Recipes by Di Swann
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.
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!)
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.
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 simple cauliflower mash, this is a warming meal to look forward to on those cooler days.
A quick and easy marinade is always a handy recipe to have with barbecue 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 perfect steaks, too!
A welcome addition to any family barbie. Build ‘em up with homemade beef mince patties, golden Wattie’s Medallions, and a liberal helping of tomato ketchup. A genuine child-pleaser!
Burgers on the barbie! On a hot summer’s night it doesn’t get easier than this.
Nothing beats a good, hearty sausage stew on a crisp autumn night.
Too easy! Marinated beef on skewers and a choice of tasty peanut or yoghurt chilli dipping sauces. On second thoughts, why choose one when you can have both?
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.