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Bacon & Ham Recipes
Pork and apple the way it should be done. We defy anyone not to make a bit of a pig of themselves when served this dish.
It’s a re-invented asparagus roll! Not really – but you will find asparagus spears at the centre of this tasty baked slice.
Asparagus spears, ham, feta and cottage or ricotta cheese enclosed in a filo casing.
For years, Bacon and Egg Pie has been a classic Kiwi favourite. This easy to make recipe will sure to please every member of the family.
A brilliant breakfast or brunch muffin. Serve them warm and cheesy.
For a real ‘veg out’ try this tasty dish with bacon. Toss through cooked pasta and for a special touch garnish with fried sage leaves.
Baked beans are great as they are but here’s a way to give them an extra twist. They’re absolutely delicious with rashers of crispy bacon.
If the order of the day is breakfast with the lot, you can’t go past this gargantuan effort. Eggs, bacon and baked beans are piled high on a bed of hearty hash browns and served hot or warm. A never-fail, Sunday morning crowd-pleaser.
Christmas at the bach? Look what’s possible with your hooded barbecue. It’s sweet and sour and simple, leaving you more time to devote to your deckchair.
Who can resist a delicious cooked ham? And when it's paired with the fantastic sweet and savoury flavours of apricot sauce and mustard fruits, this summer classic takes on even greater appeal. Try it all through summer or as a fabulous Christmas treat!
Ham on the Bone is a great special occasion food everyone enjoys.This glaze is simple yet tasty, why not cook it outside on the BBQ and free up the oven for other Christmas cooking.
Baked Beans on toast is a great kiwi tradition. Wattie’s and Quality Bakers are the perfect partners and so are these bean and egg toastie.
Left over ham, chicken or turkey makes this an ideal Boxing Day salad. If you don’t have any left over just buy either cooked ham or chicken to make this delicious salad.
This is really a mix of a big breakfast and a bacon and egg pie.Take it with you for a picnic or serve hot for lunch with a fresh salad.This recipe was inspired by an idea sent in from Anne Robbie from Invercargill who made a variation of this for the shearers when they visited the farm, much requested on the farm and no doubt will be a favourite for a crowd in your house too.
Enjoy a taste of the simple life with these deliciously simple ingredients.
Great as a lunch dish or side to accompany your roast or grilled meats. This is one of those old classics.
Impress friends with this fancy french-style treat. It's a tasty café fare and you don't even have to leave the house!
Souffle’s are notoriously difficult – and this one is notoriously easy – if that’s called cheating then so be it!
Tasty! If you like baked beans, you’re going to love our new take on the toasted sandwich. Get the kids in the kitchen to help prepare this simple treat.
Even the fussiest of vegetable eaters will enjoy these crisp vegetable & bacon filo pastry parcels.