Green Chicken Burgers

Originally posted on Cooking Up The Pantry:
You always need a good chicken burger recipe and this one is a cracker. Made on the BBQ or in a pan it works well both ways. Makes 6 burgers. Ingredients 500g minced chicken 75g chickpea flour 30g fresh coriander, leaves and stalks chopped 2 spring onions/green onions,…

Gnocchi Bolognese Bake

Originally posted on Wish to Dish:
Bolognese, pasta bake, gnocchi: three of my most nostalgic, cozy comfort foods. When the three are combined? Pure heaven. This is not fine dining, this is not “healthy eating” and this is certainly not a speedy supper but it is a great example of food’s ability to warm your…

Avocado-Custard Treat (creme de abacate)

Originally posted on Cook the Beans:
(for 1 person) 1 avocado, peeled and pitted 1 ripe kiwi fresh toasted nuts 3 tbsp vegan vanilla soya custard (+ 3 tbsp to add on top) It is a breeze to make, all that you need to do is mash the avocado with a fork and mix with the custard, garnish…

Coconut And Chocolate Squares

Originally posted on Cooking Up The Pantry:
Another sweet treat was required this weekend for cricket morning tea so, introducing one of the easiest sweet treats to make with no baking required. Makes 30-50 pieces depending on how you cut them up. Ingredients 600g desiccated coconut 420g icing sugar, sieved 2 x 395g condensed milk…

Cheese And Bacon Puffs

Originally posted on Cooking Up The Pantry:
I have shared my cheese puff recipe before but these combine two of my all time favourite foods. These little gems are crispy on the outside, slightly gooey on the inside and utterly delicious! I like to use a smoked bacon as it gives more flavour. Makes 48-60…

Brazilian Chocolate Orange Balls

Originally posted on Cooking Up The Pantry:
These are a rather dangerous treat to have in the house!? I get the boys involved in rolling the balls out as they are often for their social events or cricket club morning teas. Makes 28 balls. Ingredients 30g butter 395g tin condensed milk 100g dark chocolate, 70%…

Loaded Halloumi Fries

Originally posted on Wish to Dish:
I posted a photo of these halloumi fries on my Instagram several weeks ago with a promise to share the recipe on here ASAP and then completely forgot to do so… Therefore I offer my apologies for the delay but better late then never right? The creation of this…

Slow Cooker BBQ Beef Brisket

Originally posted on Cooking Up The Pantry:
This photo really doesn’t do this recipe justice but to be honest the beef was eaten so quickly I only got the one shot! I’ve taken the principles of using a rub with herbs and spices to coat the meat and then allowing it to sit for 12-24…