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ANZAC Weet-Bix Cookies

ANZAC Weet-Bix Cookies


 These biscuits are perfect for a lunchbox treat or afternoon tea, they can be whipped up in no time and taste delicious!

 Ingredients

  • 4 Weet-Bix
  • 1/2  Cup Self raising flour
  • 1/2 Cup of oats
  • 1/2 cup Desiccated coconut
  • 1/2 cup coconut sugar
  • 1/4 cup Rice malt syrup
  • 110g Butter

Directions

Preheat oven to 190 degrees.

Line a large tray with baking paper.

Pop the Weet-Bix, oats and coconut into a food processor and blitz for a few seconds until it resembles a rough crumb texture.

Add Weet-Bix mixture to a large bowl with flour and combine well.

Add butter, rice malt syrup and coconut sugar to a bowl and microwave for one minute on high, stir well and add to dry ingredients.

Make sure ingredients are well combined.

Roll into approx 1” balls and place on tray. Press down firmly to form a cookie shape.

Pop in the oven for 15 minutes until slightly brown.

Removed from oven and set to cool. They will feel soft but they will firm up as they cool.

Store in an air tight container.

 Makes 12 

TIPS:

You can replace rice malt syrup with normal syrup or honey as both work fine.

If you don't have coconut sugar you can use brown sugar.

 

 

 

 

 

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No bake 3 Ingredient Tim Tam Slice

No bake 3 Ingredient Tim Tam Slice

This No Bake Tim Tam Slice would have to be one of the easiest slices you will ever make. I make this often for family events, It literally takes 5 minutes to make and honestly it takes less than five minutes to be eaten as everyone loves it!  < Warning you won't be able to stop at one.

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4 Ingredient Banana Cupcakes!

4 Ingredient Banana Cupcakes!

These 4 Ingredient cupcakes are really quick and easy to make and perfect for afternoon and morning tea. This is a recipe that is really easy for the kids to make as well!

Ingredients

  • 3 Ripe bananas mashed
  • 3/4 cup brown sugar
  • 2 eggs
  • 3 cups Self raising flour

Method

Preheat the oven to 180 degrees.

Beat the eggs and sugar together.

Add the mashed banana and mix well.

Stir in the flour until combined well.

Line a muffin tray with 12 cupcake cases.

Cook for approx. 35 minutes until the tops are golden.

Slice and enjoy!

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No Bake Lemon Slice!

No Bake Lemon Slice!

 

This is my hubbies favourite slice, so it never lasts long in our house.

 

I must admit I like the tangy slices better then the chocolate slices, something about the balance of sweet and sour that I love in this slice!

 

Ingredients:

 

Base:

 

1 Packet of  Granita biscuits

 

1/ 2 Tin of condensed milk

 

1oo grams of butter

 

1 Cup of shredded coconut

 

Icing:

 

4 Tablespoons of lemon icing

 

2 Cups of icing sugar

 

20 grams of soft butter

 

 

Method:

 

Blitz biscuits in a Thermomix or food processor to a fine crumb.

 

Melt the butter and Condensed milk in the microwave for approx. one minute.

 

Add the coconut, and condensed milk mix to the biscuit crumbs and stir through

 

Place the mixture onto a tray lined with baking paper.

 

Push the crumb mixture in firmly to the tray making sure an even consistency across.

 

Pop in the fridge for 1-2 hours

 

In the mean time combine all icing mixture ingredients to a bowl and mix with an electric mixer.

 

Once slice has set in the fridge, take out and spread icing mixture across the top of the slice.

 

Pop back in the fridge for 3 hrs. and let set.

 

Slice and enjoy!

 

Serves 12

 

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100 Cookies From 4 ingredients!

100 Cookies From 4 ingredients!

We made these cookies to leave out for Santa this Christmas, they were super easy for the kids to make and you can freeze the dough that you don't use for another time. Add what you like as toppings, choc chips, m&ms etc yum!

Ingredients

500g butter

1 can condensed milk 

1/3 cup white sugar

5 cups Self Raising flour

 

Instructions

1. Preheat oven at 180C

2. Line 2 large trays with baking paper.

3. Cream sugar and butter.

4. Add condensed milk and continue to cream.

5. Slowly add the flour to the mixture until fully combined.

6. Divide mixture into4 – 6 different portions depending on how many different flavour biscuits you want to make.

7. Add the different ingredients to each portion eg, nuts, chocolate chips, jam etc.

8. Roll into approx 3/4 inch balls and place on trays, flatten slightly. Place a couple cm apart as they will expand when cooking.

