Recipes by Di Swann
Very easy, very tasty, very kids-in-the kitchen!
Perfect for a party platter. Marinated chicken nibbles served with a delicious chilli and yoghurt dipping sauce.
Sweetcorn fritters are perfect for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner − or make mini versions as finger food for a party.
Bite into this! Falafel is a great, healthy way to fill up the family or your flatmates, and adding some spice with a tin of chilli beans will give a kick to your pita bread pockets.
Take a few simple ingredients and create something totally different that the kids will love – perfect for a quick, casual family meal.
Made with Wattie's Chilli Beans, these Chicken and Chilli Bean Pita Pockets are a good source of protein, high in fibre and iron, and low in fat.
Tasty! If you like baked beans, you’re going to love our new take on the toasted sandwich. Get the kids in the kitchen to help prepare this simple treat.
If you were on holiday in Thailand, you’d treat yourself to a dish like this and rave about it when you got home. Why wait?
Here’s a Buck Shelford favourite. Take the time to make the pizza dough, the taste is worth it. But if you really are too busy, the topping is still delicious on a bought pizza base.
Burgers are great fun food, and teenagers love them. These ones − with salad and super easy avocado spread − are the perfect weekend BLAT...
Cute little pies in crisp bread cases, topped with melted cheese. Great for a Sunday night tea – or any time there’s a crowd of kids to feed.
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.
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!
Perfect for little people who like to play with their food! And big people who never grew out of baked beans (and why should you?)
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?
A scrumptious treat to serve with coffee or as an after dinner dessert.
Put the kettle on and share this classic with a twist with your friends.
This easy energy-style muesli bar, made with low GI sugar and a selection of nuts and seeds, makes a great addition to the lunchbox or an ideal afternoon 'pick-me-up' snack.