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Butter Chicken and Almond Seekh Kebab with Mango Chutney Yoghurt, for Pataks

Seekh kebabs are a North Indian/Pakistani dish with ties to middle eastern cookery - spiced ground meat is threaded onto skewers and cooked over a charcoal BBQ. It's fantastic street food - especially delicious wrapped up in a naan bread with some sauce. This is a really easy chicken and [...]

By |June 10th, 2017|

Sammy’s home made Sauerkraut

  Sauerkraut has been sneaking its way back into our kitchen and meals with the fermented foods revolution. This revolution was brought back on in my opinion by kraut master Sandor Katz, who has been nicknamed Sandorkraut. You can read about him here: http://www.wildfermentation.com/who-is-sandorkraut/ For Bella and I our interest [...]

By |May 26th, 2017|

Bella’s Bush Tomato and Tasmanian mountain pepper relish

Using Australian natives doesn’t mean eating witchetty grubs! In fact, there is a plethora of native spices which you can use to jazz up your every day cooking.   Bush tomato, also known as Kutjera, comes from the desserts of the Northern Territory and South Australia. There are hundreds of [...]

By |May 6th, 2017|

Bella’s Pear, White Bean and Blue Cheese salad, as seen on The Morning Show

If you have diabetes it’s important to keep your blood glucose (or blood sugar – different words for the same thing) level within a fairly tight range. Not spiking your blood glucose levels may also help prevent type 2. This salad contains ingredients that promote stable blood glucose levels. Type [...]

By |April 29th, 2017|

Naan bruschetta, eggplant pickle, and Kachumber salad

Bread. It’s a staple dish, literally all over the world. The fantastic thing about bread is that it’s a flavour carrier, so you can put almost anything on it and take your taste buds on a journey to anywhere: from a Vietnamese bahn mi, to a French croque madame, to [...]

By |April 29th, 2017|

Korma Kale and Chickpea Fritters with Pataks Eggplant Pickle

  Corn fritters and zucchini fritters might have taken Aussie kitchens by storm, but did you know that they have been cooking fritters in India for years? “Pakora” are little fried snacks made from vegetables and chickpea flour. They are fried to crispy golden deliciousness, and our version, made with [...]

By |April 14th, 2017|

Bella’s Beef and Porcini Mushroom Sausage Rolls

This is a LUXURY sausage roll! Porcini mushrooms have an incredible flavour – and are the perfect pairing for delicious beef. So it’s just as important to buy best quality grass fed beef mince for this recipe. I quite like the Tamara Valley grass fed beef mince which I often [...]

By |March 7th, 2017|

Bella’s homemade truffle ketchup/tomato sauce

I just LOVE elevating every day foods, and one of my childhood favourites was tomato sauce – I used to eat it on white sliced bread with plenty of butter and nothing else! So is it tomato sauce, or ketchup? Well, that depends on where you are. The condiment made [...]

By |March 7th, 2017|

Sammy’s BBQ Lamb Chops with Syrian inspired Labneh – Australia Day Recipe

    Australia Day for us is all about remembering the early history of our country and also celebrating what now is a very diverse, welcoming and loving country. For many years Australia has welcomed many new cultures and people, and with them came an abundance of new traditions and [...]

By |January 24th, 2017|

Left over Christmas Thai Turkey salad as seen on Sunrise

Watch us demonstrate this dish on Sunrise HERE Christmas is officially over and we may still have a few items left lingering in the fridge from the festive season. Many of us would have over ate, drank and are probably sick of eating the typical Christmas foods. We have made [...]

By |December 30th, 2016|