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.

Harissa is one of Morocco’s great gifts to the culinary world. Teamed with ras el hanout, a Moroccan spice blend, you have a punchy meat rub with only two ingredients....
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...
Popular in Middle Eastern and North African cuisines, freekeh has a deliciously nutty flavour, with a texture similar to brown rice. Cracked freekeh cooks in half...
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...
Chilaquiles are a breakfast staple across Mexico. It makes use of leftover tortillas, which are fried till crisp, then simmered in a spicy tomato salsa. It's what...

In season: Apples

Whether baked into a comforting apple crumble or sliced atop a crisp winter salad, apple rocks both the savoury and sweet world with its tart magic.

Whether it's the combination of warm spiced apple encased in buttery, crisp pastry layers or the fact they're the ultimate comfort food, there is no denying that apple...
“I used local Callington Mill Organic Rolled Oats and Speyton Fresh Apple Juice to make this big bowl of warm porridge that’s perfect on Sunday mornings. I...
This salad looks beautiful served on one large platter or try serving individual bowls of salad in a selection of pretty side dishes.
With its shortbread-like base, tart apple filling and crunchy crumble topping, this is a slice that you eat with a fork or spoon, not your fingers. It's more...
Popular and versatile, pork is a favourite amongst the Dutch. This traditional recipe uses rhubarb, apple cider and chilli to offset the richness of the pork. Use...
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Pastry ace: Savoury tarts

Kale and walnut, chicken and asparagus, or a classic tomato and cheese – there are countless combinations when it comes to savoury tarts.

Quinoa is a kind of cereal that's been the core food of Andean countries in South America for hundreds of years. In the last 15 years, it was discovered that the...
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We grow a lot of our own garlic, but there’s a window where the stuff in the ground doesn’t have big fat bulbs and the garlic from last year has sprouted. Then we...
Onion tart is served in the southern part of Germany at wine festivals. To achieve the perfect flavour use smoked speck, rather than bacon.
This dazzling tart isn't hard to sell. Source beautiful tomatoes and you're halfway there.

Vegetarian: Soups and stews

Ward off the winter chills with a nourishing bowl of goodness and, while you're at it, take a peek at our bountiful collection of vegetarian bites.

This easy-to-whip-up sweet potato soup will seduce you with its refreshing Thai twist.
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Kesmek means “to cut” in Turkish – a reference to the noodles in this soup, which are cut by hand. This hearty dish is perfect for the region’s harsh winters. It...
This is a truly balanced meal in a saucepan, but it does require some planning and time to cook. The wheat berries give this soup a great chewy texture and can be...
This stew is a perfect example of the humble food I often eat. If you are someone who doesn’t have a lot of time to mess about in the kitchen, this is the stew...
Here are 50 of our favourite vegetarian recipes, from pea and ricotta fritti to cauliflower cheese.
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Sweet treat: Puddings

Smooth, saucy and satisfyingly warm, add pizzazz to your puddings with these rice, chocolate, semolina and bread 'n' butter varieties.

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Rice pudding is a winter comfort all over the globe. In Portugal, it’s called arroz doce and, in France, it’s known as riz au lait. This version, served with...
I like to add Medjool dates to this well-loved classic. They add sophistication and richness. It’s a great way to use up leftover brioche too. For a variation,...
Inspired by North America’s pumpkin pie, this crust-less pumpkin pudding has no butter, cream or sugar, making it pure pleasure without the guilt. And, as the...
Traditionally halwa is eaten in Northern India during winter, where it is made using the red carrots that the region is famous for, while in Southern India, they...
Chocolate nirvana here we come! It's everything you expect from a chocolate pud and a whole lot more.

Bite-sized

Not snacks, but bits and bobs about what we're eating (or thinking about eating) at SBS HQ.

16 OMG meals for the part-time vegetarian

Flirting with vegetarianism is cheap, colourful, and generally leaves you feeling like you've done yourself a solid. We've harvested our most impressive meat-free...

Why the French do it best

We've gobbled our fair share of tacos, and slurped pho with the best of 'em, but when it comes to a special occasion, French cuisine still wins out. Forget the...

Why banning the booze will win you friends

If you've ditched the drink for Dry July, bars probably aren't your number one priority. Don't fall out of the social scene, invite friends over to yours for a...

4th of July dishes that aren't fried chicken

We're the first to put our hands up for fried chicken, but come Fourth of July, we're swapping drumsticks for corn dogs, and gettin' down with our Yankee slang.

9 ways to get your bacon on

The simple word "bacon" sparks so much excitement, it can render a person speechless (usually salivating), hopelessly craving that salty, fatty, porky goodness....
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TV recipes

Did one of our food shows leave you with a mighty craving? Replicate Luke's coconut-braised pork ribs or Peter's cashew nut curry tonight.

In Luke Nguyen’s Vietnam, the popular chef explores the country of his heritage, cooking up an abundance of recipes from this much-loved cuisine, such as banh mi, rice...

Food Safari recipes

Maeve O'Meara visits countless cuisines, taking you into kitchens and restaurants across the nation to learn new recipes from hatted chefs and passionate home...

My Family Feast recipes

My Family Feast celebrates Australia's cultural hotpot, with families from different cultural backgrounds inviting chef Sean Connolly into their homes, teaching...

Luke Nguyen's France recipes

Luke's passion for food leads him to France, the culinary wonderland that has shaped his ancestral home, Vietnam, and the lives of so many in his family.

My Sri Lanka recipes

Join acclaimed chef, Peter Kuruvita as he leads an intimate journey through the rich cultural and culinary diversity of his ancestral home, Sri Lanka.