9. Bake for 12 minutes until biscuits are golden in colour. Biscuits may be soft to touch when you take them out of the oven but don’t worry they firm up as they cool. 10. Let cool and enjoy!

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Baileys & Tim Tam Ice cream Slice

Baileys & Tim Tam Ice cream Slice

Ok so this dessert is pretty naughty but since it's the silly season we think the calories can be excused ha! < I have heard if you eat it with your eyes closed that the calories don't go to your hips lol

This dessert is absolute adult indulgence, not only is it delicious but you don't have to share it with the kids due to alcohol in it < win win!

 

Ingredients

1 Litre good quality vanilla ice cream.

1 packet of Tim Tams crushed

250 mils of Baileys

1/2 Block Cadbury Chocolate melted.

 

Method

Line a 30cm tray with baking paper.

Let the ice cream sit out of the freezer until just starting to melt, then pop it into a large mixing bowl.

Add the Baileys and mix with a mix master until just combined, it's important that the ice cream is soft not fully melted.

Add the Tim Tams and stir through, you want it to be quite rustic.

Add the melted chocolate and stir through, you want it to be streaky through the ice cream so you get full on flavour hits, you don't want the ice cream to turn to chocolate, you want chocolate pieces through it. make sure the chocolate is not hot when you pour it in.

Pop mixture onto the tray and press firmly so that each corner is filled and it is levelled.

add another piece of baking paper onto the top and press down, so that it doesn't get icicles on it.

Pop in the freezer and let set for approx 6 hours.

Slice and enjoy!

pour more Bailey's over it if you wish.

Serves 12

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Easy Anzac Balls!

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If you love Anzac cookies you will love these, they taste very similar only a little sweeter!

 

The mixture is quite crumbly, simply press firmly to form into balls.

 

 

You will need:

 

1 Cup desiccated coconut

 

1 Cup Rolled oats

 

1 1/2 cups dates

 

2 tbs Coconut oil

 

1/2 Cup rice malt syrup.

 

 

 

Let's put them together:

 

Pop all the ingredients into a food processor or Thermomix and blend until a fine mixture forms.

 

Roll the mixture into approx 1 inch balls.

 

Pop in the fridge to firm a little before eating.

 

Makes 16

 

 

 

Tip: You can also toast the oats first in the oven with some cinnamon for a different crunchier flavour!

 

 

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Yummy Chocolate And Zucchini Slice!

Yummy Chocolate And Zucchini Slice!

 Chocolate and Zucchini slice, it may not sound appealing but let me tell you it is delicious, great for school lunch box treats!

 

Ingredients

 125 grams softened butter

 1 cup applesauce

 3/4 cup rice malt syrup ( you can sub for sugar of your choice)

 2 1/2 cups self raising flour

 3 cups finely grated zucchini

 1 teaspoon cinnamon

 1/2 teaspoon all spice

 1/2 teaspoon of salt

 1/4 cup coco powder

 1 teaspoon vanilla bean paste

 1/2 cup plain Greek yogurt

 3 eggs

 

Method

 Preheat oven to 170 degrees

 Line a 25cem cake tin with baking paper

 Beat the butter, rice malt syrup and applesauce together. 

Add in one egg at a time and keep beating.

Add the flour and combine well.

Add all other ingredients and mix well.

The mixture should be wet enough to pour into the cake tin, if ts to wet add a little more flour, if its to dry add a little milk.

Bake for 30 - 45 minutes until it starts to firm up.

Allow to cool and slice.

You can add drizzled chocolate over the top if you like.

Tip: we also add macadamia nuts, peanuts and chocolate chips to make different variations.

Would you give this a go?

 

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Top foods to boost kids' brain power!

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It’s no secret that growing kids need lots of love and attention. But it’s not just their bodies that are growing and developing at a rapid rate, their brain is too.

That’s why it is so important to keep children active, healthy and engaged in learning. It’s not just about a balanced diet to keep their bodies healthy and growing, certain foods are good for their brain’s development too.

