These sausage rolls are a favourite item on the Fearless Kitchen platters and they are super simple to make. You can change around the filling when you make them at home to suit your family. You can use exotic filling ingredients or a good quality plain pork sausage.
This pumpkin kumara soup is a favourite in the Fearless Kitchen cookbook and in our home. Everyone I serve it to totally loves it. For those who find it a little spicy just taste as you go and add in more vegetables and coconut milk. For a spicier version you can simply add extra chilli … Continue reading Pumpkin Kumara Soup
Let’s talk sandwiches. School Sandwich I gave up on sandwiches for a while – I had lived on Vegemite and Kraft cheese sandwiches at school for so long. It was the ultimate school lunchbox go to sandwich in Australia in the late 70’s. I am sure I thought that I was cool having the cheese … Continue reading Sandwiches: the classic chicken sandwich
Over the weekend I tried a lovely homemade spinach and feta dip at my neighbours. This inspired me to create my own mediterranean whipped feta dip. I then found a NY times whipped feta recipe which further inspired me. This is my take on Sarah Jampel’s published recipe though I have tweaked it and converted … Continue reading Mediterranean Dip: Whipped Feta with charred tomatoes
The classic savoury fritter is a perfect go-to snack meal. This vegetarian zucchini fritter recipe can be made as is or you could add a smattering of sharp parmesan cheese to add to the flavour. Fritters are perfect for an addition to a meal, to take on a road trip, or to have stacked for … Continue reading The classic savoury fritter – zucchini
This broccoli soup has proved to be one of the best recipes from my cookbook. Below is a simplified version, which you will find is quick and easy and so fulfilling. This is a deliciously creamy and healthy soup – all about the broccoli. You would think it was decadent, yet the creaminess comes from … Continue reading Broccoli Soup
Grab a packet of rice paper, sear a fresh fillet of tuna and wrap it all up for this fabulous snack of Rice Paper Rolls with Seared Tuna. The recipe was inspired by a recent trip I made back to Vietnam. I revisited a favourite restaurant in D2 in Ho Chi Minh and managed to … Continue reading Fresh Rice Paper Rolls with Seared Tuna and Baby Rocket
The great thing about the Vietnamese inspired rice paper roll is how versatile it is. You can fill the rice paper with your favourite filling to create vegan, vegetarian, pescatarian or regular versions. I once, had to take a hiatus from making these rice paper rolls. This was after the thousands I made along with … Continue reading Vietnamese Rice Paper Roll
I am exhausted. There, I said it. I have been running on a fresh air drug of adrenaline it seems. I wondered when I would finally wake up shattered – and today is the day. Yet, I look back on the last week and I wouldn’t have changed it. Not one bit. I have … Continue reading Exhilaration and Exhaustion – same same but different!
I cooked these up at a demo at Nosh Food Market in Mt Maunganui and they were a huge hit!!