After mastering the classic scone – and our favourite lemonade scone – try some of these creative combinations at your next afternoon tea. Here, we bring you sweet, buttery treats and rich savoury scones.
Beautifully tender lamb meat falls off the bone in this rich and hearty lamb stew, which is a fantastic idea for a winter family dinner. Homemade onion and rosemary dumplings give the dish the perfect finish!
As far as comfort food goes, this lamb and red wine shepherd's pie is at the top of our list. The smooth kumara topping is a perfect match for the rich, flavoursome filling, creating a dish that will warm your soul.
To me, dinner is dinner, and if I want roast chicken with all the trimmings, that’s what I’ll have. Here's my pared-down version of a full roast chicken - there’s stuffing and gravy, vegetables and roasties, and just enough for one!
This chocolate caramel cheesecake is the ultimate Easter indulgence. With a cookie base, creamy coffee liqueur inner, caramel sauce and chocolate ganache topping, you won't be needing any Easter eggs after a slice of this cheesecake!
This shortcake is so wonderful as it isn’t too sweet. The pears and blueberries are a magical duo! Perfect for morning tea, afternoon tea or dessert, this is a recipe you're going to be pulling out time and time again.
Combine the classic with the current in a fresh new approach to the festive banquet. This Christmas menu will suit both traditional tendencies and relaxed summer vibes, creating a delicious and balanced feast everyone will love.
There are few things more inviting than a plate of freshly baked scones, dripping in cream and jam. Follow Food magazine's step-by-step guide to buttermilk scones below and you'll be whipping up these tasty goodies in no time.