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    This is not a soap but is designed to remove in-grained dirt, leaving hands soft and lightly perfumed. (I've not tried this yet but posting it so I can find it again. Sugar quantity is a guestimate. Zaar doesn't like dried Yarrow!)

    Recipe #172570

    5 Reviews |  By Mischka

    I've been making these for years as I find most commercial bars too dry for me. These make a soft, low-fat bar. Store in an air-tight container. (Australian measurements used.)

    Recipe #172417

    I found it hard to find recipes for fresh prunes (I have a tree) so I adapted a recipe and came up with this. (Australian measurements used.)

    Recipe #172407

    It's the spice blend here that's different to other recipes. A great low-carb snack. (Australian measurements used)

    Recipe #172399

    2 Reviews |  By Mischka

    This has replaced our family Christmas cake it is so good. You can easily add or change flavour to suit yourselves. Suggestions: trying adding rum essence; add a handful of nuts and glace cherries at Xmas; or add small amount of chocolate chips. Requires overnight soaking. Freezes well. (Australian measurements used)

    Recipe #172400

    1 Reviews |  By Mischka

    This may not be the most complex recipe in the world but for the amount of time and effort this takes it's a great recipe. A diet-friendly dish. I serve it with 1/2 cup cooked rice. Sometimes I use wholemeal flour and I tend to cook this a bit longer than the plain. (Australian tablespoon = 20mL)

    Recipe #171892

    2 Reviews |  By Mischka

    This is one of my favourite salads. I mainly like to make it up in Asian soup spoons so you have little mouthful serves as hors d'ouvres. Oranges and dressing can be prepared in advance. Walnuts can be used if preferred.

    Recipe #171558

    1 Reviews |  By Mischka

    A lovely rustic, flavourful soup. A meal in a bowl. Requires overnight soaking of the beans and a little effort, but for great reward. (To reduce cooking time to 30 mins a 425g can of haricot beans and a 225g can of red kidney beans can replace the soaked dried beans.)

    Recipe #171554

    This is a rustic salad based on the Tuscan salad which uses crusty leftover bread. Using char-grilled capsicum, this is a little different to other recipes. Great as a light meal or as a side dish. I omit the anchovies. (Australian measurements used.)

    Recipe #171546

    1 Reviews |  By Mischka

    (rota-gritz-ah) This is the stuff kids in the the Barossa Valley, in Australia, grow up on. The Silesian migrants brought the recipe when they settled the Valley however it was made with berries in their homeland. Usually served as dessert with cream, it can be eaten as breakfast during festivals. Preferred grapes are Shiraz or Mataro (Mouvedre). Please note: start with fresh grapes not juice - I had to do the recipe this way for Zaar. Hard to give exact measurements as depends on juiciness of grapes. (Australian tablespoon = 20mL)

    Recipe #171273

    1 Reviews |  By Mischka

    I developed this based on a French pot roast recipe. I wanted a way to cook chump chops - my least favourite cut of lamb. It is pretty garlicky so some may want to reduce the quantity by 1/3-1/2. Serve with green beans and mashed potato... and the rest of the wine!

    Recipe #171153

    3 Reviews |  By Mischka

    You know how you make something once and then you are making it for the rest of your life? Well that's how this gets it's name. I HAVE to make it every Christmas or my family revolts! Don't be put off by the seemingly long list of ingredients - it's mostly opening cans! Can be made up to 3 hours ahead however only add dressing at time of serving. (Australian measurements used.)

    Recipe #171141

    These are a wonderfully easy treat that children will love making. They are not very sweet as the sweetness is mainly from the cherries. I use Lindt 85% dark chocolate however children would probably prefer plain dark chocolate.

    Recipe #171119

    1 Reviews |  By Mischka

    I haven't tried these yet. They sounded interesting so I am saving this so I will be able to find the recipe again. (Australian measurements)

    Recipe #170630

    7 Reviews |  By Mischka

    These are packed with parsley to make your dog's breath smell great and they boast a stack of vitamin C and iron as well. My dog LOVES them. Sometimes I substitute pumpkin for the carrot. The water used will vary for every batch. Taken from Australia's Dr Harry's recipe.

    Recipe #170629

    2 Reviews |  By Mischka

    Another family recipe I grew up on. The potato keeps it moist. Freezes well. (Australian measurements)

    Recipe #170596

    This is a lovely vegetarian dish that's great when you want to make an impression. Meat eaters will love this dish too. Don't be put off by the long list of ingredients. It's really very easy. (Note: Australian measurements used).

    Recipe #169386

    1 Reviews |  By Mischka

    This is one of my favourite 'winter warmers'. The bonus is that it's also diet friendly too. My friends ask for this one time and again and don't realise it's from a 'diet' recipe book! (Note: Australian measurements used.)

    Recipe #169385

    2 Reviews |  By Mischka

    Traditional sauce made with a true Aussie ingredient. Will have a slightly 'gamey' flavour. This is much lower in fat (and cholesterol) than when made with beef. Due to Roo being so lean water needs to be added to keep it moist. A favourite of mine & taken from macromeats-gourmetgame.com.au

    Recipe #167977

    1 Reviews |  By Mischka

    A wonderfully easy, low-fat, moist fruitcake. High in fibre. Recipe given to me by a gym instructor about 15 years ago. Make 2 cakes (1 small & 1 larger). Needs overnight soaking. Freezes well.

    Recipe #167944

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