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    Vegemite is an Australian food icon, which can be consumed daily. It is a spread made mainly from concentrated yeast extract that is leftover from the beer brewing process, but that doesn't make it alcoholic.

    Recipe #204570

    I have made these several times and they are a lot of fun. I've always made them with Little Miss (DD) and she loves it. The recipe makes two or more gingerbread houses, so I let my daughter decorate one to her heart desires. Yes, it's not an art gallery item, but her face is amazing to watch as she decorates her little house. I've also have given these as gifts and they have used them as a centre piece for Christmas table. I've also entered one of Little Miss master piece in Zaar 2006 Gingerbread House and Cookie Contest. Recipe comes from a book call 100 favourite cakes and biscuits by Alison Holst. Happy Holidays.

    Recipe #197933

    My husbands Aunt Anne had given us this recipe. It was served at a wedding she attended. She was told to uses Mountain bread which is very similar to flat bread or a tortilla only square. These are very yummy and great for appetizers. They are very easy to make. Enjoy.

    Recipe #197929

    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

    A Lebanese friend showed me how to make this back in 1996. It's my mother-in-laws favourite salad and I normally make it on request specially for her. I prefer flat leaf fresh parsley (also known as Italian Parsley) as it's better texture but curly leaf is alright. I normally buy the parsley and spring onions from the supper market prepacked bunches so if your measurements are slightly more or less it's alright, it doesn't have to be exact. The bourghul also soaks a lot of the moisture and I like Tabbouli to be moist not dried that's why there is a lot of lemons and olive oil. Like everything we cook it's all about the palate and who we are cooking for so if you choose to put less oil and lemons then it's ok. Salt and black pepper to taste, so feel free to add less but not to much. The secret to good Tabbouli is that everything should be finely chopped. Enjoy

    Recipe #197922

    We were on holidays at Surfers Paradise in Queensland Australia. We were out at different restaurants every night. One night we tried Vietnamese. My husband ordered ‘Grilled Chicken with lemongrass & Chilli’ (Ga nuong xa ot). It was quite a surprise when I sampled his chicken, it was mouth-watering. When we got back home I did some research and attempted to make it. Although I didn't find the exact recipe this version is still yummy. I used chicken thigh fillets instead of breast fillets because the meat is juicer and less fibrous (the restaurant served their dish using thighs). They also used the marinade on Beef, Pork, Prawns, Scallops, Squid, Fish Fillets and Vegetables. To prepare the lemongrass, trim and discard the roots. Use a vegetable peeler to whittle the stalks into thin partial slices. I used half freshly whittled lemongrass and half grated lemon grass. I taste the recipe before I placed the meat in and it's so yummy that I would also use it as a dipping sauce.

    Recipe #196139

    In 1999 my boss gave all her 60 staff members one of these tree including me. I was very impress with them but she refused to give anyone the recipe. I found the recipe in 2005 in a ‘Coles Christmas’ Magazine. It was a lifesaver for me as in Dec 2005 I was unwell for most of December and in hospital for a week. I was discharged 1.5 weeks before Christmas and very upset as I didn’t have all my Christmas shopping done. So I made these for my close family and friends. They were all impressed, I even did a few variations. Rocky Road Mixture: glazed cherries chopped in small piece, marshmallows copped in small pieces & crushed peanuts. White Chocolate Tree: Used the same mixture as the original recipe except white chocolate. Green Tree: The original recipe but white chocolate and lots of drops of green food colour. I then got clear cello plastic to cover the tree but still be able to see it then decorated with nice ribbons. Please note cooking time is actually chilling time.

    Recipe #192228

    I love Japanese food, I don't make this recipe to often as I try to stay away from deep frying. It comes from a book called 'Taste of Japan' by Masaki Ko.

    Recipe #192113

    My daughter loves cookies so I found this simple ginger cookie and it has no eggs (which is a bonus for me). I've decorated the cookies few different ways. Example: sprinkle pink edible glitters or hundred and thousands or left the cookie with no decoration and icing. You can use what ever shape you fancy. Whatever variations I made with my 3 year old she enjoyed them. I found this recipe in a booked called "The Great Big Cookie Book" by Hilaire Walden. It was in the kid's section of the book.

