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    An easy-to-prepare, quick-to-make weeknight recipe from Woolworths February 2009 'Fresh' magazine.

    Recipe #353467

    One of several budget-savvy "sizzling sausages" recipes which appeared in this week's 'New Idea'. I have also posted Recipe #352629, Recipe #352627, Recipe #352626 and Recipe #352632. this recipe, food editor Barbara Nortwood has costed at $A1.25 per serve. Chipolatas are small pork sausages that are Italian in origin. They are enjoyed throughout Europe with special popularity in the UK as a breakfast sausage. Most US residents know chipolatas as Italian sausages.

    Recipe #352820

    My adaptation of a "sizzling sausages" recipe in the current issue of the Australian magazine 'New Idea'. I have posted four other "sizzling sausages" recipes: Recipe #352629, Recipe #352627, Recipe #352626 and Recipe #352632. These have been featured as flavoursome, budget-savvy recipes. This one, the 'New Idea' cooking editor Barbara Northwood has costed at $A2.45 per serve.

    Recipe #352722

    One of several "sizzling sausages" in the current issue of the Australian magazine 'New Idea', this one a budget-savvy Sang Choy Bow which food editor Barbara Northwood has costed at $A1.83 per serve.

    Recipe #352632

    One of several budget-savvy, "sizzling sausages" recipes in the current issue of the Australian magazine 'New Idea'. This one food editor Barbara Northwood has costed at $A2.26 per serve. Vary the vegetables to meet your taste preferences and add some heat if that's what you like! If making this, I'd be inclined to increase the number of mushrooms and use onion slices in place of the corn which I've never been particularly fond of.

    Recipe #352629

    My adaptation of one of several budget-savvy "sizzling sausages" recipes in the current issue of the Australian magazine 'New Idea'. Cooking editor Barbara Northwood has costed this one at $A3.34 per serve.

    Recipe #352627

    My adaptation of one of several "sizzling sausages" recipes in this week's issue of the Australian magazine 'New Idea'. The cooking editor - Barbara Notrhwood - says "Embrace the great Aussie tradition! Throw a snag on the barbie this summer and whip up one of these tasty, budget-friendly meals". A snag BTW is an Australian slang term for a sausage. I'd certainly be interested to know if the term is used anywhere else in the world! This recipe she's costed as $A2.55 a serve. She includes "chips, to serve" which I've omitted. My other changes wouldn't make an appreciable difference to the costing. By any reckoning, a tasty, budget-conscious, 2009-savvy recipe.

    Recipe #352626

    From 'recipes for a yummy tummy: lick your lips, help your hips' which came with this month's issue of the 'australian good taste' magazine. I haven't made this and if I were to do so, to meet my taste preferences, I'd omit the red chili and use regular not light cheese. If you decide to make this, do feel free to increase the heat if you want to!

    Recipe #352369

    This recipe was one of 8 favourite recipes by Valli Little on recipe cards which came with the current issue of the Australian cooking magazine 'delicious'.

    Recipe #352129

    Delicious appetisers that can be made up to 2 days ahead. Adapted from a recipe I found in the Austrlaian magazine 'New Idea'. This recipe makes 45 Mini Shepherd's Pies. When making this, I'll omit the tomato paste as the spices in it disagree with me. Instead, I'll use 2 teaspoons dried Australian Bush Tomatoes. Worth tracking down if you can. VERY tasty! I'd suggest only adding the lemon juice if you lke citrus flavours. This recipe could also be used for making a single Shepherd's Pie or perhaps two Shepherd's Pies, depending on the size of your dishes. You could then also omit the pastry. If making larger Shepherd's Pies, remember to adjust the cooking time appropriately.

    Recipe #351791

    Yummy pancakes which can be served for breakfast, brunch, as a snack or as a side-dish. Although the recipe specifies sebago potatoes, you can also use russet burbank or spunta potatoes. All of these are potatoes that are varieties which are good for baking. This recipe has been adapted from a recipe in the Australian Women's Weekly's 'Potatoes: over 100 exciting ways to cook the humble spud', recently reprinted by popular demand. It is essential to squeeze as much moisture as possible from the potatoes in step one before adding the potatoes to the other ingredients. Please feel free to vary the herbs according to your taste preferences.

