These scrumptious melting chocolate puffs are quick and simple to make and a very ”effective” alternative to your everyday biscuits. They are so quick to make that even the most unexpected guests can be treated to one within minutes. And kids love making them too! Plus they taste like the best bit of a traditional [...]
Archive for October, 2010
I’ve always liked haloumi and often use it in salads or lightly fried and dressed with lemon zest oil, but recently I discovered this particular watermelon pairing at gallon. - our local wine bar. Mr Chipconnoisseur is so in love with the warm saltiness of the cheese and sweet chilll of the [...]
It only takes 5 ingredients to make these delicious Sticky Five-Spice Pork Ribs, accompanied with a light and crunchy Red Cabbage Slaw.
This is one of my favourite childhood meals: juicy meatballs, smothered in sticky creamy horseradish and dill sauce (great for fish also) served with a generous helping of buckwheat. Most Australians run into buckwheat used in the form of flour in pancakes and breads. But there are many advantages of [...]
Now, just to be clear, the following recipe is for the perfect [insert your favourite ingredients here] omelette. It’s light and fluffy and oh so good! I used large cooked tiger prawns because I’ve had a hankering for them for a while, and since I picked up a handsome bunch [...]
Quick, hassle free and slightly fancy. Believe it or not, but this recipe was a ‘collaboration’ between me and an 8 year old boy… As we strolled through the supermarket trying to find ingredients to compliment the fish I picked up fresh from the Fish Markets earlier, he suggested I [...]
Whether you’re cooking for yourself, your family or looking for a hassle free entree to serve at your next dinner party, this creamy cauliflower and herb soup recipe is a winner.
Pure indulgence that takes only 5 ingredients and close to no time to make. That’s my kind of dessert. Enough said. You can make a larger batch and keep it in an airtight container in the freezer for scooping into waffle cones, or use silicone mini cupcake moulds to make single [...]
Crispy, wholesome and delicious – not exactly the kind of words that come to mind when you think of a regular sausage roll, are they? No, but this is not a regular sausage roll recipe.
I decided to make a tart. They look so fancy and posh, yet are very quick and easy to make. Based on the shortcrust pastry recipe I used, and the type of filling I was going to make, the tart would be more of a traditional flamiche. Flamiche is a shortcrust pastry tart with a leek [...]