    Recipe #191974

    Moroccan Chicken with lemons and three types of olives. If you like sour/lemon flavours then this dish will be suitable for you. This dish is very easy and preparation time is only 10 mins and 30 mins to marinate. The recipe requires 1 chicken cut into serving pieces but I used 8 chicken pieces (thighs & drumsticks) with skin off. I don't normally have fresh coriander regularly available but I used 1 teaspoon of coriander powdered. It comes from a book called 'The Olive Oil Cookbook' by Marlena Spieler.

    Recipe #191643

    We cook this dish when we are very hungry as it is filling. It has one of my many favourite ingredients which is Lemon! I use chicken stock from a carton. The recipe comes from a book called 'Modern Classics' Book 1 by Donna Hay

    Recipe #185439

    I’m not very good at making cakes so whenever I needed to bring a plate of sweets to a morning or afternoon tea, I would make these. They are so easy to make. My daughter helps me rolled the coconut on the balls. Enjoy.

    Recipe #185155

    I make this recipe all the time. The only thing I leave out is the milk. I use the optional orange rind as it adds to the dish. I prefer bay leaves. I don’t use any of the garnishes, I just place shredded Parmesan cheese on the top. Middle of step 5 – I use a strainer and pour the excess liquid into a small pan then use my hand wand to puree the mixture but slowly add the excess liquid as my husband prefers a thicker soup then a runny soup. The recipe comes from a book called ‘Soups - Quick and Easy’ which is published by Parragon

    Recipe #185004

    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

    I made these for Christmas 2005 with my daughter. She enjoyed making and eating them. The plate was empty in a few minutes. This recipe came from a little book called 'Bites' by The Australian Women's Weekly - Creative food

    Recipe #184466

    I really enjoy eating this dish but it just takes so long to make it. The only things I change is I left out the egg and used milk to dip the fish and I used vegetable oil as I couldn’t find groundnut oil. I also use can pineapple so I can use the juice. This recipe comes from a book called 'The Asian Kitchen' (The best of Chinese and Far Eastern cooking) by Lilian Wu

    Recipe #184316

    I cook this every winter. I've made it as an small entree when I have dinner parties or a main meal for the family. I often get comments about how yummy it is and how filling it is. I leave out the prosciutto as I only eat poultry and seafood. This recipe comes from a book called 'Quick Meals' - The good taste collection, Volume 3 by Anneka Manning

    Recipe #184247

    This recipe could be adjusted to suit a family or the people you are cooking this meal. For hubby I served this with the curry in a small sauce bowl so he could dip the fish to his liking. For Little Miss (Darling 6 year old daughter) had no curry with her meal. For myself who loves heat, I smothered the sauce onto of the fish with heaps of Thai red curry sauce. I haven't used dressing on the salad as the Thai Red Curry flavour will cover them. If you choose not to use the Red Curry Sauce then drizzle olive oil when serving. I have used a few type of white fish Base, Nile Perch and Dory, I find the firm flesh is better, however use your favourite white flesh fish. (Revised Recipe)

    Recipe #184237

    I first used this recipe as an entree for two on Valentines Day. It was given to me by a family friend. You can also use a pack of 6 or 12 mini vol-au-vents as appetizers. Since then I have made them again and I didn't have tarragon so I used sage. So I think you can put your favourite spice instead of the tarragon as the sage worked well. I didn't have cream so I used cream cheese. I had a question regarding vol-au-vent cases and after researching on many web pages and even posting a question in the forum. I found out that vol-au-vent cases are the same thing as puff pastry shells. So if you are using puff pastry shells please follow the instructions on the pack. As in Australia the vol-au-vent cases come on the shelf (pre-cooked, ready to use) not the freezer.

    Recipe #184228

    If you enjoy lemon flavours then you may like this dish. I tried it with chicken breast but I always come back to drumsticks as it adds a lot of flavour into the dish. I normally remove the skin from the drumstick as I watch our families fat intake but feel free to leave it on. It’s hard for me to regularly find coriander so unless I can I just leave it out. Baking time can varies depending the size/thickness of the drumsticks. I normally bake them between 1.5 hours to 1 hour 45 minutes. This recipe comes from a book called 'Meals Without Red Meat' by Simon and Allison Holst.

    Recipe #184191

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