“Similar to the body, the brain absorbs nutrients from food which assist in development,” says Dr Ryan Harvey of House Call Doctor. “The childhood years are a critical time for brain development, focus and cognitive skills.”

There are certain foods which can offer great support for little minds and boosting brain power:

 

  1. Salmon

    “Fatty fish like salmon is rich in omega-3 fatty acids,” says Dr Harvey. “These are essential for brain growth and function.”

    Try sneaking salmon into salads, sandwiches, sushi or just pan fried.

  2. Egg

    “Eggs are a great snack packed full of protein and choline,” says Dr Harvey. “This is a nutrient which helps with memory development.”

    So keep those boiled egg and Vegemite soldiers coming! Eggs are a great snack to have on their own or on a wholemeal sandwich.

  3. Berries

    Not just a pretty colour, berries can help improve memory and are a rich source of vitamin C and antioxidants.

    “Strawberries, cherries, blueberries and blackberries are a great source of fuel for kids brains,” says Dr Harvey. The richer the colour the more nutrition lays within.

    Add them to a smoothie, eat them on their own or blend them with greek yoghurt to make your own frozen yoghurt ice blocks. 

  4. Oats

    A winter breakfast favourite in most households, oats provide an excellent source of energy. “Oats are a great source of fibre, vitamin E, B and zinc,” says Dr Harvey. “They are a great food to help the brain function optimally throughout the day,” says Dr Harvey.

  5. Peanut butter

    Peanut butter is a childhood favourite of many and it turns out peanuts are actually packed with vitamins E and thiamin. “Vitamin E is an antioxidant that helps protect nerve membranes,” says Dr Harvey.

    So not only is it a delicious snack that most kids won’t put up a fuss about eating, it is beneficial to brain development too. Either on a sandwich or as a dip for fruit and vegetables, the more the better.

  6. Vegetables

    Colourful vegetables are an excellent source of antioxidants which help keep brain cells healthy. Particularly tomatoes, sweet potatoes, pumpkin, carrots and spinach are full of antioxidants.

    “Fresh vegetables are not only a great source of nutrients for brain health but a regular intake is fundamental to overall health and wellbeing of adults and children alike,” says Dr Harvey.

  7. Dairy

    Yoghurt, milk and cheese are go-to snacks for many kids. Luckily they are just as good for you as they taste.

    “Dairy products are full of B vitamins, vitamin D, proteins and carbohydrates which are essential for brain tissue, neurotransmitters and enzymes,” says Dr Harvey.

  8. Lean Beef

    Lean beef is a rich source of iron which is essential for energy production, helping kids focus during the day.

    “Beef is also a great source of zinc, which aids in memory,” says Dr Harvey.

 

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Balinese Spice Paste - Great For Chicken!

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I recently visited Bali and while I was there I took a few cooking classes, the food is amazing and I wanted to learn how to make it for myself. I have used this recipe over and over since being home and find it great for stuffing the skin of chicken, in curries and I have even used it in rissoles and patties. The best part is you can  make it in advance and then freeze it in ice cube trays and freeze. I used 2 cubes of the curry per 500 grams of chicken. I love that you can experiment and add this paste to a lot of different recipes. You can get most of the ingredients from a green grocer or asian / indian food store.

 

Ingredients:

350gr shallots peeled and sliced

190gm fresh garlis

75 grams Kencur washed and sliced.

90 grams Galangal

25 grams Candlenuts crushed or raw pea nuts.

30 grams Palm sugar, chopped

100 mills Coconut or vegtable oil

3 stalks Lemon grass, bruised

4 Salam leaves or fresh kaffir lime leaves

375 mills water

1 tablespoon salt

 

Method:

Combine all ingredients except for leaves , lemon grass, water and oil into a food processor or stont morter and grind until smooth.

Place all ingredients into a presure cooker, Bring ingredients to a simmer.

Pressure cook on gauge pressure bar 1 /15 psi for 30 minutes, start timiing when full pressure is reached.

Let cool for 20 minutes.

Cool in fridge over night.

Spread into ice cube trays and add to freezer.

Store in air tight bag.

Use as you like, lasts approx 3 minths in freezer.

 

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Delicious Chocolate Chip Cookies!

