Recipes by Di Swann
The jury is still out on how beef olives got their name when there are no olives in sight. If you haven't tried them before or even if you have, give this variation a go. It has a fruity stuffing and saucy gravy, and can be cooked in the oven or in the crockpot for really tender beef.
This is one of our all-time favourite Food in a Minute recipes, so here it is again to remind you how good it really is!
Try this for an easy meal that will be on the table in 15 minutes. See our tip below on making a salsa to go with it and you have a new twist on an old favourite.
A tasty and easy to prepare roulade that is delicious served with your favourite tomato chutney and salad.
Our motto: the less mess the better. This great meal comes together in one pan with the pasta cooking in the sauce. Couldn’t be easier.
Usually making cannelloni uses about 3 pots and lots of rich cheese sauce, but we've made this simpler and healthier − so go easy on the cheese and add a nice winter salad. Tasty AND a Healthy Pick recipe.
After you’ve cooked the meal, who wants to face a stack of washing up? This one-pan meal makes cleaning up easy.
A tasty Mexican favourite made easy with Craig's Spicy Mexican Beans and Hellaby's Corned Beef.
All the way from North Africa comes a meaty meal to really sink your teeth into. Lean beef mince, mild chilli beans and traditional seasonings topped with a delicious, crispy crumb topping.
We just can’t get enough of Potato Pom Poms! Mix things up with a Kiwi favourite − mince and cheese pie − and we have a winner!
Tortillas are an all-time family favourite down Mexico way, and they're fast becoming just as popular around Kiwi tables. Tender beef schnitzel strips, a zingy, hot Mexican sauce, and the smooth, fresh flavours of a classic guacamole make this a quick and easy winner for dinner!
Cinnamon and cocoa may seem unusual in a chilli, but these are our secret ingredients that make this recipe really special.
Fancy a few crispy roast vegetables tonight? This recipe teams roast vegetables seasoned with garlic and rosemary with Mexican beef garnished with grated cheese and sour cream. Delicious!
A favourite Mexican-style meal of beef, beans and tortillas that is easy to prepare and even more fun to eat.
Take your favourite cuisines, mix them up a bit and WOW! It tastes fantastic! If you like it hotter, substitute the Wattie’s Chilli Beans Mild for Wattie’s Chilli Beans Hot.
Add some traditional tang to your next stir-fry with a dash of Lea & Perrins. The unmistakeable taste of Worcestershire Sauce will surprise and delight with every bite.
Take a turn towards the Japanese with this never-fail stir-fry favourite. Mixing lean rump steak with traditional seasonings on a bed of soft udon noodles, it’s a winner whether you’re whipping it for yourself or the family.
“Honey, these burgers are divine!” Seasoned with the flavours of honey and soy, they’ve got what it takes. Expect compliments to the chef.
If we called them meatballs, they wouldn’t be so much fun! Kids love them, but that’s no reason why adults shouldn’t eat them too.
The humble pie gets an exotic makeover with the addition of some mild Indian spices.