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Beef Stock

Beef Stock

When you buy the beef for this rich-tasting stock, ask the butcher to break up the bones into pieces small enough to fit into your stockpot or largest saucepan.
Lets Do Brunch!

Let’s Do Brunch!

Lazy weekends or indulgent late mornings are the best time to enjoy a leisurely brunch. To make it easy, keep the following convenience staples in your pantry or freezer: maple syrup, canned corn, rolled oats, frozen spinach and peas, frozen berries and, of course, always have eggs in your fridge!
Quick and Healthy Eggs

Quick and Healthy Eggs

Eggs are fantastic if you want something quick. An omelette is fast food at its best. Basil, parsley or chives are a perfect addition, or spice it up with Vietnamese mint or Thai basil. A zesty tomato chutney will give it flair. This recipe serves 1.
Ricotta Pancakes with Fresh Fruit

Ricotta Pancakes with Fresh Fruit

For a special brunch, treat yourself to a plate of pretty pancakes. To warm honey for drizzling, try heating it in the microwave for a few seconds.
Indian-style Grilled Chicken

Indian-style Grilled Chicken

An-Indian inspired barbecue recipe.
Caramelised onion tartlets

Caramelised onion tartlets

Croustades – made from thin slices of bread pushed into bun tins, brushed with melted butter and baked to crisp – are a great alternative to pastry for savoury tartlets. These are filled with a mixture of onions and sun-dried tomatoes. Both the croustades and filling can be prepared ahead of time.
Almond-crusted Orange Chicken

Almond-crusted Orange Chicken

Marmalade lends a citrus intensity to tender chicken, cut through with dijon mustard. The chicken breasts are coated with a mixture of breadcrumbs, almonds and parsley, fried until golden, then baked to perfection.
Kung Pao Chicken

Kung Pao Chicken

The chicken is stir-fried instead of deep-fried, reducing the fat content in this healthier version of a popular dish. It is quite spicy, with the inclusion of dried red chillies, but you can also add a fresh long red chilli for additional kick!
Quinoa and Cranberry Porridge

Quinoa and Cranberry Porridge

Make this new twist on a traditional porridge to brighten a cold winter morning. Cranberries contain many valuable nutrients but they have a limited season so are usually available in frozen or dried form.
Chicken Satay Salad

Chicken Satay Salad

This delicious salad is prepared with marinated strips of chicken that have first been threaded onto skewers and grilled. The chicken is served on a bed of rice and crunchy vegetables and drizzled with a spicy peanut dressing. It makes a great light meal for any occasion.
Baked Sweet Potato Fries

Baked Sweet Potato Fries

Baked fries are the way to go when you're cutting back on fat. These baked sweet potato sticks are so flavourful, you'll never know the difference.
Slow-cooker Duck with Orange

Slow-cooker Duck with Orange

In this classic recipe, the tart citrus flavours cut through the richness of the duck. It isn't absolutely essential to brown the duck first, but taking this extra step does develop the flavour and renders off some of the excess fat. Alternatively, you could cook the duck to the end of step 2, then cut it into quarters and brown them in a non-stick pan. Serve with a mixed leaf salad.
Osso Buco

Osso Buco

Osso buco is a dish of tender veal shanks that's perfect for any special occasion.
Lamingtons

Lamingtons

Learn how to cook traditional Australian lamingtons! The sponge cake will be firmer and easier to handle if you make it the day before you assemble the lamingtons. The finished lamingtons can be stored overnight, standing on baking paper, in airtight containers.
Foil-baked Salmon with Lemon and Dill

Foil-baked Salmon with Lemon and Dill

Subtly flavoured with lemon and dill, this baked salmon is easy to prepare and wonderfully healthy.

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