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There is nothing better than freshly cooked cookies especially  ones loaded with chocolate. I love that this cookie recipe is great eaten warm and cooled.

 

Ingredients

1/2 cup White sugar

1cup packed brown sugar

1oo gram butter softened

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

2 1/2 cups self raising flour

1 Egg

1 teaspoon baking powder

1/2 teaspoon salt

2 1/2 cups chocolate chips

 

Method

Preheat oven to 180 degrees,

Mix all ingredients in a large bowl, yep its that easy!

Roll out about 2 inch balls and place on a lined baking tray, don't put them to close together as they expand as they cook and will go into each other.

Bake for 10 minutes until slightly golden, take them out and let them cool, they will firm up as they cool.

Enjoy!

 

 

 

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What's All The Hype With Marley Spoon?

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I had seen Marley Spoon advertised on the Net and also have had friends and work collegues rave about them, but to be honest I am not really one that likes food being delivered, I much prefer to pick my own produce and know that I am getting exactly what I want, I've tried ordering groceries on line before and it just doesn't work for me. So when we were asked to try out Marley Spoon I was a little sceptical, I knew it would be great to have food delivered to my door with full instructions on how to make the meal, the convenience side I was really looking forward to but I wasn't sure about not picking my own produce.

I decided we would try out 2 of their meals , the process was really easy I simply went on line and selected the 2 meals I wanted and for a family of 4.

The box arrived on the Monday Morning and the first thing that surprised me was the fact that both meals had their own separate labelled bag along with a beautiful printed out recipe card. Now this might not be big for some, but occasionally if I arrive home late from work my husband needs to cook and the fact that the herbs and veggies are separated into the right recipes makes a big difference. I asked my husband to buy a cauliflower once and he bought home a cabbage lol He has also bought home Thai basil when I asked for sage, so the fact that everything is in the one bag makes it easy for a beginner cook as well. The protein and cheese was packed in a separate bag with an ice block to keep it cool.

The first night we had this Chilli Basil Beef the flavours where amazing the balance of sweet, sour and heat were amazing, I only used one of the Chilli's as my kids don't like overly hot food. This meal was huge, there are 4 of us and we all ate it and then I also put left over's in 3 containers for hubbies lunches, my kids are 5 and 7 so there may not be left over's if you have teenagers. I was surprised at the size though. My husband messaged me today from work and said it even tastes good cold < winning! The kids ate it too!

The following night we had this Parmesan Chicken Schnitzel and OMG the chicken was so tender and a tip squeezing lemon over it once cooked takes it to a whole new level. Again there was more then enough We got 7 pieces of chicken out of the fillets and was left with 2 left over which the kids had for lunch the following day. The coleslaw was a perfect balance of crispiness and tang. I also think this would be perfect in a bread roll on a Friday night watching the footy or even pre cooked and taken to a picnic. This was so delicious and one that I will be trying again.

I see a lot of value in what Marley Spoon are doing, I love that you can keep the recipe cards and repeat the same recipe down track, I love that it encourages your other half to cook and they have healthy options. I also love that it doesn't take the enjoyment out of cooking, you still get to dice and mix and enjoy the whole process. I also think it's great for entertaining not just to save time, but easy to put together a quick meal that you cooked with very little effort. But most of I love that the ingredients were actually better quality then I am use to and that's a big tick for me.

I was sceptical to start with but I will most defiently be using Marley spoon in the future even if it's just for a couple of meals during the week. I guess you could say I see what all the hype is about now :)

Marley Spoon have been lovely enough to give our followers $35.00 off your first order simply click here and order. There are plenty of meals to choose from!

 

 

 

 

 

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How To Make The Perfect Cheese Toastie!

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Is there anything better the perfect Cheese toastie? Personally I never buy a toastie when I am out and about as they just don't compare to what I can do at home.

You can use the cheeses you like, I find a soft or spreadable cheese a long with a tasty or mozzarella work well, if you like a stronger tasting cheese by all means use it.

I find that the secret is in the amount of butter you use, if you use to much you will have a soggy outside if you don't have enough you won't have that nice brown crunch on the outside.

 

Ingredients

Butter enough to spread to pieces of bread.

50 grams of Good quality Tasty cheese.

1 teaspoon of Bulla Crème Fraiche

2 good pinch's of pepper

1 pinch of salt

 

Method

Preheat a non stick frying pan on high.

