Welcome to Food in a Minute
Sometimes you just need a big start to the day – and this is it! Corned Beef, potato and kumara hash – it’s enough to keep you going all weekend.
Enjoy the delicately balanced Asian flavours in this salad. It’s super easy using Eta Lite & Free Japanese Style Soy and Citrus Dressing – all the hard work is done! This is a great recipe for extending a piece of beef steak to feed a crowd!
Too easy! Marinated beef on skewers and a choice of tasty peanut or yoghurt chilli dipping sauces. On second thought, why choose one when you can have both?
Nothing beats a good hearty sausage stew on a crisp autumn night.
Bagel Beef Sliders are easy to make – as a quick BBQ nibble or a light lunch burger.
Burgers on the barbie! On a hot summer’s night it doesn’t get easier than this.
Delicious caramelised onion-infused lamb, tossed through roasted vegetables – perfect for your next barbecue.
A welcome addition to any family barbie. Build ‘em up with homemade beef mince patties, Wattie’s golden Medallions and a liberal helping of tomato ketchup. A genuine child-pleaser!
A quick and easy marinade is always a handy recipe to have with BBQ season on its way and this recipe also doubles as a stir-fry sauce. Spring, Summer or Winter this recipe will always taste great. Check out our tips for how to cook the perfect steaks.
The benefit of slow cooking means that you can use cheaper cuts of meat which still retain a wonderful flavour when cooked this way .Served with this simple cauliflower mash, this is a warming meal to look forward to on those cooler days.
Potato Pom Poms are another Food in a Minute
favourite and a great way to top off a delicious beef casserole. For those of you that enjoy cooking in a slow cooker, this recipe can easily be adapted.
Wraps are a fresh way to enjoy your mince and beans. They work beautifully spicy or mild to suit the whole family.
A Spaghetti Bolognese is a staple recipe for many Kiwi cooks. Why not give it a twist next time with our tasty variation?
The great thing about this casserole is that it takes very little time to prepare, and then just sits and simmers, leaving you free to chat with your guests, (or help the kids with their homework!).
What a Kiwi tradition - meatloaf but with a twist! Baked Beans and Tomato Sauce combined with a mince and sausage mix. They’ll keep coming back for more!
Cute little pies in crisp bread cases – topped with melted cheese. Great for a Sunday night tea – or any time there’s a crowd of kids to feed.
Help make your Bolognese go further by adding baked beans – sure to become a family favourite.
Perfect for tacos, in burritos or spooned over a baked potato. Nothing will warm you up quicker than a hearty beef and bean mix like this one.
Here's a neat way to turn family favourites - Wattie's hashbrowns, Wattie's Condensed Vegetable Soup - and some beef mince into a fabulous pie.
Satay sauce is one of the greatest Indonesian inventions of all time! The creamy peanutty sauce combines wonderfully well here with stir fry beef and pineapple.