I am really into making my own babyfood, this recipe was a hit with my son. It is so much healthier than jelly, but tastes just as good! I use whatever fruits are in season ie: peach, mango, nectarine, strawberries, plums - kiwi & pineapple are no-no's because they don't allow the gelatine to set. I also usually put in 2 different fruits for variety.
These bath bombs make fantastic gifts - they are just dropped into a hot bath & they fizz & dissolve releasing a beautiful fragrance! Surprisingly easy to make, let your imagination run WILD & experiment with different oils & colours - I also like to add dried rose petals, dried lavender & fine glitter......the possibilities are endless! I use heart shaped moulds, friand cake tins & round Christmas baubles for moulds. Let me know your ideas! I buy the citric acid in a large bag from an Asian supermarket.
Iain Hewitson is my favourite Australian chef, he serves these chips at his Melbourne resturant Tolarno's. Serve them as an appetiser or as a side dish -- great with sweet chilli sauce. Prep time doesn't include the overnight cooling.
Posted for a request. This is my BF's creation & the only way I make pumpkin soup now. We usually throw all the ingredients in the pot without measuring, so these quantities are a GUESS - use as much or as little curry powder you like. For extra flavour I sometimes roast the pumpkin before adding it.
This is a fulfilling pasta dish that is great to "whip-up" after work or a busy day. Use any flavour sausages you like, I sometimes use two different flavours for variety. Serve with hot herb bread. A Woman's Day recipe.
This chicken is great because you throw it all together in a pot & let it cook until the chicken is so tender, it's almost falling off the bone. Remove skin from chicken before cooking for a healthier dish.
I make a container of this once a week & keep it in the fridge to have for breakfast every morning. It is a healthy, nutritious and delicious way to start the day! Experiement & add whatever fruit you like. Prep time doesn't include the overnight soaking, from the "Healthy Living Cookbook".