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    This recipe uses pre cooked potato. It cuts well and can be served hot or cold. You can use a larger dish and make two layers of potatoes instead of three. I used an extra potato for a 21 x 27cm dish and used 300ml cream.

    Recipe #283923

    I made this because most of the family dislike a lot of dried fruit in puddings and cakes. It went down a treat! Source:- Delia Smith (with a few tweaks). Doubles well.

    Recipe #276434

    These chicken wings are a family favourite - as the name suggests - crispy

    Recipe #275750

    This is a Turkish cake. I don't know where I picked it up from but it is good.

    Recipe #271959

    This is a quick tasty Sunday evening meal. My grandchildren love it. It uses a tin of tomato soup. I use Big Red Tomato Soup - it is a must...others do not work (well, not for me).

    Recipe #264931

    This recipe is from the latest SFI magazine. It was so easy and so, so tasty I thought I would post it for the people who don't buy the magazine.

    Recipe #260229

    Can't remember where I picked this up from but it is good, so I posting it so I won't lose it. It may sound like an odd combination but it does work

    Recipe #243445

    Found these in a local magazine. It is quick, easy and very tasty

    Recipe #243439

    This has been a favourite for years AND so easy to make. Not too sure about the name though!

    Recipe #241009

    This also has long been a family favourite. The meatballs come from Recipe #236865.

    Recipe #236866

    This has been a family favourite for over 40 years. I got it from a Family Circle magazine. You get 2 meals from the one recipe. See Recipe #236866.

    Recipe #236865

    There are plenty of Mexican salads on zaar but I couldn't see one exactly like this. I am giving the amounts that I usually make but really it is up to how much you want to make. This makes a large salad. I don't know where the Mexican came from - perhaps the corn. The recipe when given to me was just called a Mexican Salad.

    Recipe #233485

    Made this from what I had in the house, it is based on the original recipe but was a lot simpler to make. I think it is better that the original one. I used Nestles Chocolate Bits.

    Recipe #227972

    This soup is from another internet recipe source. It sounded nice and a bit different to the soups I usually make. It was quite delicious. Not for dieters though.

    Recipe #227244

    This is so simple yet tastes nice. I've only had it as per recipe but will try something different next time. I did use a pasta sauce in place of the tomato paste. Use a whole packet of Jatz dry biscuits.

    Recipe #200273

    Have at last made this recipe. I used 1 cup of dried macaroni and not quite the full amount of chicken and added some Tuscany seasoning. It was quite tasty but did not need all the pasta - personal taste.

    Recipe #199250

    Got this from WA CWA book-I think. It was that long ago. It is a lovely moist cake that keeps for ages. It was a staple when we went camping in the Flinders. It also makes a large cake...freezes well. Granny Smiths work well but any cooking apple would do.

    Recipe #180276

    I have used this recipe over and over for donkey years. It is so easy and so tasty.

    Recipe #173384

    Cannot remember where I found this. I have now tried this. It is very nice. Can recommend it.

    Recipe #173379

    I love this because it is a very different way to do potatoes, but do try to get long potatoes so that the slices are around the same size. I found it in a Jill Dupleix Cookbook and have used it ever since.

    Recipe #172966

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