Everyone loves burgers, and these pulled pork sliders will definitely be a hit! They are inspired by the home of passion fruit – Brazil, where they are often used to marinate meat. The acidity helps to break down the meat proteins, which is perfect for deliciously slow cooked pulled pork. You can make a large batch – as the pulled pork . . . → Read More: Recipe: Pulled Pork slider with Passionfruit Relish
We love Mexican food, and it can be unhealthy if you overload on the cheese and sour cream… but the truth is, in Mexico the food is actually very fresh, light and healthy. Luke and Scott from this years MKR did a great job with their chicken tacos in the food truck challenge, and we were invited to demonstrate this recipe . . . → Read More: Recipe: Chicken Tacos with Red Slaw and Spicy Yoghurt dressing, as seen on The Morning Show
During the war, the Anzac’s lived off some very basic rations. At times, rations were marginally more plentiful, and at other times they were very scarce.
The Anzac’s generally lived off tinned, salted and dried food. Quite common were Bully Beef (tinned corned beef), oats, plum jam, bread (so hard you had to break them with a bayonet!), and tea. . . . → Read More: Recipe: Anzac “Bully Beef” Sandwich, aka the Reuben, as seen on The Morning Show
My trip to Cuba last year was a real eye opener. They don’t have the luxury of expensive food products like we do in Australia, and government regulations seriously limit the choices available on shop shelves. It’s somewhat of a blessing in disguise as the Cubans have developed some delicious dishes based on some of the simplest ingredients around…
Throughout my travels . . . → Read More: Recipe: Cuban Rice with Black Beans
Sometimes Mexican food gets a bad wrap for being unhealthy – but these fish tacos (from the Baja region, not far from California) are light, healthy and deliciously moorish. You can use any firm fleshed white fish with a stronger flavour that can stand up to the spices. Try kingfish, bonito, mackerel, or mahi mahi. Our tortillas are made by a . . . → Read More: Recipe: Baja Fish Tacos
All kids love chips! We were never allowed to eat them, unless it was a special occasion. We distinclty remember getting severe bouts of “chip envy” at school, watching all the other kids devour cheese and bacon balls, burger rings and twisties.
However, not all chips are the same. The best option is plain old corn chips, and there are plenty of . . . → Read More: Recipe: Back to School: Home Made Salsa with Corn Chips, as seen in Food on Tap
Valentines Day is fast approaching, and there’s nothing more special than an edible gift from the heart. The rich dark red colour of these cupcakes make them perfect for Valentines, and the luscious cream cheese icing will have him or her begging for more!
Tune in to The Morning Show on Channel 7 this Thursday, for more valentines recipe ideas!
Red Velvet Cupcakes
Makes . . . → Read More: Recipe: Valentines Red Velvet Cupcakes
Fresh seafood is on everyone’s lips this Christmas, and who can resist the velvety texture of fresh Australian kingfish?
Raw fish dishes are usually associated with Japanese food (sashimi), but did you know that it’s also eaten by the Italians (carpaccio or crudo) and by the Mexicans (ceviche).
A Mexican ceviche is perfect for Christmas as it’s . . . → Read More: Recipe: Christmas Kingfish Ceviche, with love from Mexico! As seen on The Morning Show
Australia really is a lucky country. The sun is always shining, the people are always smiling and the food is a delicious melting pot of different cultures. Not a week goes by without sampling staples like pad see ew, chicken korma and of course sushi. Food trends seem to come, and never quite leave us. The Australian love affair with food . . . → Read More: Recipe: easy peasy mexican pulled pork, as seen on The Morning Show