Spread 2 pieces of white bread, you can use whatever bread you like. Make sure the butter is spread out evenly, not to thick and to the corners.

Turn bread over and spread the crème Fraiche on one piece.

Place one piece of buttered bread down on the hot pan then ad the slices of tasty cheese on it.

Add the salt and pepper.

Top with the other piece of bread making sure that the butter side is facing up.

Cook for 3- 4 minutes each side until you can see golden brown in colour and the cheese melting.

Take out and slice in half.

Enjoy!

Add a slice of ham or any other filling to change it up.

 

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How To Make The Perfect Hot Chocolate!

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With Winter well and truly here in Melbourne there is nothing better then cuddling up on the couch with a homemade hot chocolate. There are lots of different ways to make a great hot chocolate but this is the best way I have found.

 

Ingredients

500ml Full cream milk

80gm 70% cocoa chocolate, finely grated

40gm milk chocolate, finely grated

85ml cream

Pinch of salt

Pinch of cinnamon

Pinch of nutmeg

 

Method

Warm half the milk in a saucepan on medium heat and stir in the chocolate, stir until melted.

Whisk in the remaining milk and cream and stir well while it continues to heat.

Add the salt, nutmeg and cinnamon to the saucepan and whisk well, heat without it bringing to the boil.

Before pouring whisk quickly so that the milk froths up a little.

Pour into 2 mugs and enjoy!

 

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Gluten Free Chicken Curry Mini Rissole Bites!

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These Chicken bites are really easy to make and we have used them as a main meal, lunch box snacks and also in a pasta sauce as a substitute for meat balls. They are also great for party finger food.

 

Ingredients

250 grams chicken mince

1 cup drained and rinsed chick peas.

2/3 cup of rice crumbs < we use Casalare premium gluten free.

1/2 onion

1 carrot

Good pinch of salt and pepper

1 tablespoon curry powder

Oil for frying

 

Method

Add the onion and carrot to the a food processor and blitz well.

Add the chicken mince, chock peas, salt, pepper and curry powder and mix again.

Add rice crumbs and combine well.

Add chicken mince to a large bowl and add the onion mix to the bowl.

Add rice crumbs and combine well.

Roll into approx one inch balls,

Heat a large frying pan on high and add a little oil to cover pan.

Let cook until golden and crispy then turn over and cook on high for a further minute. Reduce heat to low and let them cook through.

Once cooked let rest on paper towel to remove any excess oil.

Enjoy!

Tip: You can add whatever spices you like to these!

 

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Apricot and Macadamia Balls!

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These are delicious as a treat and they freeze really well for lunch box snacks!

Ingredients

2 cups dried apricots

2 1/2 cups desiccated coconut

3/4 tin sweetened condensed milk

1 1/4 cups blitzed macadamia nuts

1 teaspoon melted coconut oil

Coconut to roll

Directions

  1. Blitz the macadamia nuts first on their own, then add to a bowl.
  2. then add the appricots and blitz well.
  3. Add condensed milk, coconut oil and coconut and mix through well.
  4. Chill for 30 minutes in the fridge (the mixture will be sticky).
  5. Roll into 1 inch balls and roll in coconut.
  6. Cover and refrigerate for 2 hours.
  7. Enjoy!

 

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Chocolate Mug Cake - ready in 3 minutes!

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If you are anything like me, once the kids are in bed and I am settling in for some me time in front of the TV, I start to crave something sweet and this chocolate Mug Cake does the trick. I love this dessert as I don't have to make a whole cake and eat a whole cake and its ready in 3 minutes < genius!

 You will need:

 Cake

  • 3 tablespoons self raising flour
  • 2 tablespoons sugar
  • 2 tablespoons cocoa
  • 1 egg
  • 2 tablespoons milk
  • 2 tablespoons oil

Icing

  • 4 Squares of Cooking milk chocolate
  • Dash of coconut oil < optional

Method

  1. Add dry ingredients to a large mug, and mix well.
  2. Add the egg and mix thoroughly.
  3. Pour in the milk and oil and mix well.
  4. Put your mug in the microwave and cook for 2 minutes on high, check your cake you may need another minute depending on your microwave, be careful not to overcook it or you will have a dry cake.
  5. The cake will rise over the top of the mug, this is normal.
  6. While the cake is cooking, work on your icing, add the chocolate into a microwavable bowl with a dash of oil, microwave on high for 20 - 35 seconds.
  7. Once cake is cooked pour chocolate over the top.
  8. You can flip the cake out into a bowl and eat with ice cream or cream or eat straight out of the mug.

