Recipes

Australian Women's Weekly recipes, cakes and more.

Chorizo and capscium savoury bread pudding

No, there's no mistake. It is a bread pudding. But it's not a dessert. It's simply a delicious mixture of sourdough, chorizo, olives and mushrooms, all held together with cheese and eggs. Kind of like the best brunch you will ever have.

Australian Women's Weekly|Feb 13, 2019

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  • Turmeric dosa with green chilli potatoes

    These savoury pancakes originate from southern Indian cuisine, served here with deliciously spiced potatoes for a fibre-rich dinner or lunch. If making your own dosa, start this recipe 1 day ahead.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Feb 10, 2019

  • Vegan tiramisu

    This raw tiramisu recipe is a modern take on the classic tiramisu. Vegan, sugar-free, and dairy-free, this cake features the same creamy chocolate and coffee flavours you know and love. You will need to start this recipe 1 day ahead.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Feb 10, 2019

  • Grain-free coconut granola

    This grain-free granola recipe is a delicious, slightly sweet mix of delicious roasted nuts and and seeds. Perfect for followers of paleo and low-carb diets.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Feb 10, 2019

  • Banana, coconut & rosemary nice-cream

    This dairy-free 'nice' cream recipe is a delicious sweet treat featuring fragrant rosemary and honey for a simple and elegant dessert dish.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Feb 10, 2019

  • Gluten-free buckwheat waffles with golden syrup

    This gluten-free waffle recipe is a gorgeous way to start the day. Served with sweet golden syrup and fresh berries it doesn't get much better than this.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Feb 10, 2019

  • Vegetable lasagne

    This delicious vegetarian lasagne might start out as your Meat-free Monday inspiration but, believe us, it's just as good on Tuesday for lunch!

    Australian Women's Weekly|Feb 10, 2019

  • Pork fillet with caramelised apples and leek

    The classic pairing of pork and apple is given a contemporary spin with this simple midweek dinner recipe that feels like a hearty weekend feast.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Feb 06, 2019

  • How to make crème brûlée

    Translated literally, "crème brûlée" simply means "burned cream". And while that might be technically what's happening, we can't help but think this humble dessert benefited greatly from having a name with a little French flair.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Feb 05, 2019