It wouldn’t be an Aussie Christmas without these iconic recipes

As Aussies, we're celebrating Christmas time during the peak of our hot summer, and as a result we typically have a very different festive menu than other countries around the world.
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Here, we’ve pulled together a selection of some of the most popular Australian Christmas dishes, from grilled prawn cocktails to fruit-topped pavlovas.

You’ll find dessert recipes for our steamed macadamia pudding, layered Christmas trifle and choc-cherry bombe Alaska. Plus, delicious savoury mains like our herb-topped salmon, slow-roasted lamb shoulder and sweet glazed ham.

FROZEN MANGO Macadamia Crunch
August 31, 2009

Frozen mango macadamia crunch

Instead of brandy snaps, you could use ginger snap, butternut snap or honey snap biscuits. Note
By Women's Weekly Food
chickpea, barley, orange and cherry salad
April 30, 2009

Chickpea, barley, orange and cherry salad

To segment oranges, cut top and bottom from oranges with a small sharp knife. Cut remaining rind and white pith from oranges, following the curve of the fruit. Holding the oranges over a bowl, cut down both sides of the white membrane to release each segment. Squeeze membrane to release any juices into the bowl. […]
By Women's Weekly Food
apple, cherry and rosemary crumble
Quick & Easy
July 31, 2010

Apple, cherry and rosemary crumble

Coconut oil is a solidified oil sold in jars and is available from major supermarkets and health food stores. Melt coconut oil as you would butter, either in a small saucepan over low heat or in the microwave. Cherries are rich in vitamins and minerals as well as antioxidants. While fresh is best, if they […]
By Women's Weekly Food

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