My Indian friend wrote this out for me, the ingredients are approximations because she never measures them. This is a tasty dish that can be made first and reheated in the microwave. Frozen spinach can be substituted, use 500 grams.
Found a long time ago on the side of a Nestle condensed milk can, these are a winner every time! Please note this recipe uses Australian measurements - 1 cup is 250mls. This recipe is very sweet so replace the white choc bits with nuts if you prefer.
Adapted from Donna Hays excellent 'Off The Shelf' cookbook. I've made this multiple times and added mussels too - absolutely delicious. Serve with a salad of rocket and parmesan, and toasted rolls rubbed with garlic, drizzled with olive oil and salted.
I first had this dessert on an island in Thailand in 2003. This recipe is from Appon's Thai Food Recipes website. It says to serve it hot, but I personally prefer it chilled as I think the taro has time to soak in the sugar.
Taken from the Epicure section of The Age newspaper, which in turn was taken from a grandmothers recipe book, this is an absolutely fast and delicious dessert best served with cream or ice-cream. You can substitute the golden syrup for some other sugar syrup like honey or maple but it will be a LOT sweeter.
I found this recipe on a lovely lady’s blog who recently passed away. I've been looking for a spinach and potato soup recipe ever since a friend made it for me, so I thought I would honor this lady’s memory by trying it. The blog is here in case you're interested: http://oldageisabitch.blogspot.com