Less Than 15 Minutes

Chinese honey chicken

A firm household favourite that's stood the test of time.

Test Kitchen|Jul 07, 2020

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  • Ginger zinger

    Ginger and mint are a classic combo. Pair them with honey and soda water for a sensational drink.

    New Zealand Woman's Weekly|Jul 07, 2020

  • Rocky road

    This 3-ingredient rocky road is super-simple and ready in under 15 minutes.

    Test Kitchen|Jul 02, 2020

  • Strawberry porridge

    This quick, wholesome and fruity porridge, sprinkled with cinnamon sugar, will warm you into a new day.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Jun 28, 2020

  • Scrambled eggs

    Scrambled eggs may be the ultimate in simple, comfort food at breakfast, they'll also keep you going until lunchtime.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Jun 26, 2020

  • Cucumber raita

    This fresh minty sauce with a creamy yoghurt base is a classic Indian side. The perfect cooling companion for hot and spicy curries.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Jun 25, 2020

  • Pikelets

    We can't get enough of these!

    Test Kitchen|Jun 18, 2020

  • Blueberry pudding mug cake

    These beautiful vanilla mug puddings are studded with juicy blueberries to create a super easy dessert in five minutes. Simply pop your ingredients in the microwave and let the magic happen.

    Test Kitchen|Jun 18, 2020

  • Chocolate nutella mug puddings

    These decadent chocolate nutella mug puddings are the ultimate dessert for all the sweet tooth's out there! Easy to prepare and irresistibly delicious!

    Australian Women's Weekly|Jun 17, 2020

  • Churros with chilli sugar & caramel sauce

    Freshly cooked churros, the classic Spanish doughnuts, rolled in chilli sugar and dipped in caramel sauce while still warm make a spectacular dessert. For the full effect, serve with a small cup of thick, rich hot chocolate.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Jun 16, 2020

  • Bruschetta

    The beauty of this bruschetta recipe lies in the simple combination of fresh ingredients. This dish is a popular addition to any antipasto plate, or delicious on its own.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Jun 10, 2020

  • Vietnamese pancakes with prawns

    This traditional Vietnamese lunch is eaten by tearing off a piece of pancake, placing it inside a lettuce leaf, along with some herbs, sprouts, prawns and vegetables; it is then rolled up and dipped into a sauce.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Jun 04, 2020