As with many Italian baked dishes and dessert, this castagnaccio is classically made with olive oil, which adds moisture and is much healthier than using butter. This is the second recipe in our series of Bertolli olive oil recipes for Taste of Sydney, and really showcases a healthy and delicious gluten free dessert made with olive oil.
Just like all the best . . . → Read More: Recipe: Castagnaccio, Tuscan Chestnut Cake, for Bertolli at Taste of Sydney
Cauliflower is such a delicious vegetable, and we just love the bright flavour of this soup which combines both cooked and fresh caulflower and some delicate and fragrant spices. Cauliflower tends to get overcooked all the time, releasing a sulforous smell which can be a bit unappealing. Make sure you cook it till it’s just tender.
A couple of weeks ago, our . . . → Read More: Recipe: Spiced cream of cauliflower soup, as seen in Womans Day
The chill is starting to set in and a soul warming bowl of porridge is definitely on the cards.
This porridge is super healthy, gluten free and full of natural superfoods – making it the perfect start to a healthy day. Although oats and other wholegrains are good for you, quinoa is much, much better. It’s actually a seed which is incredibly . . . → Read More: Recipe: Quinoa Porridge with sweet spiced pumpkin and activated almonds, as seen in Food on Tap
It’s time to celebrate Mum’s across the world, and what better way to treat her than with a delicious breakfast in bed? We asked our mum what her choice would be, and she said a mushroom omlette.
Omlettes have hardly any ingredients, and making them taste good depends on your skill and technique.
So what makes a good omelette? Firstly, we should note . . . → Read More: Recipe: Mum’s day brekkie in bed: Wild Mushroom Omelette
Today is our Dad’s birthday! In this life, he is Polish through and through, but in a past life I’m sure he was Vietnamese. His last supper would definitely be this Vietnamese caramel grilled pork, for which he drives to Cabramatta every week to devour.
It’s a fantastic dish for the bbq, and it’s choc a block full of flavour. We love . . . → Read More: Recipe: Vietnamese Caramel Grilled Pork with Nuoc Cham, as seen on The Morning Show
Wow, we can’t believe the finals of MKR are coming up so quickly! It takes us down memory lane, and we thought we’d share a recipe from our very last winning dish on MKR – Saffron and Olive Oil ice-cream.
The olive oil gives it a wonderfully viscous texture, and it takes a little longer to melt in your mouth - so . . . → Read More: Recipe: Saffron Olive Oil Icecream, for Bertolli @ Taste of Sydney
Have you heard of Australian Meat Free week? It’s all about raising awareness of factory farming of animals. We were shocked to learn that Australians are the 2nd biggest consumers of meat in the world, and it gave us some inspiration for a delicious vegetarian dish. For more info visit https://meatfreeweek.com
Vegetarian food definitely gets a bad wrap, and it’s often seen . . . → Read More: Recipe: Crispy Potato Cakes with Mushroom Sauce (placki ziemniaczane), as seen on The Morning Show
This month, we were very proud to represent Bertolli olive oil at Taste of Sydney, held in Centennial Parklands. The annual food and wine festival was full of sunshine, laughter, friends and family. It proved to be a fantastic day out for the droves of Sydney foodies who flooded in to taste food from our top restaurants, sample wine (and lots . . . → Read More: Recipe: Penang Loh Bak – Pork Rolls in Bean Curd Skin with Nori, for Bertolli @ Taste of Sydney
Last weeks chicken challenge on MKR was tough! It seems like the judging came down to how well the chicken itself was cooked. Mick and Matt struggled to make their chicken shine as the hero of the dish, while Angela and Melina’s chicken was dry. We really feel for the girls, as chicken breast is notorious for drying out and it . . . → Read More: Recipe: Pancetta Wrapped Chicken with Watercress Pesto, as seen on Sunrise
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