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!
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.
Halfway between a tart and a quiche, this is a no-fuss, easy savoury dish to whip up for brunch. Enjoy a slow start to the day with the family, or make it the night before and take a slice for a quick grab-and-go breakfast on a busy morning.
Skip the the takeaways and make your own meatball subs at home - they're so quick and easy to pull together! Prepare the meatballs and sauce in advance then fill your bread rolls on the day for a scrumptious lunch.
Give vegetables a starring role at the dinner table with this quick and easy dish. So fresh and colourful, everyone will love the delicious pairing of the sumac eggplant skewers and the zingy chilli tomato salad!
Gnocchi has a reputation for being lots of work with unpredictable results. What we all want is soft little pillows of pasta eager to soak up whatever sauce we throw at it, yet so often it can turn out chewy. I have Donna Hay to thank for introducing me to gnocchi made with ricotta instead of potatoes, and it’s a dream come true!