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    1 Reviews |  By Stew-It

    This is quick meal and is very nice! We have it quite often.

    Recipe #192839

    2 Reviews |  By Stew-It

    These rissoles are tender, juicy and very hearty. Great by themselves, in a burger or served with vegetables. You can even have them cold with a sweet chili dipping sauce!

    Recipe #192099

    This isn't for everyone, but worth a try if you're into new things. Testicles can be hard to find, but some butchers carry them. This is a variation on an old recipe.

    Recipe #193221

    1 Reviews |  By Stew-It

    Delicious comfort food. Sausages in a rich tomato sauce on a bed of spiral pasta, covered in cheese and baked.

    Recipe #294241

    I'm currently doing a detox program which involves not eating a lot of food which I normally really enjoy. One of the things I crave most (apart from beer) is curry. The following curry is made from 100% organic foods, and each ingredient should have no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives.

    Recipe #205920

    This is a great recipe. It doesn't take long to make, and can be made with left overs and vegies that would normally be discarded. The other good thing about this recipe is that people with Celiac Disease (Gluten Intolerance) can eat it as this pie uses potato for the crust instead of pastry. We usually buy a pre-cooked BBQ chicken and eat the white meat. Then the rest of the bird gets chucked in a big pot and boiled for about 45 minutes. Once cooled, the meat is pulled off and the bones, skin and cartilage is thrown away. Start with about 1 litre of water boil it down until you have about 200mL left. The liquid that is left behind will thicken and is what makes this luscious.

    Recipe #319133

    1 Reviews |  By Stew-It

    I guarantee you that if you love lemon sorbet, you'll love this one, and you'll keep making it! It is so easy to make. In fact, you can start it in the mid afternoon and have beautiful refreshing sorbet for dessert that night! This recipe can be made with an icecream maker, but you don't need one (I have one, but don't use it for this recipe).

    Recipe #290908

    2 Reviews |  By Stew-It

    This is an old style meat casserole, but made oh so much nicer. It is slow cooked for more than 6 hours for maximum taste.

    Recipe #187894

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