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    Sourced from Mother-in-Law who can't remember where she got it from - possibly a newspaper. We made a few adjustments to the original recipe due to lack of ingredients and taste. We served with quinoa and veg, but serve with what you like. PS Recipe name is our translation of Masala Wali Chaampah.

    Recipe #479242

    Have no idea where this came from apart from Aunty Clare - maybe the CWA or Golden Wattle Cookbook. I usually double or triple this recipe as the sauce tastes great hot or cold.

    Recipe #478996

    Sourced from Bowl Food cookbook we got from somewhere :) We used blade steak cut into thin strips - adjust to your taste or availability. Palm sugar can be substituted with soft brown sugar. Measurements are metric as we are Aussies! Prep time includes the marination, but not any accompaniments.

    Recipe #478800

    Another Donna Hay recipe with a change in ingredients to suit our tastes and what was available in our freezer.

    Recipe #478597

    Sourced from the Australian weighitup.com.au website - a lighter alternative to the original recipe

    Recipe #478505

    Another great recipe from Donna Hay magazine. Beautiful flavours and a bit of spice. Quinoa uses 1/3 cup grain to 1 cup water and is cooked (simmer) around 15mins until liquid is absorbed - we haven't included this in the prep time.

    Recipe #478428

    Sourced from the recipe section of a friends Woman's Day Magazine. I have a hankering for anything with cauliflower lately. You could substitute other vegetables if cauliflower is not your thing.

    Recipe #478256

    Can't recall where we sourced this recipe from, but on a cold winter's day I could eat the entire pot!

    Recipe #478151

    Another Donna Hay winning recipe - we have however changed ingredient quantities as they seemed a little large for those who are keeping an eye on their waistlines. Lovely flavours and textures!

    Recipe #477757

    A recipe from my childhood that Mum doesn't exactly know the source of. Every family seems to know about it, but has their own version. It tends taste better in the following days One of my favourite (although naughty) ways to serve is over fresh white bread roll with lots of butter, Hi-Li-Min on top. We usually season to personal taste with Soy Sauce. If you wish to freeze - cook just the mince and either leave the cabbage out entirely or place cut cabbage on top and it cooks well from there.

    Recipe #477678

    Sourced again from the wonderful Donna Hay collection. Another very easy dinner to prepare for guest with minimal fuss. Also delicious!

    Recipe #477324

    Adaptation of a Donna Hay recipe as a last minute resort to pimp up some Asian Coleslaw for dinner.

    Recipe #476593

    Sourced from New Zealand Chef Jo Seagar - made for an indulgent 40th birthday this is a delicious twist to a simple roast lamb.

    Recipe #472385

    Sourced from the Alive & Cooking TV show website. The name pretty much says it all, very tasty though. We used topside steak rather than veal as we couldn't source veal at the time. We would recommend using a tasty cheese.

    Recipe #469216

    Sourced from 'Who' magazine's recipe section this month, with a little substitution due to us lacking ingredients. Elevates your standard 'bacon and eggs' to another level!

    Recipe #466545

    Never could figure out how to make dippy eggs to go with toast soldiers. This is it!

    Recipe #466544

    Sourced online somewhere, can't recall though. You can add whatever vege or protein you like, say pancetta or chicken or spinach or mushrooms. We used pizza cheese that had four types in it as that was what was in fridge, but use what you like or have :)

    Recipe #463863

    Sourced from the Uncle Tobys 6 Week Cholesterol Challenge - hubby had to drop some bad fats and decided to take it up! This is one of his favourites now and he would continue to eat it even if he doen't need to anymore. Easy peasy nice and squeezy! You can substitute any flavour of milk powder you like.

    Recipe #463414

    This recipe is from the Donna Hay magazine issue 57. It is delicious, with a beautiful flavour and a bit of heat from the chilli.

    Recipe #458712

    This recipe was modified from a Donna Hay magazine after we were unable to source the original ingredients. Simple flavours but delicious, especially served with warm bread and butter! Bring on winter.

    Recipe #458604

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