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Everybody loves a ‘pav’. Now this Kiwiana classic gets a culinary make-over! These individual pavs drizzled with boysenberry sauce and boysenberries are almost too pretty to eat. Almost!
Everyone loves pancakes and these sweet buttermilk ones are no exception!
Better than any chicken-burger you’ve ever eaten! Grilled chicken inside pannini bread with a sweet and spicy salsa.
A mouth-watering fruity cheesecake... sure to be a hit with all the family.
Some foods were made for each other; like orange, honey, peaches, ginger and chilli – a divine collaboration!
If you have turkey on the menu for Christmas then you can’t go past this festive cranberry and pistachio ttuffing. 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.
Strawberry flavoured sweetness makes this the perfect dessert for summer evenings.
A perfect pairing! Wickedly indulgent double chocolate mixed with the tasty tang of boysenberries . . . don't expect any leftovers!
Get the kids to help with these ones, blend the fruit and freeze. These will be a summer favourite.
Looking for an easy, impressive dessert with minimum fuss? Then give this recipe a go.
If you have a feijoa tree, you may have so many feijoas that you don't know what to do with them! We are always trying new recipes in an attempt to use them all. This Feijoa and Apple Crumble is a fantastic autumn dessert.
Turkey is way too good to only eat one day a year. Tegel Frozen Turkey Breast Roast takes all the fuss out, but leaves all the flavour in!
Give the traditional Kiwi ham a spicy revamp with fruity flavours.
Nothing beats a trifle - these individual servings not only look fantastic but taste delicious too.
Surprise you tastebuds with this zesty cake. Lime and pineapple complement each other perfectly.
This has got to be a Kiwi Classic - who could resist a slice?
Here’s a delicious dessert to impress, serve with delicious Orange and Maple Syrup Sauce.
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.
If you've still got room after a Sunday roast, this is the customary way to finish. It's tangy, traditional and totally irresistible.
A taste of summer and so refreshing. These non alcoholic drinks are perfect for entertaining and having something fab for the non drinkers. If you wish they can be easily turned into a cocktail with a dash of vodka or use sparkling wine instead of lemonade.