Stovies is a Scottish dish that has been traditionally used for leftovers. In it's simplest form, stovies are just the "scrapings off the stove" and a great use of leftover roast beef. The better your roast beef, the better the stovies will taste. You do not need to be exact at all with the ingredients. The yield greatly depends on how much you have left over from the roast.
In my search for Australian/New Zealand recipes for ZWT, I came across this recipe for the Bondi Chicken Burger. This is a copy cat recipe of the burger made famous at Oporto, an Australian and New Zealand restaurant of Portuguese influenced foods. Time does not include marinating.
A New Zealand biscuit (cookie). Golden Syrup is becoming more available in the US. I can find it in the British aisle of my grocery store and recently found it in the baking aisle. If you cannot find Golden Syrup, you may sub 2 parts light corn syrup to 1 part honey. These should get really hard and are often dunked in tea. I haven't made these yet, so I don't know how many it yields. The cooking time is per batch. I have posted the mixed spice recipe I found to go along with this if you cannot find mixed spice near you.
A simple New Zealand candy/sweet. Golden Syrup is becoming easier to find in the US. I can find it in the British section and recently found it in the baking aisle. If you cannot find it, you may sub 2 parts light corn syrup to 1 part honey.
Paella is a Spanish dish that is often made with seafood and sausage, or chicken and rabbit. For best results, use a full-flavored stock and Spanish chorizo. Rice should never be stirred while cooking paella.
If you do not have fresh herbs for the bouquet garni, put 2 tbsps dried parsley, 1 tbsp dried thyme, 2 tbsp dried marjoram, 2 bay leaves, 2 tbsps dried celery leaves in a cheese cloth, tied into a pouch.
Serve with Aioli (Garlic Mayonnaise)
The story is these biscuits became popular during WWI when wives would make these for their soldier husbands because of their firmness and since they don't go bad quickly. In the States, Golden Syrup is becoming more available. I can find it in the British section of my grocery store and just recently found it in the baking aisle. If you can't find it, you may use 2 parts light corn syrup to 1 part honey as a substitute. I'm submitting this for ZWT and am just guessing on the yield since I haven't made this yet.