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    I have not made this but it looks good and am posting it here for safe keeping. The recipe calls for using scallops with the roe removed but if you like that then I think it would not take away from the dish.

    Recipe #460067

    A quick and easy meal to throw together. For the sweet chilli sauce I use a brand that is quite spicy so it gives it a nice kick. You may want to adjust the amount listed if your brand is more on the sweet side.

    Recipe #460023

    A great little appetizer or finger food for a party that is easy to throw together.

    Recipe #459914

    This is a make from scratch recipe if you wanted to save time you could buy ready rolled short crust pastry.. This pie can be served either hot or cold so makes for a great light dinner with salad or as a lunch box item or picnic food. Prep time does not include fridge time for dough.

    Recipe #459843

    This is a delicious stuffed pork recipe The recipe calls for 4 250g pork fillets and mine were large about 550g each so I just did one for the 2 of us. I still made the same amount of cheese fruit mix though and only had about 2 tablespoons left over. I am sure you could also do 2 pork loins of 500g each and get the same result as I have never found a pork loin that only ways in at 250g. For the fruit I chopped up some apricots with cranberries and the macadamias, we really enjoyed it.

    Recipe #459841

    Easy peasy recipe to ice muffins or cupcakes. Will ice about 12 cupcakes or muffins. Do not beat or over mix the frosting.

    Recipe #459764

    This one looks yummy and supposed to be done on the BBQ but I think it would work just as well in the oven on about 180 for the same amount of time..

    Recipe #459671

    Haven't tried this dressing but I have trouble buying it where I am so am posting it here to try.

    Recipe #459669

    Another quickie for the BBQ apart from the marinating time which is 3 hours and not included in the prep time.

    Recipe #459667

    A quick and easy BBQ meal.. Any leftover butter can be frozen and used at a later date. Prep time does not include the refrigeration time of the butter.

    Recipe #459664

    I made this one from my Philadelphia cook book and all my guests loved it.. I have listed the chopped cashews in the dipping sauce as part of the ingredients but I didn't add them. Posting here for safe keeping as with all my moving as of late I do not have all my cookbooks and recipes that I have collected over the years.

    Recipe #459112

    I love the sauce in this recipe it goes well with other meats I have served this with pork. I have not tried chicken but I am sure it would pair with that as well. It is quite an easy recipe to prepare and is not to time consuming apart from the marinating time which is not included in prep time.

    Recipe #459109

    I made this the other week from a new cookbook I just got and it was quick and easy to make and tasted great. My niece especially liked it I made 2 pizza's and just bought a roast chook instead of cooking up a chicken tenderloin. It would also be great to use up leftover chicken from a roast.

    Recipe #428423

    I found a few recipes when visiting mum that I wanted to try so I am posting here for safe keeping. This sounded really good

    Recipe #426473

    I haven't made this yet but it sounds delish. This is done on the BBQ but it could be done just as easily in the oven adjusting the cooking times.

    Recipe #426458

    I haven't made this one but it looks really quick and easy and would make a great lunch or late afternoon meal. Times are estimates. Prep time includes marinating time.

    Recipe #426455

    Another recipe I am posting for safe keeping that I haven'et tried yet but like the look of.

    Recipe #426454

    I came up with this one on the weekend just wanting to do something a little different from my usual roast chicken and I had some veg in the fridge I wanted to use up. I have listed below what I used but you could use anything like eggplant, yellow zucchini, large tomatoes rather than cherry or even baby carrots so feel free to play around with that. I served ours with the vegetables and also some corn on the cob’s, we are trying not to eat to many carbs in the evenings, but it would be nice paired with roasted potatoes as well.

    Recipe #385079

    This is a very easy dish to throw together, as once you have combined all the ingredients, it is just the marinating of the pork that takes the time. I tend to marinade mine in the morning before work but it can also be marinated overnight if preferred. I served ours with vegetable and egg fried rice but feel free to serve it with whatever you like. Prep Time does not include marinating time.

    Recipe #382857

    This is a recipe I came up with the other night as I had a pork loin to use up. I didn’t know what I wanted to do with it so I just used a bunch of stuff I already had in my fridge and cupboard and it turned out really well. I served ours over egg and vegetable fried rice but it would be just as nice served over steamed rice as well. Prep time does not include marinating time.

    Recipe #379874

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