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    Carpaccio refers to a dish that has been very thinly sliced for presentation. This could we served as an entree for a elegant dinner. This comes from a book called ‘The Australian Heritage Cookbook’ by R & R Publications Marketing Pty Ltd

    Recipe #218716

    Fattoush is a classic Lebanese dish. It is often eaten by itself as a starter or light lunch. Saumac is an essential ingredient. It is a spice that is made from the dried, powdered berries of the sumac tree. It was my first time trying Saumac and I really enjoyed it, next time I would add one more teaspoon of the Saumac. This was used as a side salad for Recipe #218539 . This recipe comes from a book called "The Lebanese Cookbook" by Hussien Dekmak

    Recipe #218542

    This is a chicken on a skewers recipe with Lebanese flavours. The whole family enjoyed this dish, even three year old Little Miss (DD). The only change I would make is I would make less of the Toum (Garlic Sauce) as it was way too much for our family and I don’t know how to divided the quantity as it’s impossible to half an egg. (Any suggestions)? I used Chicken thighs instead of breast, Egg Replacer to substitute the egg and I would recommend to marinate overnight. We served it with Recipe #218542 . This recipe comes from a book called 'The Lebanese Cookbook' by Hussien Dekmak - Passive work time does not include marinated time

    Recipe #218539

    Pavlovas are a traditional Australian/New Zealand dessert. Normally served in a cake size but these are mini size perfect for the individual use. I used ready made Pavlova mini shells for the sheer convenience and use lactose free cream as Little Miss (DD) & my sister in law are lactose intolerant. This recipe comes from a book called 'Marie Clair Sweet' by Jody Vassallo.

    Recipe #218352

    Granita is a cool, sorbet like desert. I'm slightly addicted to granita's and I had one pomegranate left at home so this is what I made with it. Basically it's one pomegranate per person if you would like a descent size desert. The original recipe was found on http://fooddownunder.com/ but it has been dramatically modified

    Recipe #218198

    Very simple salad to serve as an entrée at any summer party, perfect to prepare in advanced. You could use cooked or raw prawns/shrimp, but please make sure there is 500 grams once it's been shelled and divined or there may not be enough for everyone. If you are using raw prawns/shrimp - you could boil a pot of water and add prawns/shrimps for 3 - 5 mins (until they are floating). Then remove the prawns/shrimps from the boiling water. Place the prawns/shrimps into a bowl filled with iced cold water, this will quickly cool off the prawns/shrimp and avoid them from over cooking. Does not include marinating time. (Revised Recipe)

    Recipe #218195

    I’m not the best cake maker in the world but when hubby asked for a chocolate cake for his birthday, Little Miss and I wanted to make one for him. This cake was perfect as everyone really enjoyed the flavours, texture and presentation. I didn’t make the Zig-Zag shapes as we had candles to place on top. This recipe comes from 'Crazy for Chocolate' family Circle's Step by Step cookbook.

    Recipe #218151

    This is a spicy dip that could be served with Flat Bread, Nan bread or Turkish Bread. The recipe was found in a book called 'Creative food - Finger Food' by The Australian Woman's Weekly.

    Recipe #218065

    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 is a very easy healthy desert, perfect for someone who's lactose intolerant. It's very easy to put together. My guest were impress on how easy it was to put together. I serve them in martini glasses

    Recipe #217500

    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

    I made these for dinner guests and everyone enjoyed them. Cooking them in batches takes a little long but if you have a few oven trays it would be faster. These could could serve these unusual crackers after dinner (supper) with cheese, dried fruit, nuts and wine. I served the with cheese and grapes. The recipe comes from a book called 100 favourite cakes and biscuits by Alison Holst

    Recipe #217460

    When we often stay away at big hotels we request the breakfast buffet in the morning. Although I don't eat bacon or eggs and I'm not into sweet pastries. So I really look forward to morning veggies such as sautéed mushroom, grilled tomatoes, home made style baked beans on toast and hash browns. This sautéed mushroom is not like the ones served at the hotels but it satisfy my cravings.

    Recipe #217459

    The idea of this recipe comes from Marie Claire Style Noodles by Jody Vassallo. If you like meat with your noodles you may add swordfish or chicken. Add it before the garlic, ginger and onions step. Other additions to this recipe could be a small can black beans and use garlic chives instead of chives

    Recipe #212689

    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 dish is for people who love hot and spicy foods. The curry paste I use comes in a small 114 gram can and is called 'Brand Maesri Red Curry Paste' I found it in an Asian store. I normally microwave the oysters but you can place them on the BBQ (Bottom facing down) or put them under the griller/boiler. I first tasted something similar to this at a Ballarat Indian/Italian/Thai Restaurant called Restaurante Da-Uday - http://www.ballarat.com/dauday.htm

    Recipe #211187

    This dish could also be used with calamari. I have been looking for a squid/calamari dish that does not have Szechuan pepper as I am unable to find it. This recipe comes from The Australian Womans Weekly Simply Seafood book.

    Recipe #211004

    My neighbour was telling me about this dish a while ago and they way she explained it made my mouth water. I asked her a copy of the recipe and here it is now on Zaar. I've only tried it once and next time I make it I may remove the liquid/sauce and puree it so it could be a thicker green sauce. I will also try it with chicken thighs as I used chicken breast and it wasn't tender as I wanted it to be. Overall the flavours were yummy and I served it with cous cous. UPDATE!! After much consideration and experimentation, I've double to sauce as suggested by the reviewers - NOTE!! An "average" sized bunch of coriander is 60 grams (2 oz) = 1 1/2 cups chopped

    Recipe #206487

    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

    Found this recipe in a Weight Watches Magazine Nov/Dec 2006 edition. They called them pumpkin hash browns but they are more like pumpkin patties. The patty could also be used for a Vegetarian Burger. They recommended Weight Watchers cottage cheese but I think low fat cottage cheese would be alright. Because I don't like eggs, I used 'Egg Like' which is an egg replacer. I skipped the 'garnish step' and serve them with to tomato sauce.

    Recipe #204661

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