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Christmas Leftovers Bread Bowl Sandwich (Muffuletta)

Here’s an epic way to use your Christmas leftover – make a toasted bread bowl sandwich! Based on a type of Italian sandwich called Muffulettas, these are currently all the rage in Sydney so you can feel very on trend!

Mini Christmas Cakes

Here's my classic Christmas cake converted into mini form! They look so great lined up on a platter to serve at a gathering, and are also ideal for gifting because they have a long shelf life. The cake is beautifully moist, rich with dried fruit, perfumed with Christmas spices

Banh Mi ! (Vietnamese sandwich)

Banh Mi is a Vietnamese sandwich that’s made up of an odd sounding combination – crusty bread rolls smeared with pate, mayo, suspicious looking Asian ham, pickled vegetables, green onion, coriander/cilantro, a mighty wack of fresh chillies and drizzle of seasoning.

Kedgeree – British curried rice and fish

Traditional English smoked fish and rice dish – think of it as an English biryani! Smoked haddock or cod tossed through a butter spiced rice studded with eggs, this is true fusion food at its best.

Sizzling Ginger Steamed Fish

Named as such because the ginger and green onion topping sizzles dramatically when you pour hot oil over oven steamed fish! An incredibly simple way to make a healthy steamed fish recipe a whole lot more exciting with fresh Asian flavours.Squidge every bite of fish very well in the sauce before eating. The sauce is […]

Spicy Korean Noodle Soup (quick & healthy)

For all those times you need a spicy Asian noodle fix – FAST! This packs a serious flavour punch. The secret is the juices from the kimchi jar and a good dollop of gochujang, that magical spicy Korean paste you can get "everywhere" these days. To add protein, cook raw prawns/shrimp or fish pieces in the […]

Pea and Bacon Soup

This fresh soup is made with smoked bacon and frozen garden peas. The addition of watercress, spinach or rocket gives it its vibrant colour and the bacon helps to give the soup loads of flavour.

Ham, Bean and Vegetable Soup

This hearty soup is a great way of making use of your leftover ham. Not only is it quick but it’s also so easy. Throw in whatever beans you have in the press (cannellini, haricot, kidney) and you’re sure to have the perfect bowl of comfort food.