice:)

    Recipe #133028

    3 Reviews |  By Jen T

    These make great party nibbles or just to eat by themselves without the Brie filling. Another recipe from "Annabelle Cooks" In response to another chef's question I have added sugar as an optional ingredient. The original recipe does not have it. I guess it is personal taste :)

    Recipe #133023

    3 Reviews |  By Jen T

    A heathly and easy to make savoury muffin. This comes from my "Annabelle Cooks" recipe book. You can make texas, regular,or mini muffins, depending on how you want to serve them:) ****Oooops!!!! Thanks to a very observant chef I had missed out the baking powder. This has now been corrected in the ingredients list. My apologies to anyone who has made them without this essential ingredient!!!! I must have had a 'senior' moment :)

    Recipe #133021

    6 Reviews |  By Jen T

    Simple to make and classic mint and lamb taste. I like to serve these with jacket baked potatoes and some steamed green veggies and carrot sticks.

    Recipe #133020

    4 Reviews |  By Jen T

    This is nice on its own with milk or use to make my 'Breakfast Cranachan', a mixture of cereal, raspberries and yogurt.

    Recipe #133018

    2 Reviews |  By Jen T

    A healthy start to the day with cereal, yogurt and fruit all in one dish :) Yumm! Found this in a "3 Ingredient Cookbook". *Note: you can also use fresh blackberries or blueberries in place of the raspberries. It is also nice drizzled with a generous amount of liquid honey for those that like something sweeter :) This is a traditional scottish recipe brought up to date :) *Note: I have posted my recipe for 'Crunchy Oat Cereal' separately.

    Recipe #133016

    7 Reviews |  By Jen T

    Easy to make pork chops. Cook time does not include marinating time of 2 hours.

    Recipe #133012

    A nice light flavoured sponge to have for a change. This recipe comes from an old Australian Womans Day magazine (1969) and is still in my tried & true recipe collection.

    Recipe #132997

    1 Reviews |  By Jen T

    Great for those that love custard and cream! Here are both together :) This recipe is made extra simple by using bought ready made custard. A good one for when time is short. Use to serve with any hot or cold dessert when you would normally use just custard.

    Recipe #132963

    1 Reviews |  By Jen T

    Easy & fast way to jazz up green vegetables.

    Recipe #130339

    3 Reviews |  By Jen T

    Easy to put together earlier in the day then pop in oven 30mins before needed. You could call this Pizza Style Schnitzel!!! Makes a great change from crumbed. You could also use chicken or pork schnitzels in place of beef.

    Recipe #130118

    4 Reviews |  By Jen T

    Something quick and easy. A nice combination.

    Recipe #130116

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