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    I put this in a forum as someone was asking for hints on what to use for chocolate crackles in place of copha, so I figured I should make it public on here too. They're very good.

    Recipe #281719

    This is always a winner at Christmas time, of course in Aus it's hot at Christmas, so its ideal as a sub for a hot dessert. SO good. Cooking time doesn't include time taken to soften ice cream, or overnight freezing.

    Recipe #265895

    I LOVE these scrambled eggs; this is the only way I'll make them. So rich and creamy, perfect served with bacon for a cold day's brunch. This recipe is from a box set I got years ago called 1001 Recipes for Pan or Wok.

    Recipe #274691

    These two go hand in hand, you simply can't have one without the other. Perfect comfort food for a cold winters day. The shape of the doughnuts makes them perfect for dunking in the hot chocolate.

    Recipe #193485

    The title kinda says it all... Yummy

    Recipe #195515

    Thess cupcakes are simply the best!! Simple to make, and oh so yummo!

    Recipe #194763

    If you love cheese, you'll adore this. In step 2 its very important that you freeze the cheese. If it stands at room temperature, it will become over ripe and will melt into the oil during deep frying. The preperation time doesnt include the chilling time

    Recipe #195516

    One of my family's favourite stir fry meals, I normally serve it with steamed or boiled rice. Or for a treat I'll make fried rice. I've never tried it with stir-fry noodles but I'm sure it would turn out fine. I always double the sauce as I love it when the rice soaks it up. But I have written it here as it is in the recipe. From 1001 recipes for pan or wok.

    Recipe #286306

    I like to have this when it's hot and I don't want a heavy meaty pasta. The tomato puree can easily be substituted with a can of crushed tomatoes, just note the cooking time will be a little bit longer.

    Recipe #286027

    This is the perfect lazy indulgent breakfast

    Recipe #191166

    This came from an old magazine i found. I know it by heart now, everyone who tries it, loves it! It can easily be doubled to feed more.In Australia Pom Poms are little balls of mashed potato, which have a crispy outer when cooked. They are normally found with the frozen french fries etc

    Recipe #192412

    Don't be alarmed by the number of chillies in this recipe it is actually very mild, My six year old will eat it with no problems, And he refuses to eat anything with even the slightest bit of heat in it. If more heat is wanted you could easily leave the seeds in one of the chillies. But unless you want a ring of fire the next day I wouldn't leave anymore than one chillies worth of seeds in.

    Recipe #274848

    Bangers n Mash with a twist, this is real comfort food for me, perfect for a winters night dinner. This recipe also works well with a kilo of small lamb loin chops.

    Recipe #266201

    This is what I make myself for dinner nearly every friday night, (unless I happen to be out of my mind and am sticking to my diet) Its got heaps on it, so make sure you have your appetite with you when having this. Note: I never actually wiegh or measure my serving, but the recipe couldn't be published until I put some kind or measurments. So I am kind of taking a stab in the dark here.All servings are according to your own personal preference. As much or as little as you like.

    Recipe #287654

    I got this out of one of my Mum's old cook books, the book is very old and virtually falling apart and she was close to throwing it out so I had to rescue some of the better recipes, this is one of them. :)

    Recipe #294313

    This was kind of an accident how i came across this delightful dessert, nevertheless, it is delicious. And makes a perfect change to ice cream

    Recipe #192414


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