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    This is a simple way to prepare your veggies, but it looks really pretty and tastes delicious. The good thing about this technique is you can steam them ahead of time, and then sauté them at the last minute so you have a hot side dish ready with the rest of your meal.

    Recipe #204863

    A tasty side dish that I invented to go with a Greek meal.

    Recipe #213917

    This is a sweet, rich dish that is delicious over rice. It is very popular in my online mother's group ... You can chop and change the veggies if you like.

    Recipe #180926

    Pumpkin soup is an Australian favourite, but I sometimes find it a bit bland. This recipe adds a little something extra, without overpowering the pumpkin flavour. You can garnish this with some coriander leaves (AKA cilantro). Can be served hot or cold. Note: if you like to make LOTS of soup, you'll want to double this. It really does make only about 4 serves. It looks like a lot of pumpkin, but it cooks down to nothing.

    Recipe #184853

    This is based on an Australian Weight Watchers recipe. It's very healthy and low fat but tastes like it isn't! I often double the sauce and use it to cook up a 500g bag of defrosted frozen prawn meat. I also change up the veggies ... use whatever you have on hand. I like to throw in a handful of baby spinach right at the end. I have often thought it might be nice with a small tin of pineapple and a tsp of coconut extract ... let me know if you try this!

    Recipe #185427

    This is a based on a casserole recipe I found on 'Zaar (#35583). I wanted to make it a bit healthier, so I added more veggies, wholemeal flour, and reduced the cheese. I also can't get cornbread mix where I am, so I had to combine it with a from-scratch cornbread recipe (#4496). I normally would just post my changes in the feedback, but these changes were pretty extensive and I am interested to see the difference in the nutritional values. You may need to fiddle with the baking time as I used a non-standard baking dish and I have a really dodgy oven. The original recipe called for a 3-qt dish and 30 minutes of baking time. NOTE: I have updated this recipe as somehow managed to leave out the cornmeal! Amazed that the review still came out so well *LOL*!

    Recipe #110929

    Another simple, delicious recipe from my friend Chris. Cooking for 40 minutes will result in completely broken down lentils and well melded flavours. If you like your lentils to retain their shape, cook for only 20 minutes. This will thicken on standing, so add more water when reheating for leftovers. Freezes well.

    Recipe #254106

    Another recipe from Leanne Ely's Menu Mailer (savingdinner.com). This was very easy, and my husband loved it. I found it a little plain but he has simpler taste than I do.

    Recipe #148334

    This is a dark "quick bread" that is fast and easy to prepare. Because it doesn't use yeast, you don't need to knead it or let it rise. Don't be put off by the long list of instructions. It's just that the recipe is very detailed. I am not a breadmaker and managed this recipe quite successfully. From Cooking Light, October 2002. This was published as part of an article pairing soup recipes with bread recipes. The "partner" for this recipe is Mexican Ham and Bean Soup, which is also delicious. This is also nice spread with a little butter for breakfast.

    Recipe #198437

    Another simple but tasty recipe from Leanne Ely's Menu Mailers (savingdinner.com). I love a quick, healthy meal especially when it gets me compliments from my hubby. I used wholemeal spirals instead of the linguine the original called for, and simplified the instructions to avoid dirtying an extra pan unnecessarily.

    Recipe #148337

    This is another "throw-together" pasta that is easy and delicious. I always use wholemeal spiral pasta, but you can use any medium shape pasta you like. Leave out the tuna for a vegetarian version. Inspired by a recipe in Cooking Light, June 1998.

    Recipe #214045

    I got the recipe for the patties from an online mum's forum I use. But the dressing and salad I invented myself.

    Recipe #214040

    An Australian Weight Watchers recipe. Core plan, or 5.5 points per serve. Note that Australian points are not quite equal to US ones.

    Recipe #237369

    This is a quick weeknight favourite in our house. Serve with a squeeze of lemon and/or a handful of washed, mixed greens on top.

    Recipe #187902

    This recipe is from Leanne Ely of SavingDinner.com. I use her Menu-mailer when I just can't be bothered planning a menu for the week. Her recipes tend to be quick, simple, and relatively healthy, albeit a bit plain for my taste.

    Recipe #148331

    One of the ladies in my mother's group made us this chicken on the barbecue for lunch one week. We all loved it, and I am putting her recipe here for safe keeping. Chris suggests making extra as they are excellent cold, too! They are very easy to make. Cook time includes time to marinate in the fridge.

    Recipe #187152

    This is originally from Cooking Light magazine. This is one of my husband's favourites, and he's not even vegetarian. I found another version of this recipe that suggested using uncooked, grated potato instead of the cooked potato. That's a time-saving method probably worth a try, because there is quite a lot of prep required for this recipe.

    Recipe #148722

    I found this on another website and it has become a family favourite. It's easy, healthy, and freezes really well. What more could you ask for? The original recipe calls for a small tin of sliced mushrooms, but I find a lot of people don't like mushies, so I leave them out.

    Recipe #186300

    Stolen, then heavily adapted, from a blog. A very nice corn muffin that is not too sweet. Excellent side dish for soups and stews.

    Recipe #300495

    I wanted to make JanRoundOz's Recipe #21444, but I also wanted to use up some cabbage. So I googled Mongolian and Cabbage to see whether the combination might be appropriate. I came across this Kylie Kwong recipe on a cooking blog. It looks yummy, and I love serving beef mince in new ways!

    Recipe #237368

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