Green Papaya Salad with Chilli Dressing |Plus 9 Other Salads To Inspire You

My most recent obsession in the world of salads, and I go through phases, is this crunchy and tangy Green Papaya Salad. Made with a sugar-free chilli dressing, it is a great side to grilled fish or meat or a light meal in itself.

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Banh Cuon for a Vietnamese Feature in Nourish Magazine

Banh Cuon or Pork and Mushroom stuffed Rice Noodle Rolls are one of my favourite Vietnamese dishes. It wasn’t actually until I was asked to write and shoot this feature for Nourish that I realised just how easy this dish is to make at home. Gluten and Dairy free.

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Coffee Cream Eclairs and the Only Choux Pastry Recipe You’ll Ever Need

Eclairs, profiteroles, Paris-Brest, cream puffs… whatever you like to call them and whatever shape, they are my go-to indulgence every time. Low in sugar (really) and with opulent waves of fresh, whipped coffee cream in the middle and a chocolate ganache glaze on top.

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How to Make the Perfect Risotto PLUS My Fennel, Mushroom and Truffle Oil Risotto

Risotto, when done right can be a truly comforting dish and is one of Matt’s favourites. Truffles? Don’t even get me started… Check out my tips for making the perfect risotto and an indulgent fennel, mushroom and truffle version to boot!

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Authentic Jamaican Jerk Chicken Wings

Jamaican Jerk Chicken is a classic in its own right, and now it’s even easier to recreate the authentic flavour with an all natural, gluten-free and preservative-free spice blend.

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Grilled Cauliflower with Eggplant Jam and Tahini Sauce

Inspired by our recent visit to Kazbah in Balmain, this dish is an absolute stunner and probably one, aside from the smoky babaganouj, that I would go back for every time. My healthied up version requires no deep frying and is served with a little pomegranate.

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Leftover Mash Potato Breakfast Waffles

Made with leftover mash potato, these Breakfast Waffles are a fancy alternative to a more traditional potato hash. Inspired by a similar dish we had at Cumulus Inc in Melbourne, and why we didn’t share it.

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Natural Dyed Easter Eggs with Trout Mayo and Herbs | Some News

Coloured with three simple ingredients: fresh turneric for deep orange, beetroot for pink and red cabbage for a delightful shade of duck egg blue, these natural dyed Easter eggs are pretty just as pretty on the outside as they are in.

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