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Thai Chicken Sausage Rolls

These are a delicious change from the usual beef/pork sausage rolls. Bite size and flavoursome they are always a hit for morning tea shouts or evening supper with friends. You can make the long rolls well ahead of time and keep in the fridge. They will then be easier to slice into smaller pieces when cold.Thai-chicken-roll Continue reading

Stuffed Cheesy Bread

This is Cheesy-Melty-Onion-Garlic-Love weekend. Stuffed Italian Bread is like onion-garlic bread on crack. Highly snackable, highly addictive, you find yourself unable to stop pulling those cheesy bread pieces and licking your fingers good after devouring each piece.cheesy_stuffed_bread Continue reading

Slow Cooker Brown Sugar and Garlic Chicken

Everyone will enjoy this. I liked it because it was not too sweet like some of the other recipes I have tried, and the red pepper flakes gave it a nice little kick.slow_cooker_brown_sugar_garlic_chicken Continue reading

Pumpkin Soup with a Twist

Everything is better with bacon including pumpkin soup.pumpkin_soup_with_a_twist Continue reading

Hearty Mince Pasta

This dish is easy to prepare in one pot in the microwave ovenhearty_mince_pasta Continue reading

Cola Baked Chicken

Use full sugar Red Coke. The diet stuff doesn’t have the necessary sugar to reduce down to a yummy sticky gooey sauce. I like to use wings but any cut of chicken will do. The long slow cooking is the secret to great chicken.cola_baked_chicken Continue reading

Chicken and Noodles with Chilli Peanut Sauce

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Chicken and Mushroom Pie

This comforting, creamy chicken pie uses ready-made pastry for a quick and easy mid-week meal.chicken_mushroom_pie Continue reading

Caramelised Roast Vegetables

When the days are getting shorter and the mornings are beginning to bite – autumn is well and truly here. Autumn is traditionally a time of abundance, when vegetables that have been ripening throughout the summer can be harvested and enjoyed throughout the winter months. Take advantage of autumn’s bounty of mushrooms, pumpkins, capsicums, garlic, kumara, tomatoes, eggplant, beetroot, watercress, parsnips and carrots with this easy and satisfying recipe.caramelised_roast_vegetables Continue reading

Baked Caprese Rigatoni

Cheesy tomatoey basilly deliciousness. I used all three types of tomatoes because I like them all and I wanted all the different textures in the sauce. You could easily omit one and replace it with more of another depending on what you have on hand or how you like the texture.baked_caprese_rigatoni Continue reading

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