Recipes by Di Swann
A classic meat pie with Wattie's Baked BeaNZ to add tasty flavour and make your meat go further.
We’ve given the classic crowd-pleaser a makeover! It’s the hearty meal you know and love, and this beauty is less fiddly to prepare.
This sauce is absolutely delicious! Full of fresh flavours, this super tasty dish will be a favourite for all the family.
Bagel Beef Sliders are easy to make as a quick bqrbecue nibble or a light lunch burger.
Fire up the barbie for a sizzling steak and onion sarnie. Save some time by making the delicious caramelised onions ahead. When the steak is done, serve with a delicious Kiwi-style onion mayonnaise!
Make your bolognese go further by adding baked beans – sure to become a family favourite.
A tasty casserole from the second series of Food in a Minute .
There aren’t many people who would turn down a tasty pie, and this one is no exception. Mince, kumara and corn served with lashings of Wattie’s Tomato Sauce.
Delicious caramelised onion-infused lamb, tossed through roasted vegetables – perfect for your next barbecue.
Spaghetti bolognese is a staple recipe for many Kiwi cooks. Why not give it a twist next time with our tasty variation?
There's nothing quite like this Kiwi classic, brought back to life with a fruity twist.
Not a spaghetti bolognese in the true sense, but an easy take on a popular family recipe.
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!
This is an oldie but a goodie – Potato Pom Poms on a delicious mince filling, a true Food in a Minute classic.
Lasagne is a staple recipe in most cooks’ repertoires. In this recipe you don't have to make the cheese sauce, so the preparation is much faster. So easy and superbly tasty.
Come home to the aroma of a delicious beef hotpot. This is an easy-to-prepare meal, using a cheaper cut of meat. Long slow cooking is the key and the results will speak for themselves.
Need dinner on the table in 20 minutes? No problem with these fantastic Fajitas − so quick, so easy, and so lipsmackingly good!
Messy to eat but so worth it! These sticky ribs are great on the barbecue. Simmering them in the marinade first and finishing them on the barbecue, or in a hot oven, will ensure tender, flavoursome ribs.
Keep winter at bay with diced steak, winter veges and herb dumplings in a warming casserole.
Our barbecue sauce turns burgers into something very special. Serve with garlic and rosemary potato roasters and your kids will never ask for takeaway burgers again!