I found this recipe on the bake of a Pam's Barley packet. Sounds interesting and should make an easy winter meal. April 2013: Have made this recipe now and while it is quick and easy, does require the addition of salt and pepper to taste.
Okay, there are over 600 recipes for 'Fresh Sweetcorn Salad', but after a quick check there didn't seem to be any quite like this one, which I have made and can totally recommend. I found this one by doing a 'Google Search' and it is credited as being an adaptation of a recipe by Ina Garten and published by a foodie called Hannah. Really tasty, quick and easy.
I picked up this recipe from the local Bin Inn store. Very tasty and enjoyable and well worth making. Cooking time does not include the time taken to cook the Lentils. To save time you could use canned lentils.
Found on the "Simply Recipes" website. An excellent salad for summer time or a pot-luck. Cooking time is chilling time. I didn't have cilantro so used parsley instead. Also didn't have quite the required amount of corn, but it all tasted very nice. Chilled it for about an hour before serving.
I found this recipe in a NZ Straight Furrow. It was submitted by Julie Dobbs as being a recipe that 'not only looks stunning, but tastes superb'. Posted here for safe keeping and I will hopefully get it made for our Christmas Day lunch 2010. It mentions that the cheese cake is best made the day before.Posted here for safe keeping.
This recipe was given to me by my German sister-in-law. It goes really well with the Rouladen recipe I have also published. The vinegar ensures that the lovely red colour of the cabbage remains as it cooks. Enjoy.
Low GI yummy muffins. Oatbran is excellent for keeping you full for longer and helps lower colesterol. Make a batch and keep them in the freezer. Take one out in the mornings for a healthy mid-morning snack.
A delicious and tasy mid-week meal. Sourced from taste.com.au but I have used cheese sauce to bind it rather than their suggestion of 1 cup cream and 2 eggs beaten togetherTo me that sounded rather too rich and fat ladden.
Easy to make souffle that I found on the About.com web site under British & Irish Food section. The recipe says to bake the souffle in 6 individual ramekins but I made it in a large souffle dish and cooked it for 30 minutes. I used Edam cheese and American mustard as that was what was in the fridge.
A really quick and easy soufle to put together. Can be whipped up quickly after work and is delicious with either a salad and potatoes or a selction of vegetables. I've been making it for years and recently made it again when I came home from work one night at the end of the week and there wasn't much on offer in the fridge. I have copied the recipe as it was originally given to me, but when making now, I use very little butter on the top.
This recipe was published in the Sunday magazine. Created by Ray McVinnie a top restraunt owner, author and judge on NZ's Top Masterchef NZ. I hadn't used Farro before and it is delicious. Almost like a cross between barley and brown rice. It cooks up with a lovely nutty, creamy, soft texture. I found this so delicious I made it a couple of times in the same week. I used chicken tener loins in place of the breasts as I find that breasts frequently become dry when cooked.