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  • Hungarian goulash

    Is it a soup or is it a stew? Somewhere in between, we think. In any event, this Hungarian goulash (gulyás) is hearty, healthy and full of goodness and flavour. Mop up every morsel with fresh, crusty bread.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Yesterday 2:00pm

  • Dark chocolate croissant pudding

    This decadent bread and butter variation uses croissants and dark chocoalte for a truly indulgent treat.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Yesterday 2:00pm

  • Jam roll pudding

    The classic jam roll is a humble yet versatile cake. We have used it here to create a delicious pudding, perfect for cold winter evenings where special treats are mandatory.

    Test Kitchen|Yesterday 2:00pm

  • Impossible pie

    Everyone loves a quick-mix recipe. This one obligingly sorts itself out in the oven into three layers, hence its name.

    Australian Women's Weekly|May 31, 2020

  • Peach galette

    Thin, crisp pastry topped with succulent fresh peaches and apricot jam makes for a delectable dessert.

    Australian Women's Weekly|May 31, 2020

  • Pumpkin scones

    If you have any leftover cooked pumpkin, you're well on your way to a delicious plate of these traditional pumpkin scones. We've used a simple, basic recipe here. Sometimes the original really is the best.

    Australian Women's Weekly|May 31, 2020

  • Pineapple upside-down cake

    Upside down cakes make a fabulous and impressive dessert. Pineapple is caramelised on the bottom of the pan and the cake is flipped after cooking to produce the signature look.

    Australian Women's Weekly|May 31, 2020