    Recipe #351753

    Adapted from a recipe in 'Terrific Chicken: 100 great meals in minutes'. If you're craving crispy chicken, this Mediterranean-style chicken is fairly quick to make and relatively low-fat! Serve it with a pasta or rice side dish and your favourite salad greens.

    Recipe #351722

    Tasty low-fat, easy to prepare chicken tenders with rice and vegetables which you can have on the table ready to enjoy in less than thirty minutes. Adapted from a recipe in 'Terrific Chicken: 100 great meals in minutes'.

    Recipe #351703

    Adapted from an Australia Day BBQ recipe in the current issue of 'New Idea'. As I don't have a BBQ, when I make these I shall be panfrying them. Please feel free to vary the herbs so that you use your favourite herbs and to use the amount of garlic to meet your taste preferences. The discarded green end of the leek can be saved and used in my Recipe #135453.

    Recipe #350542

    This recipe is from The Australian Women's Weekly's 'Potatoes: over 100 exciting ways to cook the humble spud', recently reprinted by popular demand. The recipe is "from the Apulia region in the south-east of Italy, (where) a tiella is both a homely recipe made with eggplants and potatoes, and the name of the dish in which it is traditionally cooked. You can also use desiree or spunta potatoes for this recipe." I am aware that potato types may differ from country to country, so I've included in the notes below the Women's Weekly's descriptions of the three types of potatoes recommended for this dish.

    Recipe #350449

    My adaptation of a recipe from the Summer 2009 Coles magazine, where it's listed as costing $A1.75 per serve. I've added several herbs, an apple and walnuts to the original recipe. Apple in meatballs adds moistness and flavour. If you want to keep the price down, perhaps add some extra onion, some more apple (depending on the price of apples) and then some more breadcrumbs - and either omit or reduce the quantity of walnuts. Another way of stretching this recipe further would be to add a can of drained, processed butter beans in step one, before shaping the mixture into meatballs. I've added herbs I particularly like: please feel free to vary the herbs to meet your taste preferences and to vary the quantities. I've specified mincing the onion, garlic and apple as I process mine in a mini processor. All of these could, of course, also be finely chopped. And if you're not overly fond of lemon, do consider an alternative!

    Recipe #350157

    These tasty Tofu Zucchini Patties have been adapted from a recipe I found in The Australian Women's Weekly's 'The Health Cookbook'. When I've made them for friends, as a casual luncheon dish, they've always been popular - including with those more conservative diners who had never previously eaten tofu! I've suggested serving them specifically with Greek yoghurt - as that's what I generally use - but I've also served them with tzatziki. If you're looking for a recipe for tzatziki, it's hard to beat Ravenseyes' Recipe #306901 or Recipe #157176. BTW, Australian brown onions are what Americans call yellow onions. The original recipe specified "1 cup packaged breadcrumbs" which I've left in the posted recipe but when I've made these I have used processed fresh breadcrumbs. If you find it easier, you can also process the onion and garlic. I've made the herbs optional as you may prefer some other herb combinations, and if you like your food spicier, feel free to modify the recipe so that it best meets your taste preferences.

    Recipe #349967

    Serve these for lunch, as a snack or as an appetiser. From the Australian Women's Weekly's 'little pies & cakes'.

    Recipe #349721

    Adapted from a recipe in The Australian Women's Weekly's 'little pies & cakes'. When I made this recently for guests, I had one guest who doesn't really like anchovies so I made two with sardines - a bit fiddly as I had to make two separate lots of cream! But I was impatient to try the recipe. There were four of us and so we each sampled the sardine version: the verdict was that both were very tasty. For serving to family, you might want to make this in the one larger dish. If you do this, remember to adjust the cooking time appropriately.

    Recipe #349691

    Tasty party pies to enjoy on any occasion, from The Australian Women's Weekly's 'little pies & cakes'. How many this will serve will depend of course how many other such dishes you serve at the same time. An Australian brown onion is what Americans call a yellow onion.

    Recipe #349676

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