Recipes by Di Swann
A tasty and easy to prepare roulade that is delicious served with your favourite tomato chutney and salad.
Eggs, asparagus or green beans, tuna, mixed beans and French bread get together in this tasty summer walk-in salad.
Just in case you never get to a ranch in Mexico, here’s a recipe for their incredible eggs – just the thing before you go out to round up a herd of cattle.
Even if you're not a lentil fan, you need to try this to believe how good it tastes. Vegetarians can leave out the sausages, and those who want to substitute the sausages can use bacon. Keep these ingredients in the pantry and you always have a quick meal on the ready.
It’s fast, it’s fresh, it’s French, it’s fabulous. What else do you need to know?
Dad will remember this scrumptious feast long after he's thrown out those ties.
Bacon and eggs don’t have to be ordinary. In this recipe they’ve totally reinvented themselves – in a tasty combo with Wattie’s Extra Cheesy Baked Beans.
The classic combination of lettuce, bacon, egg and croutons, combined in a Caesar dressing. It’s addictive – especially when you know how easy it is.
Kick back, relax and enjoy this classic café-style breakfast in the comfort of your own home. Roll on Sunday mornings!
Why stop at one sandwich filling when you can have three or more? Stack ‘em high!
This versatile bake doubles as a light and delicious side. The kids won't complain about eating their vegetables tonight!
A savoury slice that couldn’t be easier. Grate, chop, mix, bake and it’s done!
Souffles are notoriously difficult – and this one is notoriously easy. if that’s called cheating, then so be it!
Baked beans on toast is a great kiwi tradition. Wattie’s and Quality Bakers are the perfect partners, and so are these bean and egg toasties.
Mini frittatas make a tasty and portable meal, ideal for lunch boxes and picnics. If you have a weakness for blue cheese, crumble a little on each frittata for a special touch.
Sometimes you just need a big start to the day – and this is it! Corned Beef, potato and kumara hash – it’s enough to keep you going all weekend.