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    My neighbour gave me this recipe as we were renovating the kitchen and I didn’t have an oven for 6 months. I cooked everything outside on the BBQ and luckily I had a Wok burner connected to the BBQ. This dish is very easy and very yummy. I think Arroz con Pollo means ‘Rice with Chicken’ in Spanish. Enjoy we did :)

    Recipe #184156

    This recipe was given to me by a good friend, it's quick to prepare and easy to put together. Just mix the dried ingredients in a bowl, then blend the wet ingredients in another bowl and mix them together. Please note one Australian tablespoon is four US/UK teaspoons

    Recipe #344951

    This is a smooth healthy shake/smoothie that everyone could enjoy. Little Miss (DD) loves her to drink banana shakes/smoothies so I had to slightly modify this recipe for her to be able to enjoy it. I used a very ripe banana and didn’t have a fresh orange at home so I used orange juice. I used a hand held blender to pulp the ingredients together. Original recipe comes from 'The Little Book of Alcohol-Free Cocktails' by Hamlyn

    Recipe #217847

    This dish could either be served as an appetiser (finger food) or as a main meal. It requests for shoyu (Japanese soy sauce) but you can use any soy sauce. I also used rice wine vinegar instead of sake as the kids were going to eat some as well. Preparation time includes one hour marinating. The recipe comes from a Reader's Digest - Summer BBQ Cookbook 2006

    Recipe #205995

    This is my first roast in a crock pot, I didn't get to try this as I don't eat red meat but the family enjoyed the beef and so did our dinner guest. I served it with Recipe #192237 and steam broccoli.

    Recipe #217465

    Preparation time does include marinade time, just to allow the marinade to soak into the beef. To get neat thin slices of beef I freeze the beef for 45 mins and then slice thinly, giving me the perfect cut. I don't eat red meat but Hubby and Little Miss (DD) love beef and they enjoyed this quick recipe. Original recipe comes from Annette Sym's which was featured on Channel Nine's Extra but I have twinkled with it

    Recipe #336781

    This was given to me by an Egyptian friend who said it's a family recipe. I like the fact it's doesn't contain dairy and nuts so it was perfect for Menu #24612 because we had a few guest who are lactose intolerant and have an allergic to nuts. You can chill the dip until it's needed. It will keep for two days in the refrigerator but the flavour will enhance

    Recipe #346743

    A warm banana desert, with a creamy sweet minty sauce that requires only four ingredients. Banana needs to be under-ripe and please do not substitute the ingredients this will dramatically change the flavour and outcome of the recipe. Little Miss (DD) who is lactose intolerant and shouldn't be eating this desert was trying to lick the bowl clean. Original recipe comes from Better Home & Garden Magazine - November 2005 issue

    Recipe #282330

    I was cooking a whole Turkey and I didn’t know what to use for the stuffing. So my workmate suggested this recipe. She found it in a Christmas book called ‘Family Circle, The tastes of Christmas, step-by-step’

    Recipe #184161

    Ambrosial Beef On Bed Of Mash Potatoes, Spinach And Pancetta, served with a Red Wine Sauce. This is a perfect main meal for every day consumption, special romantic dinner for two or for Valentines Day. Serving Size can change for a larger party. I chose to use filet of beef but you could use any tenderloin section of the beef. It would need a thick cut of about two inches/five cms thick and weights about 8.8 ounce /250 grams each. Made for RSC #11 Contest.

    Recipe #282942

    This dish is quick and easy, it looks like a lot of work to the person who is eating it but it's not. I made it for a very picker eater and she enjoyed it as well. Hubby (DH) also really enjoys this one. The Chicken schnitzels breast should be pre coated with spices and bread crumbs but still raw. I normally buy the chicken schnitzels pre-made from our butcher. The pasta sauce I use is called Barilla Olive (my favourite), which has chunky bits of olives in it so it adds to the texture. I don't use the complete 400 grams of the pasta sauce. Cheese - you can use your favourite cheese, I sometimes use a little bit of Mozzarella cheese, Parmesan cheese & Cheddar cheese (Also known as Tasty Cheese in Australia) but most times I normally use whatever cheese I have at home. As long as it can melt - Enjoy

    Recipe #211709

    This is one of my mother's recipe, she was born in Cyprus and this recipe has been passed on to her by her mother. It's a quick side dish. My mother has a few recipes using bulgur, but she prepared this one regularly when I was living at home. You could serve it with a scope of plain yoghurt.

    Recipe #256701

    I have been often asked how I cook steaks to get the perfect grill marks on the meat. My secret is my pan, it's a 'Jamie Oliver hard Anodised Shark's Tooth Grill' by Tefal. This recipe is simple but I have been getting many requests to post the recipe. I make it all the time for Hubby and Little Miss (DD)

    Recipe #293859

    You can use Textured Vegetable Protein (TVP) or Beef for this lasagna. My Italian neighbour has given me this recipe except she used beef. I changed it using TVP (textured vegetable protein) Vege Mince as I don't eat red meat. I often cook this and even die-hard meat eaters enjoy it.

    Recipe #184998

    This is my mother’s recipe, she always makes it if we had a barbeque. All my relatives have a different version of Patates Salata, some add lemon juice instead of vinegar. Others relatives add beetroot/beet or fresh parsley or fresh mint or onions. This is the way I like it, quick, simple and mums recipe.

    Recipe #282409

    I make this all the time, you will need a food processor to have a smooth texture, but if you decide to make it by hand then it will not be as smooth creamy texture and the flavour will be different.

    Recipe #256081

    This is one of my creations. I cook this when we have guests staying over on the weekend. A bit like Sunday Brunch were everyone wakes up as they please. I don’t eat eggs or bacon but friends who I’ve cook this for once ask for it each time they stay over. The secret in a good omelette is the pan, one with non-sick. I use a 25 cm pancake pan, it’s made by Tefal and the brand is called Integral. If you run out looking for this pan then look at special catering companies. It's really hard to find.

    Recipe #197927

    Kofte's is a meatball which is native to Cyprus, Turkey and some middle east regions. They came in all shapes, sizes and different flavours. This recipe is my mothers recipe, she normally uses beef but since I don't eat beef she use chicken if I'm coming over. We serve them with Recipe #36126 (We make the exact recipe) and a green salad or parsley salad. The cinnamon, mint, salt and black pepper are not the exact measurements as mum uses her hand to measure anything, feel free to add more but only to your taste.

    Recipe #220465

    This is a traditional Cypriot Turkish recipe, that past generations have been cooking. My mother is away so my friend has given me the recipe. *** Thanks Bet's *** I think my mother also uses diced celery ribs but I can't be sure. Note: There are few varieties of Taro, but this dish is normally used with colocasia root. Enjoy

    Recipe #247755

    Bocconcini means small mouthfuls of cheese they are semi-soft, white and rind less unripened mild cheese and have a spongy texture. Originally made only from the milk of water buffaloes but cows milk is used now. Bocconcini are now available in supermarkets and packaged in whey or water. The originally recipe asked for 3 x 250 gram of cherry tomatoes but I thought it's a bit excessive as the 14 cm pizza can hold only about eight tomatoes. I topped ours with basil as I found rocket a little bitter. You welcome to skip the dough and use store buy a pizza bases or Lebanese bread, it's up to you. This recipe came from Sunday Hearld Sun, Sunday Magazine on 18 March 2007, it's a Donna Hay recipe

    Recipe #220012

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