Dinner Party

Spinach dip cob loaf

This is one retro recipe that never goes out of style. The cheesy spinach dip has just the right amount of garlic and bacon bits to make this an instant hit at any party.

Australian Women's Weekly|Sep 06, 2019

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  • Dolmades

    A staple of Greek cuisine, dolmades are rich in flavour with pine nuts, sultanas, onions and rice wrapped in vine leaves and drizzled with lemon juice and olive oil.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Sep 02, 2019

  • Crêpes Suzette

    A true classic of French cuisine, Crêpes Suzette is a spectacular dessert, especially if you ignite the sauce at the moment of serving.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Aug 27, 2019

  • Baked rice custard

    You'll want to give this one last run before winter's out.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Aug 27, 2019

  • Veal parmigiana

    A classic Italian dish popularised in New York by Italian immigrants.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Aug 27, 2019

  • Blackberry parfait

    The quality of store bought meringue is excellent, and once smothered fresh blackberries, yoghurt and cream your guests won't know the difference. For a grown up version, splash a little blackberry liqueur such as crème de mûre for a boozy twist.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Jul 22, 2019

  • Raspberry and custard tea cake

    This moist and buttery tea cake, adorned with raspberries and almond flakes is a wonderful afternoon or after-dinner treat - especially with thickened cream.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Jun 24, 2019

  • Tuna mornay

    This tuna mornay recipe is a family favourite because it's so fast, easy and tasty make any night of the week!

    Australian Women's Weekly|May 26, 2019

  • Coq au vin

    Richly flavoured with bacon, mushroom, garlic, and wine - this authentic French stew is a classic winter warmer.

    Australian Women's Weekly|May 26, 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

  • Arancini with prosciutto and peas

    Arancini means 'little oranges' in Italian. These rice balls contain a delicious cheese filling and are an excellent finger food or light lunch with a salad.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Jan 20, 2019