Have a bit of red wine left in a bottle that has been open a tad too long? Make a totally decadent caramel sauce and drizzle it over your next slice of pie or bowl of ice cream.
Filled with an icing made with mandarin juice, these mandarin shortbread cookies use the zest and juice citrus fruit.
What’s better than a creamy cheese filling sitting in a buttery crust and topped with sweet and sour marmalade onions? Make this savory gruyere tart STAT.
Extra quick One Pot Noodles with Chicken is incredibly easy and fast and also gluten free too. A brilliant idea if I must say so myself! Watch the video.
When thinking of lamb skewers and a zucchini cheese bake, perhaps your guess is that it may take a lot of time to prepare and cook. Don’t wait till the weekend to make this. Try this recipe and see just how easy it is!
Hard to resist Roasted Cauliflower and White Bean Hummus makes the perfect midday snack.
All you need is this bowl of Cauliflower, Quinoa and Spinach Soup and you have super food in a bowl.
It doesn’t get better than an ice cream cake, folks. This is decadent in every way. Secretly devour this on your own or share because you care. Either way, this cake’s recipe has been revealed and needs to be enjoyed pronto.
A chocolate crust, a creamy vanilla middle, and a topping with crunchy, honeycomb and nutty milk chocolate makes for a wow-worthy dessert.
A simple, gluten free tart with a rich, caramel-date filling, cashew crust, and smooth ganache top layer.
One handed breakfasts are perfect. This recipe is easy to serve as a breakfast in bed or on the run.
First enjoyed on a vacation in the snow-capped Andes with the knitting men of Peru, Tania recreated the Alfajores with dulce de leche.
This stunner is gluten free, coated in sweet cream cheese icing and then dripped with caramel and topped with a crunchy popcorn and praline topping.
With minimal special ingredients, this can be whipped up in no time. Soy sauce, peanut butter, ginger, and garlic coat make a dish bursting with flavor.
A crowd-pleasing recipe is the ultimate dish at a gathering. What could be better than flaky pastry and cheese?
Add vegetables, such as colorful beets, to your favorite recipes for a complete weeknight meal.
A cake made with buttermilk can cure an ache and make the blues vanish. Baked atop caramel and sliced pears, there is nothing this dessert can’t accomplish.
Roasted cipollinis, fresh vegetables, and smoky seafood make for a refreshing, unforgettable salad.
Make a delicious warm salad on the barbecue or in a grill pan and top it with seasonal vegetables and root-based dressings.
This cream cheese topped beer cake is moist and flavorful and it only calls for a splash of beer. Sip the rest of the bottle while it bakes.
Grilled sprouts with spiced salami and pine nuts make for an earthy dish outside the kitchen. Drizzle with balsamic with mozzarella for a summer salad.
A filling, warm dish of chorizo and beans. Plenty of garlic and cumin makes it so flavorful. For even more protein and a rich yolk, top with a poached egg.
Use this smoked salt and chili powder with a coriander lime dip not only for prawns, but also for chicken and squid.
No oven? No worries. This cake is served warm and made without an oven. It is layered with mascarpone and smothered with orange syrup.
Roasted lamb bursting with pomegranate seeds and middle eastern flavor is easy to create. Rest the meat on top of a bed of mashed potatoes with feta cheese.
Grilled zucchini and chorizo are tossed together with barley for a delicious warm salad that is perfect for an outdoor meal.
Flavorful feta and sesame meatballs are perfect tucked into rye flatbread and served with a yogurt sauce.
Taking only five minutes of your time to create, this smooth vegan raspberry coconut soft serve is beyond delicious.
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Just one pot is used for this sweet chili lime chicken.
If you can’t find yellow rock candy just use caster sugar and defrosted frozen prawns will work in place of fresh ones.
This cake looks worthy of a dinner party or birthday celebration but is super quick and easy to whip up.
Serve this Thai-inspired dish with rice or throw some cooked Quinoa or barley into the sauce before serving.
Nasi Lemak is a popular Malaysian dish that consists of coconut rice, boiled eggs and crispy deep fried anchovies.
You can replace the whiting with another fish of your preference or stick to fillets if that’s more your style.
These fanciful treats are fit for a party tray and can be mostly prepared ahead of time.
Serve this meatloaf with a salad for dinner and use the leftovers for a sandwich with a slice of cheese on a roll.
Skip the time-consuming pastry crust and replace it with one made from cookie crumbs for a quick custard-based tart.
The use of barley is a great alternative when you dont have risotto rice or just for a nice change.
Don’t leave out the glace ginger bits, they provide great texture and flavour. This pudding can be reheated very successfully.
Throw this on a cake plate with an extra handful of Macadamias and some ice cream and let every body dive in and serve themselves.
This really couldn’t be easier. One pot cookies that you can make anytime.
Enjoy a perfectly delicious and saucy dessert.
Chicken, spicy rice and Pico de Gallo salsa. This salsa is basically a fresh tomato condiment with chillies, onions, herbs, cucumber, vinegar or lime juice.
A great starter or buffet dish that can be made ahead of time. Inspired by Peter Gilmore of Quay.
Treat this just like fried rice. Add what ever you would normally put in your own.
This is a Quick braised chicken with porcini and thyme risotto, big flavours in a hurry. Make it after work in 30 minutes.
This is the raspberry tart you can make when raspberries are too expensive to buy fresh.
This lemon cake is the height of simplicity and well and truly open for reinterpretation.
This green risotto could be overlooked as a simple vegetarian risotto option, but believe it, the fresh peas just love parmesan and butter.
Tania Cusack serves a delicious tart with a lovely chocolate base and light ricotta custard.
This dish is surprisingly Chinese in flavour. The coke creates a delicious caramelly sweet and sour note. Get this coca cola quail recipe.
You can bake ricotta just as it is, but adding extra flavours like feta or parmesan, makes it taste even better.
This is a hearty seafood dish with plenty of nutritious vegetables and a helping of tomato soup.
Quick, simple and fruity, you can make this with gluten free flour. It makes an almost healthy after dinner treat.
When the weather starts to cool down and you need a delicious snack try these delicious Baby Rice Balls.
This delicious chocolate and date slice, will surely convince any fruit hater to at least have another bite.
These white chocolate strawberry tarts gives a little taste of summer and the warm times to come in the Southern Hemisphere.
Tania Cusack serves a delicious chocolate tart you don’t have to turn on your oven to make.
Tania Cusack with a lovely and summery take on the classic dessert.