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  • Maple and Orange Glazed Ham

    Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without a ham on the bone − and a delicious home-made glazing will make it extra special. Our sweet orange and maple glaze is sure to impress! Serve ham glazed hot or cold, with vegetables or salad and minted new potatoes.

  • Cranberry and Pistachio Stuffed Turkey

    If you have turkey on the menu for Christmas then you can’t go past this festive cranberry and pistachio stuffing. Made with couscous, this is a light and easy alternative to a traditional bread stuffing. Finish your turkey with a cranberry glaze and you won’t be disappointed.

  • Roasted Capsicum and Chickpea Dip with Crispy Skins

    Hummus is very popular and many people don’t realise how easy it is to make. We’ve added some sweet roasted capsicums to make this delicious dip. Served with crispy potato skins, you can't go wrong!

  • Asian Prawn Curry

    These distinct Asian flavours blend beautifully to create a tasty curry! Quick, easy and perfect for entertaining.

  • Yoghurt and Pear Syrup Cake

    This delicious pear, lemon and yoghurt syrup cake tastes sensational and makes a stunning dessert!

  • Winter Casserole with Herb Dumplings

    Keep winter at bay with diced steak, winter veges and herb dumplings in a warming casserole.

  • Whole Baby Beans with Crunchy Bacon and Walnut Topping

    Crispy bacon, walnut and breadcrumbs make a great crunchy topping sprinkled over tender baby beans.

  • Tuscan Lamb Shanks

    A traditional family favourite with Italian flavour!

  • Vanilla and Boysenberry Ice Cream Cake

    Sometimes the most impressive desserts are also the easiest. Don’t tell anyone how simple it was and they’ll think you’re a genius!

  • Turkey Drumsticks in an Apricot Sauce

    Turkey becomes an easy everyday dish with Tegel Fresh Turkey Drumsticks roasted with Wattie’s Bit on the Side Apricot Sauce.

  • Tropical Blueberry Pancakes

    Who can resist a plate piled high with pancakes? These pancakes are made with buttermilk and are layered with slices of tropical fruit such as mango or banana, all topped with whipped cream and maple syrup − a melt-in-your-mouth taste sensation!

  • Tomato Pinwheel Scones

    Hot scones out of the oven are an all-time favourite. We've given you three filling ideas, but get creative and see what you come up with. Remember, scones like a gentle touch − so stay light. Mix with a knife and roll out gently.

  • Tomato Focaccia Loaf

    Try your hand at bread making with this loaf, and enjoy the lovely aroma of baking bread throughout your home. It's sure to be a favourite.

  • Three Berry Chocoholic's Cake

    As far as real chocoholics are concerned there’s only one thing better than chocolate cake – and that’s chocolate and berry cake. A brilliant combination.

  • Tomato and Tuna Bruschetta

    According to the Italians, us Kiwis always pronounce bruschetta wrong − but don’t let that stop you from enjoying this delicious lunch or snack.

  • The Ultimate Father's Day Breakfast

    These delicious little bread cases filled with baked beans and chicken bacon are so easy to prepare and perfect for the kids to make for Father's Day

  • Thai Scented Roast Christmas Turkey

    Deliciously non-traditional! A boneless turkey roast scented with fabulous Kaffir Lime leaves and glazed with sweet chilli sauce. Try it for Christmas in April, Christmas in July, Christmas in October…

  • The Ultimate Breakfast

    Baked beans are back in style! Why not power up your morning with baked beans and chicken bacon strips wrapped up in a fresh egg omelette − a great way to start the day if you're about to hit the ski slopes or venture out for a spot of diving!

  • Thai-Style Pork Kebabs

    Forget sausages – this is summer barbecuing with attitude! Pork and plum kebabs are glazed with sweet Thai chilli sauce, lime and ginger, then served with a divinely different plum salsa. Our advice is to barbecue when the neighbours are out, unless you’re prepared for a crowd!

  • Teriyaki Potato Hotcakes

    Need a light snack or simple entertaining idea? Mashed potatoes make a lovely soft hot cake. Why not try it with cold cooked chicken instead of the fish? Either way it’s a crowd pleaser.