This is the sort of dish where you have to eat with your hands! It's heaven on a plate.
Omelettes are fantastic for breakfast, but with spinach, mushrooms and blue cheese, this is equally good for lunch or dinner.
This version of babaganoush sounds unusual, but it’s absolutely delicious: the chocolate and eggplant together give a subtle, sweet, earthy smoky flavour.
Put a twist on the classic dippy eggs by serving them with fingers of the ultimate toasty cheese sandwich, made with three cheeses and relish.
This is also great for cooking on a barbecue - and you can do the same thing with other tropical fruit, such as papaya.
If you haven’t cooked with kangaroo before, I urge you to give it a go. These fillets are really lean and tender, so they only need a few minutes in the pan.
The sweet-salty flavours of this famous Thai dressing are great with fresh seafood.
Here's a great way to use turmeric, in this zesty chicken skewers.
This Mexican-style smoky dressing is also a great match for chicken.
This Thai-inspired salad shows how great Australian seafood is, and it's so quick to make.