The oaty crunch makes a healthy lunch or breakfast.
Oats & polenta add extra fibre, texture and a golden coating. Add a bright and sunny salsa and you will have a healthy, satisfying dinner in less than 20 minutes!
Ochazuke literally means “soaked in tea” and is a traditional Japanese breakfast food that’s somewhere between a soup and a porridge.
Odong is a soup dish that is popular in central and southern parts of the Philippines.
Sauce meurette is one of the grand classics of French country cooking, a dark concentrated essence of red wine, stock, eggs and vegetables.
This is almost the real thing.
A spinach dip that can be warmed or used chilled.
This is a mixture of flavours - sweet, peppery and spicy. Straight from Kansas City.
'Okonomi' means 'whatever you like' and 'yaki' means 'cook or fry.'
You can add strips of chicken or beef to these omelette-style pancakes for a delicious twist.
Just like Grandma used to make!
Chuck roast is wrapped around bacon, onion and spices then simmered in pan gravy for hours until it becomes tender and flavourful.
This is a great idea for camping, batch etc. Throw in anything you want. Get the kids to assemble their own with whatever they like and write their names on each one!
You can put almost anything in an onigiri - try substituting grilled salmon, pickled plums, beef, pork, turkey, or tuna with mayonnaise.
This has become a favourite in our family.