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Back-to-basics recipes

Master your sautéing, frying, boiling and baking skills with pots, pans and cookware by Tefal

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    Chicken tortillas

    These tortillas are brimming with delicious ingredients including lettuce, chicken, salsa, sour cream and avocado, all sprinkled with cheesy corn chips.

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    Tofu and sugar snap pea stir-fry

    Enjoy this healthy, flavoursome and nourishing tofu and sugar snap pea stirfry for dinner with the family tonight!

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    Hot dogs with sauerkraut & gruyère

    These can be prepped in advance and then baked at the last minute to make banging hot dogs that are full of punch from mustard and sauerkraut, and gooey with melting cheese. Photography by Todd Eyre.

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    Homegrown beans with brown butter & almonds

    These gently cooked beans are one of Fiona Hugue's old recipe favourites, with a little vinaigrette of slightly lemony, nut-brown butter and a sprinkle of crunchy nuts. Photography by Jani Shepherd/Gatherum Collectif.

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    Apple-vanilla teacake with thick vanilla custard

    There’s a hidden layer of thick vanilla custard in the centre of this cake that takes it from good to great. Serve it warm, but not too hot. Photography and recipe by Gourmet Traveller.

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    Wendyl Nissen’s crisp rissoles recipe

    Rissoles and gravy is a great old-fashioned meal that children love, especially as this recipe has the addition of tomato sauce – which provides some sweetness. Rob Shaw/Bauersyndication.com.au

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    Italian meatballs in tomato sauce

    A family favourite – serve it with hot sauce for adults and leave as is for the children. Photography by John Paul Urizar/Bauersyndication.com.au.

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    Buckwheat pikelets with honey-sweetened lemon curd

    These beautifully rustic buckwheat pikelets are best enjoyed straight from the pan and are wonderfully light and fluffy to eat. The buckwheat flour gives a lovely earthy flavour – the perfect partner for the zesty homemade lemon curd. Photograph, props and styling by Eleanor Ozich.

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    Caramelised onion & thyme tart

    Whether your preference is for sweet or savoury tarts, the French are famous for what they pile into buttery pastry shells. This simple caramelised onion tart is truly a thing of pure beauty and deliciousness. Makes 4 x 12cm tarts or 1 x 25cm tart

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