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    The homemade stuff is always better! Adapted from a recipe by Jill Dupleix, Delicious magazine.

    Recipe #256103

    This creamy rice pudding is yummy, very easy to prepare and extremely versatile. It can be served warm, cool or chilled. By adding the seeds of 8-12 green cardamom pods in step 4, and substituting rose or kewra essence for the almond essence (and entirely omitting the Amaretto) it takes on the flavor of Kheer, that wonderful Indian rice dessert. I use basmati or jasmine rice and grind it in my coffee grinder. Time does not include chilling.

    Recipe #115721

    An 'adults only' version of a wonderful dessert.

    Recipe #115852

    Armenia is famous for its sweet and spicy nutmeg cake. It has a crunchy base and light cake topping, and tastes delicious. This recipe was given to me 16 years ago by the mother of one of my son's kindergarten friends. Tried and true!

    Recipe #62761

    The ingredients in this dish combine beautifully. Perfect for a special occasion (or when my Mum feels like spoiling Dad :)

    Recipe #63338

    A versatile, quick and easy meat-free, mid-week meal. I use 20ml tablespoons for this recipe. Measure out all ingredients before commencing to cook. Sometimes I saute (then remove) some sliced chicken thigh meat before stir-frying the eggplant, or I add some sliced portobello mushrooms. In this case, use your judgment to increase the amount of the sauce ingredients if necessary. If you don't like chillies, omit. From Delicious magazine.

    Recipe #258630

    Love scallops? This is a quick and tasty wok recipe to serve two as a main meal or four as part of an Asian banquet.

    Recipe #78052

    These tasty morsels are always popular as an appetizer and team well with the sweet chili dipping sauce. Add more chilies to the sauce if you like it hot! You can obtain fish sauce (and also a sweet chili dipping sauce, if you prefer not to make your own) in an Asian food store. The fritters can also be served with my Thai Sweet Chili Sauce, posted separately.

    Recipe #68656

    This is special enough for a dinner party. I sometimes use a more tender cut of meat, such as a fillet of beef or sirloin, and instead of covering tightly, as at step 9, I roast the meat along with the gravy in an uncovered roasting dish for less time. Your choice.

    Recipe #115851

    This is a mild and creamy eggplant curry that is absolutely delicious. Adapted from "Classic Curries".

    Recipe #127463

    This is a hearty gourmet version of Australia's very own meat pie, and it goes down well with a cold lager. I like to use chuck steak for this. Adapted from a recipe by Bill Granger, one of my favorite chefs.

    Recipe #111832

    Mushrooms with a hint of curry, combined with creamy sliced avocado, produce an unusual but interesting dish. You should be able to detect the curry, but it shouldn't be searingly hot, so adjust the amount as necessary. This is a 'crustless' quiche and is served directly from the dish in which it is cooked. I serve it as a first course, or for a light lunch, and my guests always seem to enjoy it. You could also have it on a picnic. Recipe from Beverley Sutherland Smith.

    Recipe #111722

    Bruschetta derives from the Italian 'bruscare' meaning "to roast over coals”. At its most authentic, Italian country-style bread is toasted over coals, rubbed with garlic and seasoned while hot with sea salt and fruity, virgin, cold-pressed olive oil. More commonly in English-speaking countries, the toasted garlic bread is topped with tomatoes and summery herbs. This version, without tomato, is a little different and is perfect for a casual lunch for 2 people, or as an appetiser for 4 people.

    Recipe #121684

    In this recipe, the ingredients are tossed into the pasta, rather than forming a sauce. Great for a quick and easy mid-week meal with salad. I use Kent or Jap pumpkin, available in Australia, and free-range bacon. You can make your own pesto, or buy it ready-made. I like the Sacla brand. Recipe adapted from "Australian Good Taste" magazine.

    Recipe #251756

    Creamy and rich. Left over Thanksgiving or Christmas turkey can be substituted for the chicken.

    Recipe #77843

    Exotic, tropical, cosmopolitan Broome, an old pearling town in Western Australia, is a popular holiday destination. On market day, stall vendors whip up a wonderfully tempting array of dishes. This is one.

    Recipe #63329

    There are hundreds of recipes for beef stroganoff, but this one is my favourite. It does not contain canned soups or tomato paste like so many others. For a special occasion, I like to add a splash of vodka! This is an adaption of a recipe that appeared in The Age newspaper in August 2007. It was devised by chef Cindy Sargon

    Recipe #258639

    Another version. These are traditionally served topped with a fried egg.

    Recipe #298355

    Bell peppers, peanut butter and coconut team beautifully with fragrant Indian spices to form a delicious vegetarian dish. Serve with rice or parathas for a light meal, or as one of several dishes in an Indian feast . To make ginger-garlic paste, peel and roughly chop equal quantities of ginger and garlic, and process or blend with a little water until pulpy. It can be stored in the refrigerator in a closed jar for several weeks.

    Recipe #105374

    A very delicious dal to ring the changes. I tend to add less sugar than called for, but the degree of sweetness counteracting the tangy tamarind is a personal preference. Creamed coconut is sold in a firm block. Adapted from a recipe by Beverley Leblanc

    Recipe #140514

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