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  • Red Thai duck curry

    I used to order this curry at a Thai restaurant all the time until I decided to make my own version. It’s the perfect dish for a winter dinner, with the curry paste infusing the duck breast with fiery flavour.

    New Zealand Woman's Weekly|Aug 06, 2019

  • Gluten-free orange drizzle cake

    This gluten-free orange drizzle cake is about as light and fluffy as they come! Enjoy a slice for an indulgent afternoon tea or a sweet-but-not-too-sweet dessert, served generously with that glorious orange syrup.

    New Zealand Woman's Weekly|Aug 06, 2019

  • Chocolate banana bread

    Ease into your day with a slice of our gorgeous chocolate banana bread. This loaf is best eaten the day it's made, although it is also delicious toasted in the toaster then spread with butter and dotted with honeycomb.

    Nadia|Jul 30, 2019

  • Venison with blackberry and wine-braised cabbage

    Nadia Lim loves to cook food that is as close to nature as possible. This dish showcases that, with beautifully tender and juicy venison being served on top of her vibrant blackberry and wine-braised cabbage.

    Nadia|Jul 30, 2019

  • Winter greens with fried egg, anchovy and parmesan

    This colourful winter nourish bowl is packed with nutrients - especially thanks to all those beautiful greens. Top it with an egg and a couple of anchovies for extra protein and sprinkle with parmesan to serve!

    Nadia|Jul 30, 2019

  • Toasted chocolate muesli

    This deliciously chocolatey and crunchy muesli is a must for your breakfast bar. If you're feeling like a treat, it's also delicious sprinkled over vanilla ice cream... or just eaten straight from the jar!

    Food To Love|Jul 30, 2019

  • Mushroom ragu on pappardelle with zesty gremolata

    Put a vegetarian twist on the traditionally meat-based Italian ragu with this rich and flavoursome mushroom recipe. Served with pappardelle and topped with a zingy homemade gremolata, this dish is an all-round winner.

    Nadia|Jul 30, 2019

  • Slow-braised beef shin

    These short, chilly days are perfect for settling this slow-braised beef shin in the oven in the afternoon so that the aromas waft through the house for the rest of the day, tantalising our taste buds until dinnertime.

    New Zealand Woman's Weekly|Jul 29, 2019

  • Lamb and split peas

    This dish is wonderfully flavourful – and economical as it uses shoulder lamb chops. The lamb and split peas are cooked slowly over two hours, resulting in a beautifully tender and wholesome meal.

    New Zealand Woman's Weekly|Jul 29, 2019

  • Oaty breakfast bars

    These scrumptious oaty breakfast bars are the perfect morning meal for people with busy schedules! Make a batch in the weekend so you can grab and go each morning - it couldn't be easier.

    Nadia|Jul 22, 2019

  • Baked banana and chocolate-chip porridge

    These oven-baked breakfasts are one of the easiest and tastiest ways to begin your morning - simply soak your oats, stir in banana, chocolate and milk, then let them bake! A dollop of yoghurt and honey seals the deal.

    Nadia|Jul 22, 2019

  • Spiced porridge with maple nut butter

    This gently spiced porridge is just what you need to warm your insides on a cold winter morning. Top with sliced banana, fruit, yoghurt and chia seeds for a nutrition-packed bowl, then drizzle with our tasty maple nut butter.

    Nadia|Jul 22, 2019

  • Vegetable and tofu pho

    Vegetarian pho lovers can eat their heart out with this tantalising recipe, which is packed with vegetables and tofu. Ginger and star anise lend their unique flavours to this variation of the Vietnamese noodle soup.

    Nadia|Jul 22, 2019