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Archive for September, 2011
A delicious combination of gooey caramel and chocolate with a hint of heat from the chilli… delicious and very addictive!
A delicious French onion soup that’s child’s play to make, from Little Kitchen Around the World kids cookbook.
This pasta-less lasagna is a lighter option for spring and summer, as it is filled with extra serves of veggies and lots of flavour. Gluten free of course.
Amazingly quick and good for you baked low fat cinnamon donuts, yum!
Labne cheese is creamy and flavourful with very little fat. It goes well as a spread, dip, as a base on bruschetta or even mixed into a Greek salad or dolloped onto grilled lamb.
Spiked with a little red wine for deep colour and flavour and with a helping of lemon zest, it is a more festive rendition of the popular dish.
Chanterelles, or Girolle, are a wonderful addition to grilled chicken or steak, but if you’re on a budget try them in these flavourful little dumplings. Delicious!
Chocolate, peanuts, marshmallows, coconut and lollie snakes instead of candied fruits…Who could resist?
Healthy baked spring rolls that are crisp, oven-baked and packed to the brim with raw vegetables or delicious duck – a classic turned nutritious and guilt free.