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    This recipe is the first time I have used Sambal Oelek and it was delicious. I almost didn't make it because the recipe sounded a bit fiddly, but it did say 15 minutes prep and 15 minutes cooking time, so I gave it a go. Absolutely delicious!! It does suggest using peanuts instead of cashews if desired, though I used cashews. Recipe found in the February 2010 issue of Recipes+.

    Recipe #442910

    A tasty mid-week meal. Quick to prepare and the left-overs tasted just as great. Recipe from Recipes+ February 2010. I didn't use quite as much pasta as the recipe calls for, but have reproduced the recipe here, as it was published.

    Recipe #442704

    A Weightwatchers recipe with 6pts value per serve. The barley gives the risotto a nice chewy texture and makes for a really filling meal. I only had brown mushrooms available so was unable to obtain the porcini and enoki mushrooms and the recipe still tasted delicious.

    Recipe #441607

    An appetising side dish, entree or buffet offering. The mushrooms can be left raw or browned slightly. I found the recipe in 'The Aucklander' in an article by Vic Williams.

    Recipe #437633

    Easy to make souffle that I found on the 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.

    Recipe #437629

    A colourful salad that goes down well at any occassion. Found on the Kaipara Kumara Website.

    Recipe #434260

    This is a delicious and colourful salad which is quick and easy to make. Keeps well if it lasts that long. I only used 1 cup of dried craisins and as I didn't have a full cup of them I topped it up with dried currants. I also only used 1/3 cup of pine nuts as that was all I had, and also they are very expensive, so using a whole cup seems a bit extravagant. However I submit the recipe in it's original form.

    Recipe #434259

    A quick and easy slice recipe that my mother gave to me many years ago. I made it without the nuts and it worked out fine. If you want to include the nuts I would suggest that peanuts or walnuts would work really well.

    Recipe #434252

    I found this recipe in the chat room. It sounds so nice, I'm posting it here for safe keeping. The recipe calls for for Wood Smoked Salmon with a Peppery Crust, but I would expect any hot smoked salmon would work in it okay. If dill is not available it is okay to leave out.

    Recipe #432015

    Easy comfort food recipe, ideal when the weather is cooler and you don't feel like spending a lot of time in the kitchen. The recipe is from an old cookbook by Trevor Wilson called 'Great Rice Dishes of the World'.

    Recipe #429352

    I'm not sure where this recipe came from, but it makes a delicious luncheon dish or light evening meal. Serve with a crisp green salad.

    Recipe #428998

    A recipe I found many years ago in an English magazine. A cheap and tasty meal.

    Recipe #428997

    Unfortunately this recipe is made from ingredients that aren't known for their "Wow" factor, but when you make this soup you'll discover it is definitely a 'Wow" recipe. I got this recipe from Cedar Corban when I attended one of her cooking classes in Kerikeri. The quantities of ingredients aren't something that need to be exact, so don't worry about how big a bunch of spinach is, or how big the onion or garlic clove is etc. You can use frozen spinach or silver beet (Swiss chard) if you don't have fresh spinach. The end product will be superb. Great for lunch or a filling evening meal when you don't feel much like cooking.

    Recipe #427142

    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.

    Recipe #425730

    I found this recipe on another website, This recipe is a winner in my household. Seriously delicious. Served with steamed Kale, rice and Spicy Glazed Sweet Onions. A most enjoyable meal.

    Recipe #425729

    A salad that is quick and easy and ready to enjoy in minutes. Please note that cooking time is the marinating time. From 'In my kitchen', Jan/Feb 2010.

    Recipe #418056

    From the Jan/Feb issue of "In my Kitchen". A fresh salad that is quick and easy to prepare and tastes delicious

    Recipe #415409

    A money saving meal in a hurry. From Jan / Feb edition of "In my Kitchen".

    Recipe #415398

    Hign in protein, low in fat and absolutely delicious. From Jan/Feb 2010 "In my Kitchen".

    Recipe #415397

    I created this recipe as a way of getting my 2 year old grandson to eat meat (which he is reluctant to chew) and get some iron into this diet. He is allergic to wheat products, dairy and tomatoes. This recipe is easy to make and tastes delicious. I make it in a dish about half the size of a normal lasanga dish. When cold, I cut the lasagna into 8 servings, wrap in cling-wrap and freeze.

    Recipe #410107

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