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    This is a Huey recipe.

    Recipe #269100

    I found this on the internet somewhere when looking for pasta recipes for my pasta machine.

    Recipe #269099

    from Rick Bayless

    Recipe #269065

    From Australian Good Taste - An Australian cup is 250ml.

    Recipe #269061

    This was sent to me in an email.

    Recipe #269053

    This is from Super Food Ideas. An Australian biscuit is the same as a cookie.

    Recipe #269051

    This is from Australian Good Taste.

    Recipe #269050

    From Australian Good Taste. Alsorts are a confectionery product that consists of layers of licorice and a soft sugar-based confectionery.

    Recipe #269048

    An Australian cup is 250ml. A plain ring tin is not as deep as a fluted ring so may not be suitable for the amount of mixture. Because of the detailed shape of the cake tin it may not be able to be lined with baking paper, so brush the tin with a thick layer of melted butter and dust with flour or desiccated coconut to prevent sticking. Only use a light flavoured oil such as a ‘lite’ olive, safflower or canola, not strong flavours such as virgin olive oil or peanut oil. The unglazed cake can be frozen for up 3 weeks, allow to thaw in the fridge.

    Recipe #269012

    I found this on a New Zealand site.

    Recipe #269011

    Based on a recipe in Delicious magazine.

    Recipe #269010

    Ideal for a hot Aussie Christmas. From Family Circle. This needs to chill for 12 hours. In Australia we get plain nougat bars and this is what the original recipe recommends, but the software wouldn't allow me to type in plain nougat bars, instead I had to type in honey-nougat chocolate bars.

    Recipe #269006

    I saw this on the cover of Family Circle magazine and it looked amazing. Just perfect for our hot Aussie Christmas. This need to be chilled overnight. For Australians or New Zealanders out there, instead of the 90grams chocolate you can use 3 flake bars.

    Recipe #269002

    From Family Circle

    Recipe #269001

    Served with Recipe #268393 and Sweet Chilli Sauce

    Recipe #268921

    A hearty soup.

    Recipe #268894

    Recipe #268640

    With a mint and lime dressing.

    Recipe #268636

    First cooked in the oven and then on the BBQ.

    Recipe #268627

    This is used in my Recipe #268621.

    Recipe #268623

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