Delight your loved ones with one of our Austrian-style strudels. Delicate, flaky filo pastry is filled with sweet fruits, crunchy nuts and creamy ricotta for the ultimate dessert. From a classic apple and cinnamon combination to a stonefruit recipe perfect for summer, you're sure to find something to love here. Just serve with a big scoop of ice-cream for a delicious treat.
Make the most of Australia's bumper mushroom season with this delicious dish. Featuring tasty, homemade pumpkin gnocchi stirred through with sauteed mushrooms and a mouth-watering dried shiitake mushroom and sage butter sauce, it's sure to be a hit at dinner time.
Yiayia's lemon soup just not cutting it this year? We have you covered! Switch up your Christmas feast with our versions of those traditional recipes you're likely to find on an Orthodox Christmas spread. From Serbian cabbage rolls, known as "sarma", to an impressive stuffed goose, popular among our Russian friends, we have everything you need to complete your festive meal. Whichever denomination you belong to, you're sure to find a recipe that works for you. Merry Christmas!
Often served thinly sliced in a rich, creamy sauce, veal is one of the most tender cuts of red meat available. Here, we've shared our favourite ways to cook with it, from hearty casseroles and homemade pies, to meatloaf and spinach-stuffed involtini rolls. Opt for our Chinese-braised veal shoulder, or try a Hungarian-style goulash, topped with herb and cheese dumplings. Whatever appeals to you, you'll find everything from messy comfort food to refined dinner party recipes in this collection.
Whether you're hosting a retro-themed dinner party or you just feel like taking your family on a trip down memory lane, these timeless recipes are worth holding onto. We've got all the classic savoury starters like prawn cocktails and easy-to-make cheese balls. There's also main meal ideas like our beef Wellington recipe and traditional quiche Lorraine. Then, finish up with one of our old-school desserts... Black forest cake or chocolate bombe Alaska, anyone? Let's get cooking.
It's great to have the kids home for a few days, but it's pretty easy to run out of ideas to keep them entertained. Luckily, little ones seem to love getting involved in the kitchen, and letting them help out with the food prep is a great way to keep them busy. We've put together a collection of simple, tasty recipes that the kids will have a ball with over the holidays!