This classic winter soup is beautiful served hot off the stove-top with a generous drizzle of pure cream and some crunchy char-grilled baguettes. Comfort food has never been so quick, easy and surprisingly healthy.
These creamy vegetarian delights bring a gourmet twist to the traditional Aussie pie. Leek, potatoes and mushroom ooze from these pithiviers while puffed pastry melts in your mouth.
A simple dinner option when entertaining in the cooler months. It’s also a good one for batch cooking – freeze half for dinner another day.
Easy by name, easy by method.
Simple and satisfying bite-sized tarts featuring creamy brie and the sweetness of caramelised leek.
If preferred, char-grill your own capsicum by roasting until skin chars. Simply remove skin, seeds and membrane, and then use as directed. Note
You could use macaroni instead of risoni, if preferred. For extra flavour, add spices such as ground cumin or fennel. Note
Drizzled with a creamy chervil dressing, this easy dish makes an excellent brunch or lunch.
Perfect for a chilly winter’s night- the entire family will love this nourishing chicken and leek soup.
Best made just before serving; prawns can be prepared 6 hours ahead. Note
This slow-cooker chicken with leeks and artichokes is succulent and gorgeous served on a bed of mashed potatoes and drizzled with the cooking juices.
Simple, yet effective.
Baby leeks are sweeter and less stringy than the grown-up version. Braising them in this way gives them a beautifully soft texture. Serve alongside your next roast dinner with all the trimmings.