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    Nice way to enjoy English crumpets. If you're from a country where they're not widely available do yourself a favour and make some from scratch, there are plenty of recipes on RecipeZaar for them. This recipe really works a lot better using natural cheese rather than processed cheese.

    Recipe #263601

    3 Reviews |  By Peter J

    Idea I had when I fancied a few home made dim sims but didn't want to defrost a large amount of mince / ground meat. I thought they came out really well and the chorizo gives an interesting but not overpowering taste.

    Recipe #261093

    1 Reviews |  By Peter J

    Nice quick recipe using the Greek herb blend nostimini. Avocado oil has a great taste and high flash point making it ideal for use on a high temperature grill but you could use olive oil instead. No real need to measure the ingredients of course just use enough oil to coat and be fairly generous with the nostimini. Nice served with a few slices of pineapple and a salad.

    Recipe #260772

    2 Reviews |  By Peter J

    Nostimini is a Greek herb mix introduced to me by Kookaburra and this recipe is inspired by an idea she gave me on how to use it. She suggested overnight marination but that was just too long for me to take so I've posted as I cooked it and it was wonderful, but overnight marination would be worth a try if you plan in advance. Note the preparation time does not include marination time.

    Recipe #260391

    1 Reviews |  By Peter J

    Something fairly original I came up with that I thought tasted great and was rich and filling without being too over the top. Note that I pinched Recipe #62371 from evelyn/athens as part of the recipe.

    Recipe #259218

    1 Reviews |  By Peter J

    Recipe I found on the Kangaroo Industry Association of Australia's site. The original recipe didn't include any quantities so I've listed what I used to cook a single serve. According to the site it also works well with chicken and pork, but not beef. If you don't like chili I think it would be OK without or adjusted down in quantity, it is fairly strong as posted so maybe just use a quarter if you want a tang. Also note this also really does have a strong peanut taste which I love - but if you don't like a fair whack of peanut butter on toast this probably isn't the recipe for you.

    Recipe #259077

    1 Reviews |  By Peter J

    Every time I get Chinese takeaway the black bean sauce is thick, tasty and plentiful, but every time I see a recipe for a black bean dish it has a thin sauce. This is my attempt at fixing it, the way I've done a few things is fairly unconventional, but makes it super easy to put together once the sauce has been made and you don't need to worry about the meat overcooking while the sauce thickens. I was originally going to use a can of mixed Asian stir-fry veggies in the sauce but the store didn't have any so I've listed what I used but go ahead and use whatever sounds good. If using fresh you can also saute at the same time as the onion and garlic. Note the recipe gives quite a strong and salty sauce that is great soaked up with with plenty of rice, if you like a fairly mild black bean sauce reduce the black bean paste for the sauce to 1/4 cup.

    Recipe #257714

    3 Reviews |  By Peter J

    Just because it's breakfast time is no excuse to not have the Barbie fired up! Note you'll need some egg rings as well. A few mushrooms on the side also doesn't go astray.

    Recipe #249485

    8 Reviews |  By Peter J

    Good way to start the day, I used a nice hot taco sauce to make these but you can vary to taste. Makes enough mix for one large taco shell or two small ones. If you get the eggs to just the right point of cooking so there is still a bit of moisture left it will make the tacos soft on the inside while still crispy on the outside.

    Recipe #248823

    1 Reviews |  By Peter J

    Recipe I came up with when I felt like kangaroo kebabs with a sort of bush tomato flavour but couldn't find anything, and also realised I only had a couple of small bush tomatoes left. I think it would also work well with beef, in that case you could cook until more well done but if so don't go too overboard as the marinade / sauce will burn. Preparation time does not include marination time.

    Recipe #245886

    1 Reviews |  By Peter J

    Classy enough for a dinner party but simple and quick enough for any occasion. Has an interesting contrast of hot versus cold and sweet & sour versus savory tastes. The salsa and vol-au-vents can be prepared in advance making it a quick one to pop in the oven as guests arrive. Please note the preparation time does not include the 30 minutes of refrigeration time for the salsa. The quantity of chicken and cheese will vary a little bit depending on the size of the cases, so fill them by eye using the directions rather than bothering to measure them out.

    Recipe #243264

    3 Reviews |  By Peter J

    Recipe from Aziz Bakhalla from the Alhamra Restaurant in Manly, NSW, Australia. I have altered a little to suit the dried herbs & spices I was using and also converted several things to teaspoons, as a US tablespoon is 3 teaspoons whereas in Australia it's 4 teaspoons. Note the preparation time does not include one hour for marination. I thought it was splendid, but the marinade is about flavour not making the meat more tender so make sure you start with a really nice piece of lamb.

    Recipe #240446

    Makes a hearty breakfast or brunch for one, or a light meal for two.

    Recipe #232041

    3 Reviews |  By Peter J

    A recipe I found on other site which I enjoyed, but I found it too salty for my taste even over rice. It originally contained a teaspoon of salt in the marinade which I've since removed, the soy contains plenty of salt especially given that the sauce is fairly salty as well. Note some soaking time and a few hours of marination time is required which is not included in the preparation time.

    Recipe #231878

    Another great recipe from Thai Food by David Thompson with a few small changes to the cooking method made by myself. A really sweet dish that should be offset by serving with other sour dishes. Note that you should use 3 whole coriander stems for the recipe, use the leaves to garnish and the roots for the paste. I deep-fried my own fresh shallots but they can already be purchased fried as well. I used the dried granular palm sugar, the original recipe called for 2 cups of natural palm sugar.

    Recipe #229522

    I found this interesting idea in the book Thai Food by David Thompson. The author suggests steaming for 10 minutes for a slightly soft yolk, but as I desired a firmer yolk steamed for 12 minutes and let them cool at room temperature for a while. David is right that they are more tender than a boiled egg, not a huge difference but these are just that subtly bit better than a boiled egg. Well worth a try for anything where you would otherwise use a boiled egg.

    Recipe #228819

    Wonderful recipe from Thai Food by David Thompson. It has a slightly salty and nutty taste while the pea shoots and herbs maintain a wonderfully fresh flavour because they are not overcooked. I found the soup was at its best if topped with the garnishings in the serving bowl but then allowed to rest 5 minutes before serving. Note that this is best with home-made stock but if you're using store bought stock use a low-sodium variety, don't season with salt and use the smaller amount of soy sauce.

    Recipe #228671

    Fantastic recipe posted by Kookaburra in response to an Aus/NZ forum post. I cooked in a pan with a little butter but next time will try on a BBQ grill plate. Original recipe called for demerara sugar, I used palm sugar but I think brown would be fine as well.

    Recipe #225056

    I got this recipe of the website of Wellwood Australia who make walnut oil. I haven't tried it yet because I'd planned to have on Good Friday but forgot to buy any walnuts.

    Recipe #222503

    A fairly standard jerky recipe but using lamb instead of beef and a few ideas I pinched from elsewhere. I thought it came out really well. Time to prepare does not include overnight marination. Makes around 250g of jerky and I put some in some Food Saver bags.

    Recipe #220038

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