Recipes

Peach, Prosciutto & Goats Curd Salad

Peach, Prosciutto & Goats Curd Salad

Peach, Prosciutto & Goats Curd Salad by Jordan Theodoros Salad; 6 ripe peaches 12 slices prosciutto, finely shaved Woodside goats curd 2 raddichio, cut one of them into 6 wedges, wash and keep the other as it is 1 witlof 1 bunch rocket, washed and picked 1 bunch basil, leaves […]

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Silverbeet and Ricotta Canneloni

Silverbeet and Ricotta Canneloni

This is a bold, easy yet impressive pasta dish that children, big or small, will love to help you cook. The uncomplicated flavours will appeal to developing palates and even better you can find most ingredients at the market. Makes about 20 rolls. Filling silverbeet,  2 bunches ricotta, 400g eggs, […]

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Carrot & Red Lentil Dhal 

Carrot & Red Lentil Dhal 

This is a simple, everyday Indian dahl that can be served with naan bread and natural yoghurt. The earthy sweetness of the carrot works well with the lentils and would sit perfectly next to a spicy lamb curry. 400g grated carrot 1 cup red lentils 1ltr water ½ small onion, […]

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Delicious Pudding with a trio of Citrus

Delicious Pudding with a trio of Citrus

There are many, many recipes and techniques for this beautifully simple pudding and most keen cooks will have an old recipe in their repertoire as I do. The magic lies within the golden sponge topping which hides a creamy citrus sauce. Citrus is at its peak now, and with variety […]

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Shepard’s Pie with Cauliflower

Shepard’s Pie with Cauliflower

Even the word pie is comforting. But then, it would be hard to deny the delicious lure of braised beef with a cheesy, buttery topping of cauliflower and potato. It’s a gloriously healthy meal solution as it can be made ahead of time and served when everyone is too busy […]

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Red D’Anjou Pear poached in Cabernet Sauvignon

Red D’Anjou Pear poached in Cabernet Sauvignon

Mclaren Vale Orchards produce the fruit, wine and pistachios featured in this divine yet ridiculously simple recipe. Red D’Anjou pears are ideal because they hold their texture and flavour really well throughout cooking. The grapes that make the cabernet sauvignon are pesticide free and and are grown lean so that […]

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Fresh Pistachio and Pomegranate Salad

Fresh Pistachio and Pomegranate Salad

This stunning salad works just as well without the fresh pistachios – use the dried when they are not in season. Though, it must be pointed out that fresh pistachios are wonderful! They are just so pretty and their chewy texture works brilliantly within the salad. Serves 4. seeds from […]

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Granola with Mangrove Honey

Granola with Mangrove Honey

Making granola is incredibly easy and satisfying. It’s wonderful to have a big jar of it in the kitchen, to spoon over fruit and yoghurt, or to have as it is, by the handful, as a snack. Mangrove honey is a great choice because it has a uniquely rich and […]

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Pork Shoulder Braised in Apple Cider, Honey, Fennel, Fresh Herbs and Spices

Pork Shoulder Braised in Apple Cider, Honey, Fennel, Fresh Herbs and Spices

The thought of a succulent piece of pork shoulder, slowly braised in honey and apple cider, that falls apart on the fork is bliss! The pork’s natural fat yields a lot of flavour and also retains the moisture within the meat. If unavailable, a good substitute to shoulder is belly. […]

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Kohlrabi, Parsnip and Potato Gratin

Kohlrabi, Parsnip and Potato Gratin

With a mild flavour, similar to a sweet radish, the benefits of slow cooking kohlrabi are very satisfying. I love the balance of sweetness and textures in this dish and while the list of ingredients are simple, the gratin is packed full of flavour. Serves 8 400g each of kohlrabi, […]

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