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    This recipe is more like the commerical Baking Powder you buy in the supermarkets.

    Recipe #42103

    This is a nice fudgie cake for dessert. The cake can stand while you are whipping up a quick main course eg a grill and salad.

    Recipe #41657

    Prep time will depend on if you wish to marinate the lamb over night. Cooking time will depend on how rare you like your lamb.

    Recipe #41655

    Damper is the bush-bread of Australia. Drovers (cowboys) baked Damper in camp ovens buried in the hot ashes of their camp fires in the Outback, but if you don"t want to build a camp fire in your backyard, damper can also be baked in a normal kitchen oven. To eat a damper: Cut the damper into rustic chunky slices, spread a liberal amount of butter on the damper and top with either jam, honey or Golden Syrup. YUM.. You just got to have a cuppa with it.

    Recipe #41616

    That secret of a good Lamington is to make the cake mixture from scratch.

    Recipe #41615

    A Gluten Free friendly cake. Dark Chocolate melted and drizzled over this cake is just to die for.

    Recipe #38551

    A sure way to make sure that you are not using commerical baking powder that has gluten in it. I use this recipe all the time because my son cannot eat gluten.

    Recipe #38461

    A quick recipe to make.

    Recipe #38292

    Try to use a fine ground rice flour as a courser ground rice flour will give you a course texture in your cooked products. Handy hint: Avoid over-cooking gluten free cakes, as this makes them very dry.

    Recipe #38134

    A heathly start to the morning. Make this juice after you have drank 2 glasses of water and before you have a cup of tea or coffee. I drink this just about every morning. It gives me a great kick start to the day.

    Recipe #38015

    I acquired this recipe from the Inn Chef Show. It's a great feeling to make your own mustard.

    Recipe #37981

    This is a treat for people who cannot eat wheat. These are great warm. Also like the real thing.

    Recipe #37964

    The peanut butter gives this recipe a lovely flavour. It is easy to prepare and it's quicker to cook than ordering take away. You can use frozen beans or peas. Just make sure that the beans or peas are thawed and drained of any liquid. Actually, the basis of this curry can be used for most vegetables. Just let your head go when making it.

    Recipe #37912

    I like this recipe because it suits everyone in the family from vegans to meat eaters. If I want to add meat, I slice the meat finely or use small pieces of seafood and then it only takes a minute or so to cook. You will be hooked of Thai soups if you try this recipe.

    Recipe #37797

    If you like ginger, you will like this cordial. Note: this cordial should last for several weeks in the fridge. However, if it bubbles or looks odd, throw it out. Prep and cooking time does not include sterilisation of glass bottle.

    Recipe #37364

    How would you like to try making your own homemade dip and at the same time avoid additives (such as gums, emulsifiers, acids, thickeners, sugar, salt and preservatives). Here is your answer to a quick very easy dip.

    Recipe #37362

    A delicious olive and caper spread. It's quick and easy to prepare, and is ideal to serve with pre-dinner drinks. Try a healthy dollop of tapenade goes wonderfully well with grilled fish, such as a snapper cutlet or tuna steak.

    Recipe #37274

    An easy light lunch or supper. It is great for kids lunch boxes.

    Recipe #36412

    A tasty Thai meal with a big refeshing flavour. This is a simple Thai meal that is certain to make you a Thai cook expert to your friends and family. You can bulk out this recipe by adding more snow peas and/or fresh beans.

    Recipe #36376

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