Five ingredients, five minutes and completely dairy-free, this delicious coffee-soaked raisin sundae is the perfect guilt-free way to celebrate summer. This recipe serves two so it's great for sharing, too!
MasterChef Australia 2017 finalist, Diana Chan, shares one of her favourite recipes, explaining, ‘I love this dish because it as an impressive and sophisticated looking dish with familiar flavours of strawberries and cream. There is also a wow factor to the dish and it's perfect for a date night.’
Screaming NSW sisters Kelsey and Amanda raised the bar for the round two contestants of My Kitchen Rules. The busy mums opted for home-cooked favourite spinach and ricotta ravioli for the entree, earning themselves a big tick from the judges. And, while their crispy skin snapper lacked, well, the crispiness, Pete and Manu were all smiles as they delivered their positive feedback. Finishing off with a perfect chocolate fondant, Kelsey and Amanda then skyrocketed to the top of the leaderboard with a score of 95. Loved their classic entertainers' menu? Here, we've gathered our best similar recipes for you to master, from spinach and ricotta pasta and burnt butter sauce to two ways with chocolate fondant. Enjoy!
This impressive-looking dessert is much easier to make than you think, and with only four-ingredients it creates the perfect easy dessert for a crowd. You'll need to start the day before you want to serve it to allow for freezing.
This indulgent chocolate tiramisu ice-cream cake makes the ultimate dessert when entertaining. It takes a little while to refrigerate and set, so you'll need to start the day before you want to tuck in.