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    I found this recipe on Taste.com.au but I modified it a lot for our dinner tonight. The two of us greedy pigs ate it all, but more modest eaters could get 3 serves I reckon. The original recipe had more of the ingredients, but we are just two, so I am posting it for us to make again soon. We thought it was wonderful! It might look like a lot of ingredients, but I thought it was super easy to make. The nutritional data on my chicken stock said it was virtuallyt fat free as were the pad-thai noodles, but Food.com's data thinks differently!

    Recipe #441009

    My son Dan often makes this for me as I love it. The most important thing is the cucumber, the rest of the herbs and veg are really up to you (rocket and red bell pepper are good in it too). Thai basil would be good in there as would Vietnamese mint. Taste the "dressing" and decide if the balance of sweet, salty, sour and hot is right for you.

    Recipe #440467

    I found this on Wholefoods Marketplace website. We love bulgar and have tons of mint growing, so it looks like a great recipe for us that I'm storing here.

    Recipe #440464

    I cooked some really yummy pork the other night which made me go look for the nutritional data on them, which lead me to the recipes on the Australian Pork site. I found 3 I really loved, this is the one I loved the most of those!

    Recipe #439942

    Recipe #439941

    From the Australian Pork site. I made this the other night and if I was rating it I'd give it 5 stars for speed of making and taste-it was DELICIOUS! I had no lemon thyme, so used a mix of regular thyme and lemon zest. That was great in it.

    Recipe #439940

    I made these for dinner last night and was really happy with them. This recipe could easily be doubled. Make sure to allow time in the fridge. According to the Australian Pork Board, lean Australian pork (and loin cutlets were included in the info) contains less than 2g fat per 100g raw meat, so I don't agree with the sites' nutritional data but have to use it!

    Recipe #439935

    Our most favourite pasta sauce lightened up

    Recipe #439261

    I got this off the net but altered it to suit us. Prep time doesn't allow for marinating time.

    Recipe #439260

    I saw Huey make something similar this morning, but I'm not paying to join HIS site. He used pork, I want to use turkey, he microwaved his in a little Asian flavoured sort of broth-I prefer to steam mine. I combined his ideas, my ideas and those of a similar recipe I found on the net to come up with these

    Recipe #439259

    Recipe #438676

    The top and bottom of this delicate pudding seperate as it cooks to form a light souffle like top and tangy sauce. There are a few recipes for Lemon Delicious here on the site, but this one uses less butter than most, so is lower in fat.

    Recipe #438562

    Recipe #438453

    I bought a large jar of pickled onions for quite a lot of money so decided I better have a go at making my own. This is a combination of two recipes and I have to say the result it way better than I ever expected, and way way better than the expensive ones for about a fifth of the price.

    Recipe #438421

    A tasty side dish for a Middle Eastern main. Cold leftovers are good too.

    Recipe #437433

    A reasonably low fat way to get that chocolate fix on a cold winter's night (especially if you serve with a low fat ice cream).

    Recipe #437306

    My take on a recipe I found on Simply Recipes

    Recipe #437209

    We love venison and eat it every chance we get. I found a recipe on the net I liked, but altered it enough to make it my own. I reckon the nutritional data is off with this recipe (maybe it calculated regular sausages rather than venison which were super low fat!). Any good sausage could be used if you don't have venison like we did.

    Recipe #437105

    I saw a chicken recipe in a magazine in my doctor's waiting room yesterday. This is the sauce part of that recipe and I think would be great over grilled or roasted chicken, or fish. I added in the parsley as I have heaps growing in my garden and need to use it.

    Recipe #436271

    A friend gave me a heap of tamarillos so I needed a chutney recipe. Here's the one I found and Russ cooked up for us.

    Recipe #434406

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