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Carrot and Wombok TartDo you grow your own carrots, or been given some by a green-thumbed friend? Well don’t wonder what to do with the green tops, certainly don’t throw them away! Upcycle the whole carrot, green tops included into this YUMMY tart.Leftover Cereal-LogsThere always seems to be just a little but of cereal left in every packet that no-body wants, but instead of throwing it out, upcycle it into a yummy snack for everyone to enjoy.This recipe for Leftover Cereal-Logs allows you to use up any bits and pieces you may have. You could even add dried fruit, nuts or coconut.Easy Grilled ChickenEasy Grilled Chicken is one the whole family will love. The flavours are simple and you meal will be complete with a crisp salad. Spiced MayonnaiseThis Spiced Mayonnaise adds a punch of flavour to a simple garden salad.Easy Peasy AioliThis Easy Peasy Aioli is great to have in the back of your head as it goes so nicely with any seafood, Turkish bread or even a dip for sliced vegetables. Herbed MayonnaiseThis Herbed Mayonnaise is perfect for any salad but is really nice on pumpkin and spinach!Herbed Beer BreadNeed something a little extra to bulk out your meal? Look no further than this yummy Herbed Beer Bread. It’s really easy to make, tastes great and is finished in less than 1 hour.Spiced Nut BrittleHere’s an idea! Freak the kids out by showing them just how sweet treats were made in the ‘olden days’. This Spiced Nut Brittle is perfect for everyone to enjoy and add whatever nuts you have!Ginger Ice CreamWant a dessert to really knock the socks off your dinner party guests? Try this homemade from scratch Ginger Ice Cream. It is so rich that you won’t need anything else.Pork GyozaTo buy Gyoza already made in the supermarket is really expensive. So why not try to make some yourself!Lamb ChopsNothing says spring like lamb and this is the easiest recipe! These Lamb Chops are quick, tasty and perfect to celebrate the start of spring.No Bake Ginger Chocolate TartJust because you’re in the kitchen, doesn’t mean things need to get hot…just a little bit spicy . This No Bake Ginger Chocolate Tart is a great recipe to make with the kids these school holidays, or just whenever.
Crumbed Fish CakesThese Crumbed Fish Cakes will become a regular family meal in your home. Mrs Rogers Onion Powder gives the flavour of onion without those little bits that the kids complain about!Mussel PotA traditional Kiwi fav for the family table. Who remembers having a Mussel Pot on the table for lunch?Scallops in a Tomato and Wine SauceScallops are in season!!! So let’s have some fun with our tastebuds. These Scallops in a Tomato and Wine Sauce won’t last long.Vegan Fig and Mushroom PizzaDon’t bag it until you’ve tried it! Believe it or not, cheese is not always required and when you have flavours like this Fig and Mushroom Pizza, you just won’t need it!Kūmara and Bean Vegan BurgerYou certainly don’t need to be Vegan to enjoy this Kūmara and Bean Vegan Burger. With a tasty combination of Mrs Rogers Curry Powder, Coriander and Cumin, these burger patties will be sure to impress.Apple and Thyme TartThis is a perfect way to enjoy apples at this time of year. This Apple and Thyme Tart is a sheer delight on the taste buds and the whole dessert is vegan!Mum’s Best Savoury SconesWant to make scones just like Mum, or Grandma, does? Look no further. Mum’s Best Savoury Scones are perfect for a quick lunch or as a side to your favourite soup.Roast Chicken with Rosemary and Lemon StuffingRoast Chicken with Rosemary and Lemon Stuffing is a true winter dinner that will fill all those tummies with tasty goodness.