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    1 Reviews |  By An_Net

    Sweetened peanut butter coats crisp cereal and forms the crust for this easy four ingredient ice cream dessert recipe. Corn Syrup is available in health food stores in Australia or you can substitute for honey in this recipe. Liquid Glucose could also be used but it is sweeter than corn syrup. Preparation time does not include cooling/freezing time of approx 2hrs.

    Recipe #287632

    Very quick and easy yet impressive appertiser. We serve this at Easter

    Recipe #287628

    Make sure to buy your mussels from a reputable supplier. The rules about cooking mussels are simple: if the mussels aren't closed before cooking, discard them. And if any stay closed after cooking, discard them. This also makes a delicious appetizer.

    Recipe #287399

    1 Reviews |  By An_Net

    Our favourite way to serve scallops. Serves 4 as a main course with sides of your choice or 8 as appertisers.

    Recipe #287397

    A delightful spring meal by David Scherer Serving Suggestion: Serve the lamb on the salsa, with the salad and dressing. I use Recipe #283136 as the dressing on the herb salad

    Recipe #285476

    A great BBQ sauce to use with Pork. I found this recipe on INeedCoffee.com It was submitted by Gary Skinner.

    Recipe #284788

    1 Reviews |  By An_Net

    I found this recipe on INeedCoffee.com website. It was submitted by Gary Skinner. He writes "The idea for integrating coffee and barbecue came when I was slow cooking some pork ribs one hot and humid summer day. I had been drinking ice tea, but what I really wanted was coffee. So I started to experiment with iced coffee. Anyhow, one thing led to another, and I realized that along with my ice coffee, the pork would taste better if it too had some coffee overtones. The rub was a no- brainer, but the sauce didn't come to me until later. The marriage of the two is really tasty, especially when enjoyed with a cold coffee drink. Although this recipe is designed for pork ribs and such, you may be able to come up with your own recipe for other types of BBQ such as beef ribs, beer can chicken, or even rack of lamb. Don't be afraid to experiment!"

    Recipe #284786

    Chermoula is a marinade used in Algerian, Moroccan and Tunisian cooking. It is usually used to flavour fish or seafood, but it can be used on other meats or vegetables. There are many different recipes that use different spices, and the proportions vary widely. In most recipes, the first two ingredients are garlic and coriander. The consistency can be a smooth emulsion, coarsely chopped or in between. It can be used as marinade, relish, dressing, basic cooking sauce, or a dip.

    Recipe #283136

    Used this for lamb steaks or strips or any loin cut. I love it used on loin cutlets. If you are not into Lamb, why not try this recipe with Beef, Chicken or Fish and if you are Vegetarian - apply this same recipe with squares of Tofu ... & just omit the yoghurt! If you don't have dukkah you may prefer to use your own favourite spice blend. Time does not include marinading time.

    Recipe #283133

    1 Reviews |  By An_Net

    This is a delicious change to the regular Garlic Bread - with a delicious & tantalising flavour ... you'll have to make double the quantity because everyone is asking for more! more! more!!! I have also used other spice blends for this eg. Cajun or Outback blend

    Recipe #283132

    1 Reviews |  By An_Net

    The green colour looks fabulous and the taste is heavenly. Serve with a raspberry coulis. Keep enough rind of the orange and lemon for garnish.

    Recipe #275032

    4 Reviews |  By An_Net

    These are an essential for the truffle plate at Christmas. They take minutes to make and look great. Dipping in dark chocolate and then drizzling white chocolate over the top looks divine. You could also use red/green sprinkles for that festive touch.

    Recipe #270520

    Put it all in together and mix. How easy can it get. The mixture of cheeses makes this different to other cheese balls. Don't be afraid to add some cayenne or paprika for heat. Preparation time does not include chill time.

    Recipe #270420

    7 Reviews |  By An_Net

    This recipe has been used in our family for many years. It uses everyday ingredients and comes together in just a few minutes. I looked for similar on 'Zaar and couldn't find anything. Charlotte J has advised that Vita Brits (I prefer these to Weet-Bix) are available in the US @ http://www.aussieproducts.com/Aboutus.asp

    Recipe #269938

    2 Reviews |  By An_Net

    Very quick, simple and delicious sweet to serve beside your rum balls, apricot balls etc.

    Recipe #269934

    2 Reviews |  By An_Net

    These mini pastry tartlet shells are wonderful to have on hand for Christmas drinks. Other fillings could include caramelised onion and goats' cheese; a soft chicken liver pate; or simply pesto. They are also great served sweet with either mincemeat or lemon curd. (Serve soon after making or the pastry will soften.) * Chili jam is from Asian food stores.

    Recipe #265688

    A variation on a classic Chinese favourite. Extra tasty for the times you just want something a little different. You can prepare the spring-roll filling to the end of step 3 up to 2 hours ahead. Store in an airtight container in the fridge.

    Recipe #265665

    1 Reviews |  By An_Net

    Tasty and refreshing. A great cooling accompaniment to serve with curry puffs. Best served cooled. Allow for chilling time.

    Recipe #265664

    Easy summer dish to share with friends. Perfect! casual, tasty, no fuss or nonsense. There's nothing like a picnic on a fine spring day and this easy tart will make a delicious addition to any hamper! * Tip: Shortcrust pastry sheets are available in 2 sizes, large (pie/quiche) or regular. If using regular-sized, you will need to join 2 sheets together.

    Recipe #265661

    3 Reviews |  By An_Net

    TO DIE FOR!! Nice and quick for that morning tea with the girls!! * Hint: Use wet fingertips when pressing coconut mixture into patty pan. * Shortcut: To make chocolate filling, place cream and chocolate into a heatproof microwave-safe bowl. Heat, uncovered, for 1 to 11/2 minutes on HIGH (100%) power, stirring every 30 seconds, or until melted and smooth. Time does not include cooling time in fridge.

    Recipe #265616

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