I don’t know about you, but I always have more than one over ripe banana to use up and this recipe conveniently calls for 3! These little numbers are also a healthy little pick-me-up post workout and perfect for school lunches too.
This a great way to use up leftover spaghetti, as somehow I always manage to cook too much. Use my recipe as a guide, you can use any type of flavourings you want, leftover spaghetti coated in bolognese sauce works a treat too.
Ordinarily, I would make my own empanada dough – I just didn’t have time when I whipped up these beauties. The recipe is included below – but just make sure you factor in enough time for the dough to rest.
These biscuits are a great lunch box treat and perfect for kids that don’t like visible dried fruit. The date puree combined with a little maple syrup naturally sweeten these delicious biscuits so with no processed sugar added, they are healthy too.
The ultimate winter comforter. This is a meal in itself and a vegetarian dish your kids will not complain about.
These beans are fast becoming a family favourite, perfectly paired with eggs or just with some toasted sourdough for an easy dinner. Make a big batch, they won’t last long.
This is just the type of wintry comfort I’m needing right now. It is a bit of a process, but this recipe will feed a crowd. If you prefer, halve or even quarter the recipe and layer the moussaka in small gratin dishes for individual serves.
This hearty and delicious soup is satisfying enough to be served as a main meal.
I shop for food at the Prahran market not only because it’s convenient but because of people like Kathy Tsaples from the Sweet Greek. Kathy is the owner of shop no.702 in the Deli Arcade. As well as stocking a selection of sought after Greek groceries, such as sheep’s milk…
It is now officially soup weather in Melbourne, here’s a flavoursome twist on a traditional classic that’s bound to warm you up.