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    These are the best brussels sprouts I have ever had. I remember as a child disliking them, and have only tried them again recently. I really enjoy the baby brussel sprouts cooked this way- they are much sweeter than the larger brussels. You can steam the brussel sprouts if preferred

    Recipe #230787

    I always remember my Mum serving this salad. It's a good old Aussie favourite. My husband has also said his mother made it. The quantities don't really matter, just make to your pleasing. This is a really plain salad and you must be a vinegar fan to enjoy it

    Recipe #230724

    I was looking for a mashed potato recipe on Zaar and couldn't find one. So here it is. We have mashed potatoes with casserole, stew or just as a side. Also being gluten-free I often use a gluten free pastry for the base of a pie and just top it with mash. You can use any quantity of potatoes, butter and milk/cream to your preferences.

    Recipe #230695

    A healthy snack for watching TV or a lunchbox. For a gluten free diet check that the rice crackers and tamari sauce are both labelled as gluten free. Makes a great gift. Quick and simple to make. You cna use any combination of nuts and seeds- just vary the amount of tamari sauce used

    Recipe #230691

    A classic French custard/pudding dish with the addition of almond meal in place of regular flour. A gluten free clafouti. Alternate fruits can be used in place of the cherries such as lightly stewed or steamed rhubarb, apple, pear or peach. Ensure you use a gluten free icing sugar if a gluten free diet is being followed.

    Recipe #230024

    I remember having candied popcorn when I visited my grandparents as a young child. We would visit a kiosk where we would watch the popcorn being made. The hardest decision was always what colour to choose. This recipe was given to me from a friend. This recipe makes 5 to 6 cups of delicious candied popcorn This syrup gets extremely hot-please watch it cooking the WHOLE time it is on the stove. Be very careful not to get any on your hands.

    Recipe #228856

    A delicious glaze over boiled carrots. Makes a simple veggie a little special. The carrots can be steamed or microwaved until cooked. The glaze is prepared separately and poured over the cooked carrots to coat. You can either slice your carrots or use whole baby carrots, If you're not a ginger fan then you can use garlic in place of the ginger. If you have an Italian style dish the garlic can be a good substitute for the ginger called for in this recipe

    Recipe #228831

    Children always have great fun finger painting. This paint is eady to make and very economical. Use the food colouring to achieve the desired colour- recipe is just a guide as it really depends on the colours that you are after. This recipe was from television "Burke's Backyard" about 10 years ago. Any soap flakes can be used to make this paint. Add Eucalyptus oil or dettol (zaar soesn't recognise dettol as an ingredient). Always in Australia, when times were tough, the good old Aussie spirit would always find a way! Making your childrens fingerpaints is by far cheaper than purchasing paints.

    Recipe #228833

    A Chinese-style cold dessert pudding - 6 serves. This recipe uses frozen mango, but you can use fresh if in season.

    Recipe #228825

    Quick and Simple. A very easy recipe. Great for lunch or an easy dinner. This recipe is also gluten free if you use a gluten free vegetable stock. You can vary the amount of chillies used to your taste. For a vegetarian dish- leave out the prawns and add some tofu instead

    Recipe #228823

    A great spiced Indain rice dish to serve with a curry dish. Serves 4 - 6. In addition to the cooking time the rice needs to soften for one hour before cooking

    Recipe #228805

    A simple cos lettuce salad, tossed with dill and toasted pine nuts. Serves 4- 6 people. For a gluten free diet- check the vinegar is GF.

    Recipe #228801

    A traditional German cookie for Christmas..or any time of the year. Commonly served with wine. Should make 30 to 40 biscuits. If not using a blended flour with xanthan or guar gums added- then add one teaspoon of gum with your flour to the recipe. These biscuits remind me of a ginger snap cookie from Arnotts (or at least what I remember them tasting like!)

    Recipe #228798

    A traditional Austrian torte. The original Sacher-Torte has been famous since 1832 and the original recipe a well-kept secret. I have not yet tried this recipe made with gluten free flour. Best made with good quality dark chocolate

    Recipe #228745

    A good old favourite. Serve with tomato sauce. This recipe makes 18 rolls Definitely not a recipe for those of us who do not eat red meat and are gluten free.

    Recipe #228682

    A Lebanese version of falafel. Vegetarian and if a gluten free diet is followed substitute the flour for a gluten free blend. Posted for Zaar world tour. Fava beans are also kown as broad beans. Note- time to cook does not include overnight soaking od the dried fava beans.

    Recipe #228676

    These are a popular Lebanese dish. They are also vegetarian and gluten free. For gluten free ensure the stock used is labeled as GF or homemade. Can be served with natural yogurt if desired. These make a great gluten free lunch- no bread and packed full of protein.

    Recipe #228675

    This is a great satay sauce. We have used it many times on prawn or chicken skewers. Can be made to suit a gluten free diet by using GF ingredients. A great sauce to serve with BBQ chicken or beef skewers. This recipe is made using Australian cup measurements. Updated from review- Please add extra stock if your sauce becomes too thick. Recipe from Cooking Chinese WW

    Recipe #228652

    A Dim Sum dish. These dumplings are made from sticky or glutinous rice flour and have a soft chewy texture. This version has a pork and prawn filling. You can have fun making new filling combinations for these little dumplings. For a vegetarian version you could add more veges and use finely chopped tofu (you would need to thoroughly remove excess liquid from the tofu). This dish can be cooked gluten free by ensuring the cornflour and soy sauce used are GF. Glutinous rice does not contain any gluten. These are time consuming to make, but will impress!

    Recipe #228650

    This is a refreshing dessert. A great desert to serve after a chinese/asian meal. Serve with seasonal fruits, such as strawberries and kiwi-fruit or tinned mango or lychees. Agar-agar can be purchased at Chinese food stores

    Recipe #228600

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