Recipes

Raspberry cheesecake brownie

This raspberry cheesecake brownie is an absolute star - you just can't go wrong when combining these two favourite desserts! Topped with the sweet tang of raspberries and a gorgeous raspberry syrup, it's a must-try sweet treat.

Food|Jun 06, 2019

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  • Onion soup with cheesy kumara toast

    Swap out the classic croutons often paired with onion soup for slices of uniquely delicious kumara toast in this recipe, topped with pesto and gruyère cheese. It's a nourishing recipe that will warm your soul on a chilly night!

    Woman's Day (NZ edition)|Jun 05, 2019

  • Smoky cauliflower and corn chowder

    Smoked paprika and cayenne pepper add gorgeous flavour to this cauliflower and corn chowder, making it a warming dinner for a winter evening! It's so easy to make and delicious when topped with crispy bacon and smoked cheddar.

    Woman's Day (NZ edition)|Jun 05, 2019

  • Citrus baked chicken

    I love this late autumn dish of Mum’s. Chicken baked with plenty of rosemary, orange juice and peel with soft petals of capsicum. It bursts with flavour!

    New Zealand Woman's Weekly|Jun 04, 2019

  • Orange and pomegranate cake

    This moist and tangy cake is a version of a cake by one of my favourite food writers, Diana Henry. Delightfully zingy and topped with a gorgeous orange and pomegranate syrup, this recipe is always a winner!

    New Zealand Woman's Weekly|Jun 04, 2019

  • Orange and lime delicious pudding

    It’s a classic for a reason, but I love this version that’s crammed full of orange and lime instead of lemon. All it takes is one bite, and you’ll never look back! Whip it up for a gorgeous citrus-spiked dessert.

    New Zealand Woman's Weekly|May 31, 2019

  • Mum's pumpkin soup with delicate flavours

    About this, Mum says: “Easily my favourite soup for those cooler, not quite winter days. It’s ideal if suddenly you realise one of your stored pumpkins is showing a little rot. So as not to waste the whole pumpkin, remove the bad bits and soup the rest."

    New Zealand Woman's Weekly|May 27, 2019

  • Cauliflower soup with floret fritters

    This velvety soup is taken to the next level with a side of battered and fried florets! The delightful combination of smooth and crispy creates a dish that is sure to impress.

    New Zealand Woman's Weekly|May 27, 2019

  • Chicken, corn and mushroom noodle soup

    Make life easy for yourself and use a store-bought chicken for this soup, or maybe leftovers from a roast chicken dinner. Ready in less than 30 minutes, it's a no-fuss meal for dinner or a weekend lunch.

    New Zealand Woman's Weekly|May 27, 2019

  • Bean, tomato and chorizo soup

    Smokey, rich and filling, this soup is a favourite in my house. The beans can take a while to cook but other than that, it really is very quick to put together. It's just perfect for dinner on a cold evening.

    New Zealand Woman's Weekly|May 27, 2019

  • Feijoa and white chocolate puddings

    Add a little excitement to your bread and butter pudding with this feijoa and white chocolate recipe - it will have everyone coming back for seconds! Serve with a generous side of cream or custard.

    Food|May 27, 2019

  • Pea, ham and sour cream spirals

    This no-fuss pasta is a hit with kids and can be whipped up super-quick using a handful of common ingredients in just three easy-peasy steps – just cook the pasta and peas, stir it all together and eat!

    Nadia|May 26, 2019

  • Spiced Mexican pumpkin seed clusters

    Is there any pairing quite as unexpectedly delicious as chilli and chocolate? These spiced Mexican pumpkin seed clusters certainly bring out the best in this culinary combo, alongside the delightful crunch of pumpkin seeds.

    Nadia|May 26, 2019

  • Warm pork fillet salad with seared pears and blue cheese

    This incredible salad is so simple to make but looks and tastes gourmet! From prosciutto-wrapped pork fillets to the divine blue cheese and caramelised pear topping, this dish is a guaranteed crowd pleaser.

    Nadia|May 26, 2019