Recipes by Di Swann
Looking for something special? Then this easy and delicious meal is well worth giving a try.
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 and sour seasonings such as peaches, ginger, chilli, mint and lime juice, it’s truly unbeatable. Dig in, and don’t mind fingers!
Pizza on the barbie! This is barbecuing 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 onto 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.
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 the 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.
After a hard day at work, who needs a hard evening in the kitchen? Give yourself a break with this delicious meal.
This hearty curry is full of vegetables, and its delicious korma flavour has been perfected for you.
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?
For a touch of Morocco, serve on couscous – but this dish is just as tasty on mashed potatoes or rice. Make it on the stove top, or follow the directions below for the crockpot.
A mouthwatering turkey roast served with Wattie's Rosemary and Garlic Roasters
Apricot chicken and vegetable pie makes a wonderful winter meal, and using the 'Just Add' sauce with Potato Pom Poms for a topping it's really quick and simple too...
This fruity, funky, fun and filling dish is a perfect option for a weeknight family dinner with the sweetest difference.
Pork and apple the way it should be done! We defy anyone not to make a bit of a pig of themselves when served this dish.