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
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
For most people, autumn is usually a dreaded time of year, mainly because it the precursor to winter. But if you’re a mad foodie like we are, then autumn means mushrooms. We took Maeve O’Meara from SBS food safari on a Polish safari – to the pine forests of NSW’s southern highlands.
Mushroom foraging is a deeply rooted Polish tradition, and goes . . . → Read More: Recipe: Pine Mushrooms on Toast, for SBS Food Safari with Maeve O’Meara
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
Don’t deny it. You know you love it. Retro food is awesome! And nothing beats a great prawn cocktail. It’s our family favourite, and goes off with a bang at cocktail parties catered by Sammy and Bella Catering where we garnish it with gorgeous amber hued balls of fresh salmon roe.
The secret to a great prawn cocktail has to be the sauce. . . . → Read More: Recipe: Old School Prawn Cocktail with Smokey Island Sauce
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
Where to begin? Mussels are probably one of our favourite foods of all time. We love them cooked classically with white wine & garlic or tomato & chilli, and the best bit has to be the “mop up” of all the delicious juices. We love to tear off bits of bread and let them soak in the sauce for a minute . . . → Read More: Recipe: Mussels with Smoked Pancetta and Cider
Have you ever heard that pasta makes you fat? Carb conscious do gooders may have all the right intentions when it comes to spreading rumours like these, but the truth is very different. You CAN enjoy pasta every day and stay healthy!
In Italy, pasta is eaten every single day as part of a meal, not the meal itself. So the portion . . . → Read More: Recipe: Fresh Fettucini with Authentic & Healthy Carbonara Sauce, as seen on The Morning Show
This is our delicious mediterranean version of a classic English fish pie. It’s full of rich and decadent flavours and fresh seafood, making it the perfect comfort food for a night in.
Seafood and saffron “pie” with panko crust
25g Bertolli Extra Virgin Olive Oil
25g unsalted butter
½ leek, white part only
1 small clove garlic
1 tsp salt
1 Tbsp Leggo’s Tomato Paste
3 tsp Gourmet . . . → Read More: Recipe: Seafood Saffron Pie with Panko Crust, as seen at the Good Food and Wine Show
Getting kids clean, dressed, fed and out the door in time for school each day can be difficult. It often means that the school lunch box is left full of pre packaged, high sugar snacks rather than healthy and nutritional food.
One of our quickest and easiest lunch box fillers is a pastry scroll. We have three favourite flavours; sundried tomato, herb, . . . → Read More: Recipe: Back to School Pastry Scrolls, 3 ways, as seen on The Morning Show