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    7 Reviews |  By Sarah!

    Adapted from the Afi Chef website. Posting for ZWT 4. This lacks the fruit that is common in a lot of Bobotie recipes and is the reason I was attracted to it in the first place. It has a nice light curry flavour and a hint of sweetness.

    Recipe #307845

    1 Reviews |  By Sarah!

    Classic Greek egg and lemon soup dish. From the cookbook Rice and Risotto. Posted for Zaar World Tour 4.

    Recipe #307571

    A nice light pasta salad, great for the hot summer months.

    Recipe #294973

    1 Reviews |  By Sarah!

    From the Low-Cholesterol Cooking for your Health Cookbook. I made these in individual ramekins, but you could just as easily, make it in one casserole dish. Freezes well too.

    Recipe #294937

    7 Reviews |  By Sarah!

    Made for RSC #11. A nice spicy and zesty twist to plain old crumbed chicken. I used wholemeal bread crumbs in this recipe, you could easily use plain crumbs or even cornflake crumbs in its place. Enjoy!

    Recipe #282924

    3 Reviews |  By Sarah!

    Another tasty recipe from Super Food Ideas. A nice change from regular meatloaf, and using different heat levels of salsa this can be as mild or as spicy as you wish.

    Recipe #237722

    3 Reviews |  By Sarah!

    Great to serve with spring rolls, or any other Asian style finger food. This can be kept in the fridge overnight, but be aware that the chili will increase in heat, so if you want to make it in advance and don't want it too hot, could be better to add the chili before serving.

    Recipe #232473

    1 Reviews |  By Sarah!

    Great finger food for a gathering. Serve with sweet chilli sauce, soy sauce. I have found that if you want to make them the day before, they will soften up, just pop them in a medium heat oven for about 20 minutes and they will be nice and crispy. To make this easy, chop all ingredients in a food processor.

    Recipe #232470

    7 Reviews |  By Sarah!

    Baby spinach, semi-dried tomatoes and olives are a great combination in this risotto. As I have only just discovered the delights of olives I am finding more and more ways to use them. Just to note, a few people making this have found that one cup of semi-dried tomatoes is too overpowering, so you may want to cut it back to half a cup. (Please not: The sun-dried tomatoes listed are actually semi-dried.)

    Recipe #229234

    3 Reviews |  By Sarah!

    Chicken wings are always great for parties, I served these recently with my hot hot hot chicken wings, and it was a nice balance of flavours. (Australian Tablespoon is 4 teaspoons)

    Recipe #218257

    2 Reviews |  By Sarah!

    These certainly turn out spicy - be sure to warn any guests! I love the ease of chicken wings, and had these at a recent bbq. Be sure to serve with blue cheese dressing, or sour cream for those who find them a bit hot. There are a few ingredients listed, so if you enjoy these it's a great idea to combine all the dry spices in larger amounts then just add the lime rind and garlic when you want to make them again, and you're all set. (prep time is marinating time.)

    Recipe #218254

    1 Reviews |  By Sarah!

    Tangy lime and coriander chicken pieces on lemongrass skewers. Perfect for a summer bbq, but can also be grilled indoors. (prep time includes marinade time, so may change depending on how long chicken is marinated for)

    Recipe #218252

    Found on ninemsn website. This apple sauce is sweetened with apple juice concentrate instead of sugar. No need to peel or core the apples, you use the whole lot in this recipe. The pectin in the skin will thicken the cold apple sauce. (Prep time is time needed after cooking).

    Recipe #218249

    5 Reviews |  By Sarah!

    Fabulous light dish that's great on a hot summers night. An easy recipe to swap different ingredients around. Coriander (cilantro) instead of basil is yum! Also some crispy bacon or prosciutto goes well. Please note an Australian tablespoon is 4 teaspoons.

    Recipe #214970

    2 Reviews |  By Sarah!

    Originally posted for RSC#9, Jan '07. A slightly different side dish with a nice Indian influence. I have used hot curry powder in this recipe, but use a mild curry if you prefer.

    Recipe #211579

    7 Reviews |  By Sarah!

    From The Australian Women's Weekly 'Tapas, Mezze, Antipasto and other Bites' As I am not a fan of anchovy and even though I don't think you would notice the flavour in a tapenade, they are not something I ever have in the pantry. So this quick and easy tapenade is perfect for me to whip up.

    Recipe #208190

    I came up with this recipe after reading through several of the corned beef hash recipes here on Zaar. I didn't have any potatoes on hand, but did have some instant potato mash in the pantry. Super quick and easy way to use up left over corned beef. Quite yummy on its own, or as part of a brunch or breakfast meal.

    Recipe #206599

    From Super Food Ideas. Made these for our Christmas dessert and they went down a treat. Although these are made in individual cups you could just as easily make this as one dish (like traditional trifle). For this recipe you will need 12 x 285ml capacity glasses (10 fl ounces) Please note 1 Australian Tablespoon = 4 teaspoons. Cooking time includes chilling time.

    Recipe #203313

    3 Reviews |  By Sarah!

    This is a recipe that my mum made for us a lot when we were kids - as did her mum when she was little! I finally got around to actually measuring them the last time I made it. LOL Feel free to play around with the quantities, I used Forequarter lamb chops, depending on what cut of chop you use you may want more or less of them. Although this uses salt reduced french onion soup mix, it still has a quite concentrated flavour. By all means you can cut it down to 1 packet, or 1 1/2 packets. Just keep in mind the gravy will be considerably thinner. You definitely want to serve this yummy dish with potato mash.

    Recipe #203286

    5 Reviews |  By Sarah!

    Adapted from the Australian Womens Weekly. A favourite dish of mine is veggies cooked on the barbecue, the vegetables listed can of course be varied, I am sure that any combination would taste just as good.

    Recipe #203199

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