Cheese lovers, listen up - these spinach, blue cheese and ricotta galettes are a dream come true! Encased in a golden pastry shell and topped with walnuts, this recipe is everything you need for a midweek dinner.
This is an economical and tasty dish that Mum says originates from Réunion, an island in the Indian Ocean governed by France but widely influenced by Creole and West Indian cuisine. It’s delicious and the mincing of onions is a great idea!
This crème brûlée-inspired tart is the ultimate in sweet decadence, with its crunchy burnt-toffee topping and oozy vanilla custard filling. Serve chilled or just-caramelised for a satisfying crack and silky inner.
A tarte Tatin is fast, simple and always a pleasure to eat. For this pear version, we’ve poached the pears quickly to infuse them with flavour, and to help soften any that are underripe. Enjoy for a sweet and indulgent dessert.
These sour cream pancakes are lovingly drizzled with our Suzette sauce, in all its buttery and citrusy perfection. Ideal for a weekend brunch or special occasion breakfast, this recipe will have you drooling in delight!
This clever recipe emulates the famous combination of rhubarb and custard, enclosed in a golden pastry shell. It's a dessert made for sharing, so enjoy with friends and family as a great excuse for a winter gathering.
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!
This decadent, dreamy tart is such a joy to share with friends and family on a special occasion. With a deliciously nutty cashew pastry, silky smooth chocolate filling and poached pears topping, it looks just as incredible as it tastes!
This gorgeous fruity dessert is so simple to make - just 15 minutes of preparation, then the oven will do all the work! Swap the stone fruit for pears if they're out of season, and serve with a generous scoop of ice cream.
This recipe is a little different than usual palmiers in that it uses nuts in the filling. They’re a cross between a regular palmier and baklava! The assembly step looks a bit difficult, but really is very easy and quick.