Hey, Mark here. This is homemade Beef Sandwich Filler. It’s like pate, without the offal! Sorry for the photo, there’s only so much you can do to make a photo of brown mush look pretty, but trust me, you’re going to want to try this, so read on.click here to Read Recipe
My hubby is one of the fussiest eaters I know and really doesn’t enjoy eating a lot of veg. Occasionally I’ll find ways of adding veg into our meals (with him knowing of course) so we both still get some of our 5 a day. This recipe is for my bolognese sauce with hidden veg, it’s one of the best sauces I have created to date and goes great with homemade pasta. If you’re a parent with fussy little ones, or even a fussy partner like me, this will please everyone!Read Recipe
I still remember the first time I ever tried coconut rice, it was on a long flight on the way back from a trip to the UK. I thought to myself “OMG I have to learn how to make this”. Over time I’ve adjusted the measurements and I believe I’ve come up with the best creamy coconut rice to accompany any curry, like Thai Red Curry or even our Quick Chicken Curry or Chicken Rendang. Read Recipe
This recipe was requested by a good friend of mine who wanted a “trash” or “garbage” recipe for his sandwich press. So I came up with this twist on classic Hash Browns. After some trial and error, I discovered that you can do so much in a sandwich press, like these super crispy hash browns! It actually amazed me while doing this dish how quickly you can achieve crispy bacon using a sandwich press!
This recipe is great as a snack or as a side with something like chicken schnitzel, chicken parmigiana or chicken kiev!
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