Recipes by Di Swann
This recipe makes you think of the country with the lovely flavours of real lemon.
This must be the easiest glaze we've done, but it's also easily one of the most delicious. Glaze the ham ahead of time to serve cold with the fabulous flavours of the glaze, or bake it a bit longer to serve it hot and decorate with herbs and flax for that Kiwi touch.
A tasty way to enjoy salmon with the traditional flavours of lemon and dill. Just like a restaurant meal at home for a fraction of the price.
Marinating strips of lamb overnight in satay sauce, garlic, brown sugar and soy sauce infuses it with sweet and spicy flavour. Great as a meal or a party nibble.
Italian flavour makes these classic lamb kebabs an offer you simply can’t refuse. And why would you when they take New Zealand’s favourite meat to such heights?
This orange and mustard dressing is used here both as a marinade and a salad dressing that’s handy and tasty too! Save this recipe now as this is going to be a hot favourite for summer entertaining. In fact, print two copies ... this is one worth sharing.
This recipe is real Kiwiana. Burgers, beetroot and coleslaw. If you weren’t around in the 60s you won’t remember how surprisingly good this beetroot jelly tastes. Dare you to try it!
It’s colourful – and delicious! A wonderful beetroot, broad bean, walnut and orzo salad.
Why did the chicken cross the road? To pair up with honey, mustard and rockmelon in a scrumptious salad you’ll just love.
“Honey, these burgers are divine!” Seasoned with the flavours of honey and soy, they’ve got what it takes. Expect compliments to the chef.
Tasty marinated chicken thighs served with an avocado and orange salad.
Ole! Try these tacos for a Mexican fling. You can also use burritos or corn chips and they are just as tasty!
A tasty yet easy-to-prepare Greek-style snack or lunch that's ideal for weekend meals!
‘Gourmet’ doesn’t need to mean ‘difficult’. In fact, in this case it means ‘ridiculously easy, but very impressive.'
This delicious chicken burger sandwich with grilled vegetables can all be made outside on the barbie. Serve it on slices of gourmet bread, and serve it to friends and family while enjoying the summer.
The classic combination of lettuce, bacon, egg and croutons, combined in a Caesar dressing. It’s addictive – especially when you know how easy it is.
Why stop at one sandwich filling when you can have three or more? Stack ‘em high!
Add a bit of colour to your next barbecue with this beautiful pink salad. Yes, pink! Did you want it in another colour?
Perfect for a party platter. Marinated chicken nibbles served with a delicious chilli and yoghurt dipping sauce.
Here’s an easy barbeque idea: burgers with a great kumara and orange salad on the side.