Tip: Add a drop of peppermint oil or orange essence to change up the flavour :)

You can also use bottled caramel sauce for a quick alterntative!

 

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Spicy Chow Mein in Lettuce Cups!

Spicy Chow Mein in Lettuce Cups!

I think of this is as an alternative to tacos (which we love) but a little less carb heavy, and you can really pack the veg in this dish without the kids getting fussy.

I like quite spicy food, so if you don’t like too much heat then I would just add one teaspoon of chilli flakes to start and keep tasting as you cook, as no-one knows your families taste buds more then you.  I grew up on very hot food, so I had quite a few people test this dish for heat and so far, its had the thumbs up.

This dish is so very cheap and easy to do, you can freeze it (I would leave the noodles out, and boil those up just before serving).  This recipe serves 4-6 people, so if you are a family of four, well you will have some leftover for lunch the next day (Yum!).  This is also great when you unexpectedly have extras at your house for dinner, just plonk the mixture into the middle of the table and lay out the lettuce cups and let everyone serve themselves.  

 

Ingredients

500g of beef mince

1 bunch of finely sliced shallots

2 teaspoons of garlic

1 small packet of vermicelli noodles (or any noodles is fine)

1 teaspoon of ground chilli powder

2 teaspoons of chilli flakes

4 – 5 tablespoons of soy sauce

1 teaspoon of brown sugar

1 level teaspoon of sesame oil

1 & 1/2  level teaspoons of 5 Chinese five spice

1/2 iceberg lettuce

1/4 of finely sliced red cabbage

1 diced (small cubes) zucchini

1 diced (small cubes) carrot

Handful of fresh coriander (to serve)

1/2 red capsicum finely sliced (optional)

 

Method

Brown the mince in the sesame oil, add your spices, garlic and sauces and let simmer for 5 minutes, in the meantime boil up your noodles (they only take a minute or two) and drain.  Add your diced veg, let it cook for another 10 minutes.  Don’t overcook the veg, because you really do want that lovely crunchy texture through the dish.

Place into lettuce cups and serve. Don’t overfill the lettuce cups, because you want to bend it over the mixture almost like a roll when you bite into it.  

I added a few slices of fresh red capsicum on top for that extra crunch.

It’s that easy.

Enjoy!

 

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Easy Roasted Pumpkin & Pine Nut Risotto!

Easy Roasted Pumpkin & Pine Nut Risotto!

Who doesn't love a good Risotto? This is our no fail recipe that is bound to please even the fussiest eater, give it a go as an easy mid week meal!

 

Ingredients:

 1/2 a butternut pumpkin

2 cups of rice,

1 cup of peas

750g of pine nuts,

1 1/2 cups of water & Parmesan to taste.

 

Method:

  • Roast diced pumpkin for 30 minutes at 180.
  • In the meantime boil 2 cups of rice and peas.
  • Roast pine nuts in a seperate tray for 10 minutes before the pumpkin is done.
  • Once pumpkin has cooled, combine the pumpkin and water into a blender.
  • Drain rice and peas. A
  • Add together to form the risotto.
  • Sprinkle pine nuts and Parmesan on top to taste.
  • Enjoy!

 

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Zucchini and bacon slice

Zucchini and bacon slice

This Slice is super easy to make and great for school lunches,  It can be frozen to use at a later date. You can add whatever veggies you have in the fridge too!

Ingredients:

4 rashes of bacon,

2 grated zucchini

2 grated carrots

6 eggs

1/2 cup of milk

1 cup of cheese

1 teaspoon of mustard

1/2 cup of shallots

 

Method:

  • Fry shallots, and bacon in one pan.
  • Combine the zucchini, carrot, cheese, eggs, milk and mustard together in one bowl.
  • Once bacon & shallots has cooled mix through the rest of the ingredients.
  • Place in a oven proof dish and cook on 180 for 35 minutes
  • Slice and serve with a salad!

Serves 8 - 12

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