recipes – dinner

  • caramelised onion, goats cheese & cauliflower quichecaramelised onion, goats cheese & cauliflower quiche
    This caramelised onion, goats cheese & cauliflower quiche is a fabulous vegetarian dish that is loaded with flavour. The caramelised onions provide a lovely sweetness which works well with the earthy mushrooms. It can be cooked up for a warming dinner and served with a crisp side salad, or heated as left overs for a nourishing ...
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  • moroccan roast chicken with zingy pea smash and pecorino potatoesmoroccan roast chicken with zingy pea smash and pecorino potatoes
    This moroccan roast chicken with zingy pea smash and pecorino potatoes is a spin on the traditional roast. Essentially it provides protein, starch and green vegetables, yet in a different and more flavour packed way. The zingy pea smash can be used for a variety of dishes. It is lovely with pan seared salmon or ...
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  • fennel baked chicken with sprout, capsicum bacon saladfennel baked chicken with sprout, capsicum  bacon salad
    This fennel baked chicken with sprout, capsicum bacon salad dish is filled with earthy vegetables, crunchy textures and the warming spice of baked fennel. Brussel sprouts are a key ingredient in the salad which may be something usually avoided. The roasting of the sprout enriches their sweetness and caramelises their natural sugars, creating a crunchy ...
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  • warm caramelised fennel, orange and tomato saladwarm caramelised fennel, orange and tomato salad
    Warm salads are a perfect way to include vegetables through the cooler months. Seasonal vegetables work well here such as fennel and orange. When braised and caramelised, fennel changes from an aniseed taste through to a sweet and creamy flavour, that omits perfumes of cinnamon when it cooks. This Warm Caramelised Fennel, Orange and Tomato ...
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  • slow cooked pomegranate beef ribsslow cooked pomegranate beef ribs
    Such true winter food! I know it’s hardly winter here in Brisbane, but being a bit of a sook in the cold I tend to find myself gravitating towards hearty food rather quickly. For me true heartiness comes from slow cooked meats that melt away from the bone. If there is a sticky sauce to ...
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