A recipe I found in the Australian Womans Weekly. I made them up for my husband to BBQ and they were absolutely delicious. You can either roast the red capsicums (peppers) yourself or buy them pre-made.
I obtained most of the ingredients from another recipe website. I added my own mix to it...and they are without a doubt, the best tuna patties I have ever made! You can bake them rather than frying them for a healthier choice. Makes around 8 large patties.
I love this alternative to sausage rolls as I am not a big red meat eater. The kids will love them also. With regards to the ingredients, you can use cheddar cheese instead of feta as an alternative. If you didnt want to use chicken mince, you could even swap it for pork mince. The general recipe ingredients are spot on though for a tasty sausage roll.
I cannot claim this recipe as my own. Its actually a Nigella Lawson recipe (thanks Lifestyle Channel in Australia!!!). It is a super easy and extremely tasty one-pot recipe. I make it summer and winter, but I can see why it is good for summer due to the lightness of the dish. Perfect with either the full contingency of roast veg or equally with a nice light salad, cold or warm.
This is a great little appetizer to make - definitely goes down a treat. Given that it depends on how many you are making I am putting down very vague measurements (in truth I dont measure, but make as I go as its easier), so please dont take any notice of the measurements. Basically what you are after is a creamy mushroom topping for the bread, not too runny and not too thick.
This recipe is fantastic for those who need to lose some weight but can't quite give up the potato chips or savory treats etc. These little nibbles are so tasty you wouldn't even know they were low fat. I cannot post without measurements so with the balsamic vinegar, all you need is enough for brushing the bread sheets well.
I got this recipe from the Lifestyle Cooking Channel in Australia - and made it on a regular basis throughout winter. You can tweak a bit to suit your tastes. I add some vegetable stock to it when it needs thinning out a bit and I also add some basil and mixed herbs, but that is my personal taste. It is a rich soup, very filling and moreish.
I got this recipe from the Australian Womans Weekly and loved it. I love the versality of a pasta dish and this was no different. It is a nice healthy alternative to so many of the heavy cream based pasta dishes that are on offer, yet has the creaminess included in the basil sauce! Its a win win recipe.
All I have made this for, loved this pie. It is actually a combination of about 3 different recipes - so I decided to write down my version from the 3 recipes I combined. I hope you enjoy it as much as we did.