I’m not always a believer in “healthy versions of” – they often end up tasting like cardboard! If you’re watching your waist, I don’t recommend making healthy chocolate cakes or cookies. The flavour will never match up to what you expect, and I’m afraid you might end up dissatisfied.
My personal preference is to eat these things less often, but do them properly – go hard with the butter and . . . → Read More: Super Healthy Superfood Dessert: Coconut Chia Pudding with Mango, as seen on The Morning Show
Here in Australia we still follow many food traditions from the cooler countries over Christmas serving glazed ham and turkey, but we have also adopted some new traditions making the Aussie prawn the star of many Christmas day feasts. One I’m sure our European friends are jealous about!
We are always looking for ways to bring our polish heritage together with the Australian Christmas, which is hard considering Poland . . . → Read More: Recipe: Polish “Kompot”, steeped fruit and spices with vodka, as seen on The Morning Show
We’ve come to the end of silly season and some us a probably feeling a little heavier than we did two weeks ago. Many of us will have a few new years resolutions to kick into gear, so we thought we’d will share a very simply but tasty summer salad that’s light and very healthy.
Chickpeas are a bit under utelised in Australian kitchens. You can either buy the . . . → Read More: Recipe: Simple Summer Chickpea Salad, as seen on The Morning Show
Beware! These wings are not for the faint hearted! They are packed full of flavour and are a perfect excuse to treat a special man in your life. That’s right, today we’re cooking DUDE FOOD! Dad’s, hubbys and bro’s will love these, and so will the gals!
You can use whole whicken wings for this recipe, just cut off the tips (save these for an amazing stock!) and separate . . . → Read More: Recipe: Beer BBQ wings with ranch sauce, as seen on The Morning Show
We love, love, love prawns, especially coming into the summer and party season. There are three main reasons why we love prawns, firstly because we have some of the best prawns in the world caught and farmed in Australia, secondly because of their versatility in cooking techniques and flavor pairings, and thirdly because they are just so damn delicious!
One our favourite ways to enjoy a prawn is on . . . → Read More: Recipe: Smokey BBQ Prawns with Chimmichurri Sauce, as seen on The Morning Show
As far as traditional Thai desserts go, there are few as authentic and old time as these Pandan Coconut steamed puddings. Served on nearly every street corner and restaurant they are a favourite among Thai people and now me! The subtle balance of sweet and salty, and the lightness of this Thai dessert means its can be enjoyed all day.
A good quality coconut cream and making your own . . . → Read More: Recipe: Steamed Pandan and Coconut Puddings, as seen on The Morning Show
Although brownies are a distinctly American tradition, there is no denying their universal appeal. Loved by children and adults alike, they are a café favourite across the world. From Singapore, to Sydney, to Amsterdam you’ll find these deliciously gooey squares of goodness almost everyhere.
So what makes a good brownie? I’ve been busy testing recipes on a very good American friend and have finally come up with “the best . . . → Read More: Recipe: Best Ever Brownies, as seen on The Morning Show
The sun is shining and party season has started! We’ve been very busy with catering this month, and everyone seems to be ordering (and falling in love with!) our oriental tuna tartare.
It’s a wonderful light, fresh, tasty and healthy way to cater for a cocktail party, especially if you want to avoid heavy deep fried foods. Much better than boring spring rolls that’s for sure!
It’s important to . . . → Read More: Recipe: Oriental Tuna Tartare with Black Sesame, as seen on The Morning Show
On my recent trip to Thailand I discovered the joys of Thai street food. One of the most common dishes served is a green papaya salad. In every row of food stalls you’ll find a little lady or man making this quick, delicious salad. Because it’s made in an oversized, wooden mortar and pestle, they often stand on a little step stool allowing them to pound and mix comfortably, . . . → Read More: Recipe: Authentic Thai Green Papaya Salad, as seen on The Morning Show
There are many stories as to where the name “crying tiger” for this dish comes from. Some say the sauce is so spicy that it could even make a tiger cry. Others think that the cut of beef used, if cooked incorrectly can be so tough that a tiger couldn’t chew through it. The story I like the most and probably the most accurate refers to the grill marks . . . → Read More: Recipe: Thai Crying Tiger Beef, as seen on The Morning Show