Tick off your vegies intake with this pasta full of vegies. Choose your fav tomato based sauce for the recipe.
Delicious combo of cider , sausages and apples. You only need half a cup of cider for the recipe, so enjoy drinking the rest whilst cooking!
A healthy twist on a traditional Bolognese. Double up a serving size without feeling guilty!
Try this recipe when you are pressed for time. You will have a home cooked meal in 15 minutes. If a packet of gnocchi is not enough for two of you, get two… Nothing to be ashamed of, it is just so yumm!
Perfect warming stew for cold winter nights like in Canberra. Mushrooms and sweet potatoes add a healthy twist to the dish. You will fight to lick the pot!
Sausage is a comfort food, and pasta can be as well. Combined together, you get a double pleasure. No matter how bad your day was, it will bring a big smile on your face. And a generous pour of red wine to go with the pasta, of course! My personal favourite is pork and apple cider sausages.
I have had a fair share of this traditional Thai fried noodles whilst living in Thailand for three years. This recipe is simple using the ready made Pad Thai sauce (choose a good quality one), but captures all the key flavors of everyone’s fav Thai dish.
It is a comfort food dinner – choose whole meal bun for a healthier alternative. Heston sauce adds lots of flavor to the fried onions, so invest in one and make it a staple for your fridge. For non Aussies, you can not skip the beetroot. I have been reprimanded for doing it. The Aussie version MUST have beetroot and fried egg. If you don’t have a barbeque , just use the good old frying pan!
Ahhmazing brekkie or even brunch, as the meal will keep you full for a while. If you don’t have all the ingredients at hand, rummage through your fridge and cupboards, and find an alternative ingredient. It will still taste amazing, trust me. I have tried this recipe with different type of meats and beans.