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    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.

    Recipe #438905

    I love soup - and I came across this recipe on the ninemsn website when exploring recipes under the food section. I am particularly fond of Chicken & Sweet Corn Soup but have never found a recipe that I could say - yes...more please!! This one did it for me! This recipe makes for 4 small servings - but I always tend to add more stock and water etc to make it up to 6 small servings.

    Recipe #299053

    Another spring roll recipe! We always make a batch of these to include as a snack when we have people around watching the footy.

    Recipe #237456

    A very moreish mornay! This is a great filler for crepes. Just add cheese on top of the crepes and bake in the oven. It is also great to have on top of rice. Easy to make and not too time consuming. Hope you enjoy it.

    Recipe #211129

    A very nice twist to the hashbrown. Hope you enjoy them.

    Recipe #204188

    I love this pasta dish. I just saw a similar recipe in a magazine but minus a few of my inclusions. I think its the mustard that gives this the unique taste. I hope you enjoy it.

    Recipe #195521

    A very easy dish to make. Good to have for a brunch or lunch. We used to make this when we were away camping, as it is very easy to put together and tasty.

    Recipe #193484

    Yummy! I love the Indonesian recipes and this is no different! This is a great dish to have with the Ayam Goreng recipe I have posted. What you can include in the recipe which I personally don't is chicken and little prawns (cooked of course), to add to the actual rice mixture. Think I might whip up a batch tonight for hubby and I. Enjoy! Oh by the way I use Basmati Rice - its my personal preference.

    Recipe #192415

    I love my chicken and I especially love the different ways the Indonesians cook it. When I was over there last time I asked for the recipe. Bear in mind they get the spices from the market and use a mortar & pestle to crush them, but I just use store bought and crushed! - I cook the chicken in a frypan with olive oil to seal the seasoned chicken and then pop it in the oven for about 20 - 30 minutes (depending on the thickness) to cook it through. However the quicker option would be to deep fry it (if you can afford the calories!!!). Chicken done this way is great served with Nasi Goreng (Indonesian Fried Rice). I hope you enjoy.

    Recipe #192413

    Absolutely one of the best risottos I have made. It is a creamy risotto guaranteed to make you groan in delight when eating it. I hope you enjoy this as much as we did. The most time consuming part is all the stirring - but its good for the arms!!

    Recipe #192083

    A low-fat veggie soup recipe which is nice on a winters night with some warmed crusty dinner rolls. I am not sure of US equivalent of can sizes, so I hope the 14 oz I have put where cans are needed are correct. Basically, just your average can size, not small and not fat, just normal size! Hope that makes sense!

    Recipe #183815

    This beautiful tasting potato bake will be a winner with your family, friends or guests! My mouth is watering just thinking about it!

    Recipe #139950

    I have found this recipe for Bruschetta to be the most original of all. It is absolutely the best and equals if not betters what they serve up in most restaurants!

    Recipe #139577

    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.

    Recipe #433054

    YUM! A totally delightful winter warmer or just when you feel like a good old piece of Irish Pie!

    Recipe #425990

    Absolutely yum! Do not overcook calamari otherwise it will be rubbery. Stick to the time frame below and you will be okay!.

    Recipe #402325

    This is delightful...rave reviews for it. I obtained it from a Womans Day magazine.

    Recipe #402324

    My friend gave me this recipe after serving it at a dinner party at her house and it was divine.

    Recipe #402279

    My sisters recipe for Beef & Guinness Pie...a real pleaser!

    Recipe #402196

    I find this soup to be very similar to Potato and Leek soup but its refreshing to taste the cauliflower and cheese through it. A winter warmer that will delight.

    Recipe #382442

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