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    I got this recipe from a magazine. You can use either lemon juice or grape vinegar, or, as I prefer, both (as the lemon and grape vinegar combination just complements the flavour). Homemade mayonnaise will last for about 3 days in the fridge, unlike commercial ones which can last up to 6 months.

    Recipe #303453

    I used fresh ripe plums for this recipe, during plum season. The cake is a very soft sponge cake once taken out of the oven, and (in my opinion) It tastes eveb better the following day, especially if cold/refridgerated. It's important to let it rest in the tin for the allocated time (last two steps) - otherwise the cake may collapse.

    Recipe #287233

    This is delicious; from The Australian Women's Weekly. I made it without the ginger and mint leaves, and replaced the fennel seeds with aniseed, and it tasted fantastic.

    Recipe #189259

    Very quick and easy to make. All you need is the gnocchi (see my Gnocchi recipe), or any other pasta.

    Recipe #167194

    Very quick and easy to make to accompany my (homemade) gnocchi recipe. To serve, divide gnocchi among bowls, spooning over burnt butter sauce. Sprinkle with 1 cup (80g) grated/shaved parmesan cheese (optional).

    Recipe #167193

    Easy and (relatively) quick to make. You can cook/steam the potatoes in advance to save time. Desiree potatoes were in the original recipe; I use any kind of potatoes.

    Recipe #167192

    Very tasty, moist and 'lemony' cake. Easy to make, no electric mixer involved.

    Recipe #157784

    Delicious and very easy to make yogurt ice cream. You can use thickened cream instead of the yogurt if you prefer.

    Recipe #149420

    Delicious ice cream. I've made it using strawberries but you can use raspberries instead. I used 1 1/2 cups sugar instead of the 1 cup to take away the tanginess from the yoghurt. The recipe suggests to set aside the mixture of processed strawberries, sugar and juices for 2 hours in order to intensify the flavour of the fruit--you can skip this step.

    Recipe #146796

    I got this recipe from Family Circle's 'Baby and Toddler Food Cookbook'. It has only 2 ingredients, but I added a pinch of salt when beating the egg whites. Very easy to make. The following day I improvised using the meringues to make a small Pavlova (I'll post my Mini Pavlova recipe soon) - very quick to make if you're short of time. When I make these meringues again, I'll allow them to cool in the closed oven to see what the difference would be (as suggested in other RecipeZaar meringues recipes). Preparation time is only 10min.

    Recipe #135848

    During our time in Germany, my husband had a craving for these bisquits and found this recipe on the internet. I wasn't a fan at the time, as I have a sweet tooth for only syrupy Greek sweets, but it eventually grew on me and now on our three children. I find it easier when coating the bisquits (final step) with the icing sugar, to place the icing sugar in a deep bowl. You can replace the brandy with ouzo or whisky.

    Recipe #135607

    This recipe was given to me by an Irish friend whom I met when we were living in Germany (the Irish and German factor explains the 'beer' ingredient). Very quick and easy to make - just mix the ingredients and put straight in the oven. My friend noted that dark beer works best. I like to sprinkle white and black sesame seeds on the bread, as it gives it that extra taste.

    Recipe #135437

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