Our recipes

Sauerkraut Gulasch by Sylvia – 28 January 2009

Here’s a quick translation of the recipe from Issue 1/2009 of Rezepte mit Pfiff. more…

Algerian Chicken and Chickpea Soup by Sylvia – 5 November 2008

I’m addicted to the Australian Women’s Weekly recipe books. My latest is Moroccan and the Foods of North Africa. This is the first recipe I have tried. more…

Mushroom (or anything) tart by Paola – 11 September 2008

This recipe is adapted from Delia Smith’s tomato tart recipe which uses goats cheese in her vegetarian cookbook. I have used this basic approach to also make tarts with mushrooms and apples. more…

Mixed berries Sugar-free Jam by Ginni – 2 September 2008

This is a chunky fruit jam that I make and keep in the fridge. more…

Apple and Blackberry Crumble by Becky – 25 August 2008

From Nigel Slater in the Sainsbury’s magazine.more…

Broccoli and sweetcorn soup by Paola – 24 August 2008

This is my recipe for a fresh-tasting broccoli and sweetcorn soup with lemon, garlic and olive oil. more…

Pork soup by Sylvia – 11 June 2008

Steak with Asparagus Salad by Sylvia – 4 June 2008

Tom Yam Gai (Thai Chicken Soup) posted by Sylvia – 3 June 2008

It’s fast and easy and very light and refreshing. I think it would be equally good with tofu or quorn, as long as the broth is strong flavoured. more…

Big Pot of Soup by Sylvia – 2 June 2008

Today I realised that the fridge desperately needed a clean-out, so I decided to kill two birds with one stone. I took all the wilting veg and made vegetable stock out of it. Then I looked up versions of this this triple-carb soup that I’ve been thinking about. more…

Ginchang Sigumchi Kuk (Rich Spinach Soup) posted by Sylvia – 31 May 2008

(Made with ground beef.)

Beetroot salad by Paola – 10 May 2008

This very simple salad is one of my favourites and can be made in a few minutes. It is a bowl of wonderful contrasts in flavours. more…

Wild Nettle Soup by Simon – 21 April 2008

It comes out green, and delicious. Indeed, the tastiest thing I’ve made all year I reckon. more…

Pork and black beans by Sylvia – 16 April 2008

Lentil burgers posted by Paola – 16 April 2008

Cous cous salad by Paola – 9 April 2008

This is a recipe for a large cous cous salad to last you a few days. more…

Vegetable soup by Paola – 1 Apr 2008

This is a general recipe for vegetable soup. more…

Cole Slaw by Simon – 27 Mar 2008

I like to make slaws, they’re easy, tasty, and a good way to use a variety of salad veggies. They’re also invariably much better for you than the shop-bought ones, and tastier. more…

Tangy chickpeas with red pepper by Paola – 22 Feb 2008

This is a quick way to cook something very tasty. Balsamic vinegar replaces the need for any oil or salt. more…

Tomato and beans with dumplings by Paola – 17 Jan 2008

This is something I have started to make regularly. It’s simple and fast to make and is very tasty. more…

Tangy cabbage with mozzarella by Paola – 10 Jan 2008

This is essentially a quick and tasty way of cooking cabbage. You can have it without the mozzarella or replace it with something else for the protein. more…

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