Skinny Pesto Pea Soup – Winter Warmer

Skinny Pesto Pea Soup – Winter Warmer

Hello dear readers, today I want to share a Thermomix recipe for Pesto Pea Soup. If you don't have a Thermomix don't worry, my original Pea soup is a stovetop recipe and can be found by clicking the link. I haven't changed any of the ingredients for this Pesto Pea soup.  I have simply altered Continue reading

Authentic Mango Chicken Recipe

Authentic Mango Chicken Recipe

Have you ever tried to cook an Indian Curry and it's tasted exactly like the restaurant dish?  My authentic mango chicken tastes as good as the best mango chicken you've had, in your favourite Indian restaurant. I know that sounds like a huge claim, but it's true. I was actually given this Continue reading

Peppermint and Chocolate Bliss Bomb – Beware!

Peppermint and Chocolate Bliss Bomb – Beware!

I'm sure by now we have all tried a bliss ball or two. I published this Jaffa Bliss Ball recipe about a year ago and everyone loved it! The recipe included nuts and dates and was a lovely, healthy, wholesome recipe. So this Peppermint and Chocolate Bliss Bomb recipe is everything the Jaffa recipe Continue reading

Thermomix Zucchini Slice

Thermomix Zucchini Slice

When you're a mum there are some recipes you tend to make more regularly than others. The reason for this is because you know the family loves them. This recipe is one of those! I've made this slice off and on for more than 20 years!  Now that I have a Thermomix it's even easier to make! The recipe Continue reading

Salted Caramel & Pecan Monkey Bread Recipe

Salted Caramel & Pecan Monkey Bread Recipe

Good Morning readers, have you heard about, or tasted Monkey Bread? I have to admit it's pretty new to me also. At first I presumed it was a type of banana bread... well monkey's like banana's?? But no, monkey bread has nothing to do with banana's. So what is our latest US recipe import, Continue reading

Homemade Thai Fish Cakes -Tod Mun Pla

Homemade Thai Fish Cakes -Tod Mun Pla

Whenever we travel internationally I like to attend various cooking schools so I can get a feel for the ingredients and flavours of that country. Thai Fish Cakes is a very popular restaurant dish in Australia so on my last trip to Thailand I was looking forward to perfecting the recipe. Tod Continue reading

Slow Cooked Massamam Curry

Slow Cooked Massamam Curry

Have you ever wondered how to make a slow cooked Massamam curry from scratch.  I wondered, and I tried various recipes only to be disappointed. Nothing I was making tasted as good as the Massamam curry we've eaten in Thailand. The Massamam curries we've had on holidays were all rich in flavour, Continue reading

Simple Indian Lamb Korma Recipe

Simple Indian Lamb Korma Recipe

Lamb Korma is my favourite Indian dishes. Anyone who knows me we have already realised this as I can't seem to bring myself to order anything off a menu. I will always try the other Indian dishes but as much as they may be delicious, it the korma that makes me crave Indian food. I started Continue reading

Vegetarian Pumpkin Lentil Loaf w Quinoa

Vegetarian Pumpkin Lentil Loaf w Quinoa

Today I'm sharing a fabulously easy vegetarian Pumpkin Lentil Loaf with Quinoa. But first, did you know the United Nations has declared 2016 the Year of the Legume? No... nor did I until a couple of days ago! I actually came upon this fact whilst I was looking up the fibre content of lentils v's Continue reading

10 Easy Slow Cooker Recipes & A Giveaway!

10 Easy Slow Cooker Recipes & A Giveaway!

Good Morning readers, how's the weather in your part of the world? It's a little gloomy here at the moment so I wanted to share a collection of Easy Slow Cooker Recipes. Regular readers would know that I'm partnering with Russell Hobbs at the moment in a slow cooker recipe series. Each Sunday Continue reading

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