Quick, healthy dinners

Give ho-hum weeknight dinners a makeover! With minimal preparation and short shopping lists, these 30-minute recipes are inspired and healthy to boot.

Many people don’t like anchovies, and with good reason – eaten alone the flavour is very strong. However, when added to sauces and properly balanced, you’d never know...
Inspired by the flavours of Lebanon and the Middle East, the stunning combination of flavours will make you look at chicken and carrots in a whole new light. If...
With no sugar, minimal cream and quick to prepare, this is a dessert that fits the midweek mould to a tee. Get it in the freezer before you start to cook dinner...
Delicate and earthy, handmade soba noodles are quick to prepare and an entirely different eating experience to the commercially produced variety. The earthiness...
Delicate and well-balanced, this dish relies on a few quality ingredients to produce a delicious broth. Buy the best quality fish stock to get the most out of...

In season: Zucchini

These superstars of the squash family shine brightest when young. Stuff, sauté or serve zucchini in salads and fritters.

This dish is made with fresh herbs, which bring out the delicate flavour of zucchini. Ula Bilinski, featured in our podcast, created this recipe, as she loves to use...
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Kopanisti is a cheese from Mykonos with the texture of ricotta, but the sharpness of blue cheese. Unfortunately, you cannot purchase it in Australia, so Maria has...
Zucchini fritters are similar to an omelette and can be fried or baked. In Lebanese cooking, they're enjoyed as part of a mezze banquet or eaten on their own.
Stage 4 - Nice/Nice: This recipe is from the Nice/Riviera region. Popular both in France and around the world, ratatouille is a speciality of the Mediterranean...
Light, tangy and ever-so creamy, salmon and cream sauce will never taste the same way again. Buy fresh ricotta and best quality grana padano cheese to make this...
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Oktoberfest recipes

Soak up those steins with hearty German fare. Think pretzels and sauerkraut, sausages and schnitzel, plus Black Forest cake for dessert.

Germans love their schnitzel. It's served year round and tastes just as delicious in a beer garden on a balmy summer’s night as in a snowed-in cosy cottage up in the...
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The exact origin of the recipe for this layered chocolate, cherry and kirsch cake is unclear, but one thing is for sure: it's a culinary challenge everyone...
There is no party in Germany that doesn't feature herring salad on the table. It's typical for Hamburg, where it's often served between Christmas and New Year. It...
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Traditional laugenbrezeln are dipped in a lye (sodium hydroxide) solution, which gives the pretzels their dark brown, smooth glaze and slight crunch. As lye is...
A hearty and comforting meal any meat lover will quickly take to. Instead of veal, you could also use beef and pork.
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