Recipes by Di Swann
Get the kids involved with preparing the pizzas – the combinations are endless. Use pre-made pizza bases or make your own easily made dough – see our recipe.
Not a paella in the true sense, but a tasty take on a traditional dish. Vary the seafood according to preference and try adding chorizo sausage to give a spicy kick.
Make this tasty Asian-inspired salad in under 30 minutes and impress your family and friends. It’s light and tasty, and if you’re looking for a gluten free recipe then this ticks the box.
This is a [SERIOUSLY] good, hearty burger. Delicious barbecued marinated pork steak and pineapple, served on an open bun with salad and a good dollop of aioli.
There's nothing quite like this Kiwi classic, brought back to life with a fruity twist.
There's nothing quite like a tasty savoury pie, and this sausage variation is no exception. Great to serve warm for lunch but equally good sliced and served cold at your next picnic.
A hit from the ‘70s, sweet and savoury apricot chicken – and all made in one pot, this is so easy!
It may seem an unusual combination of ingredients but the end result is sure to impress.
Lemon and fish are the perfect combination. This tasty and easily prepared lemon and herb risotto makes a delicious accompaniment to crumbed hoki fillets.
Need a warming winter dish that’s both simple and effortlessly delicious? Look no further!
Here is a tasty meal that can be cooked in less than 30 minutes. Succulent pork and crisp, tender vegetables cooked in a delicious Asian-inspired sauce. Delicious!
Finding it hard to get the kids to eat their vegetables? Try serving them with this sweet and sour sauce – it will definitely help, especially when the veges are served on crispy crumbed fish.
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.
Roast pork and crackling − a decadent favourite. We have the perfect tips to make it crackle every time.
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.
Slow cooking is a great way of preparing tougher cuts of meat. This Indian Spiced Lamb with lentils will satisfy and delight even the heartiest of eaters. Serve with rice and vegetables.
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.
Wow your friends and family with these delicious pies.
A tasty stir-fry meal is delicious, and when it's cooked in under 30 minutes, what could be better?