Dinner Ideas & Recipes
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A healthy and refreshing meal for 2 or double the recipe for 4. The lovely buttery flavours of the Orange Roughy go so well with this Mango salsa, you’ll think you’re on an island vacation.
Pineapple and pork is one of those classic combinations that goes even better with a sweet and sour sauce.
Pizza on the BBQ! This is barbequing at its most fun. This recipe can also be made in the oven inside so whatever the weather you won’t miss out on these delicious flavours.
Take the popular loin of pork out of its comfort zone and on to the barbecue to satisfy any large summer crowd. You’ll find the meat slow-cooks beautifully. This is an essential to add to your repertoire.
These yummy Sticky Glazed Ribs make all other finger food pale in comparison. A hearty meal that combines the unique flavour of 100% New Zealand Pork with sweet ‘n sour seasonings such as peaches, ginger, chilli, mint and lime juice, it’s truly unbeatable. Dig in and don’t mind fingers!
A meal that looks as good as it tastes. Conjure it up for a dinner party or just treat the family to a special gourmet experience.
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.
Looking for something special – then this easy and delicious meal is well worth giving a try.
Burgers on the barbie! On a hot summer’s night it doesn’t get easier than this.
It's time to wheel out the barbie and whip up a fresh summer salad! This clever combo lets you do both in one go and it even includes tasty chicken bacon for all those didicated meat lovers out there. We balance the meal with a liberal helping of barbecued kumara and crunchy salad vegetables
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.
Ever wondered what a Mediterranean BBQ tastes like? Find out with our delicious pesto-filled chicken breasts, potato roasters and vegetables BBQ’ed as only Kiwis could.
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.
If you haven’t tried making tortilla baskets before give it a go they are really not too hard and taste great.
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 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!
Help make your Bolognese go further by adding baked beans – sure to become a family favourite.
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.
Tasty and much healthier than normal pastry, not to mention easy and less mess. Easy as Pie!