My mother made a great trifle, my sister made her additions, I made mine, this is it.
This may not be the "real" way to make trifle, but it's been our family way for as long as I can remember. This is super quick to assemble if you don't make the custard yourself (sorry mum).
I made this at work today, the original recipe I was given uses an Italian style smoked sausage, I used kransky which was great. It suggested to cook the pumpkin in the rice, I chose to oven bake it until tender, them ix it gently through at the end.
I found this on the internet and Russell cooked it tonight for a special dinner for the two of us. Veal chops are almost my favourite meat, and I have beautiful sage in the garden right now. I have to admit we didn't do the bit about frying the sage leaves for garnish, but it was still wonderful over creamy mashed potatoes.
Found this on the net, and after a few alterations (lamb chops rather than shanks, less cinnamon sticks) and a lot of editing to the recipe, I made this for dinner. It's great. Quick to make, but a really nice flavour and texture to the sauce.
A request for condensed milk recipes made me wonder if this was on here. I can't find it, so I'm posting it. It's a real old Aussie (and probably New Zealand) favourite, and is easy to make. I love it.
I got this from an Indian cookbook, but we have simplified it over the years so it could be made reasonably quickly for our Friday curry night after work.
Our boys loved this even before they thought they liked curry! This is the most cooked recipe from the cookbook.
I saw a request for fresh cherry recipes, and decided to post this. I've made it a few times, once using drained tinned cherries and it was still great. The recipe might look involved, but it's not-it's simple. Prep time doesn't include chilling.
*please note there are 4 teaspoons to every Australian tablespoon. It's not hard to work out, but it is important to remember :-)
Pommes de Terre au Saffron
The potatoes should be peeled and "turned" which is easiest done from top to bottom, so you get an attractive egg shape. I have a turning knife to do this, but you can do it with any old veggie knife ;-)