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  • Spicy Peach and Apple Muffins

    What better to go with your coffee on a cold winter day than a delicious muffin with whole chunks of mouth-watering peaches?

  • Spiced Apricot Barbecue Turkey

    This butterflied turkey takes half the cooking time of a whole turkey, and the glaze combined with cooking on the barbecue results in a wonderful flavour. Try this great apricot stuffing, and if you can’t get fresh apricots use dried apricots or peaches.

  • Spaghetti Faces and Mince and Bean Savouries

    Need a snack? Here’s two great recipes using everyday ingredients, and while the kids are eating the spaghetti faces the adults can enjoy the baked bean savouries.

  • Sour Cream Apple Pie

    People will think you’ve been in the kitchen for hours – the only problem is that they’ll probably want the recipe, then they’ll discover how easy it is.

  • [SERIOUSLY] GOOD™ Banana Cake

    A new approach to an old favourite that’s well worth trying. No-one will spot it has mayonnaise in it − just remember, it has been tested with this mayonnaise and can't be guaranteed with any other brand.

  • Roasted Turkey Breast with Oriental Plum Sauce

    Turkey isn't just for special occasions, fresh turkey breast – 99% fat free – is perfect for a low fat roast within the hour!

  • Roast Turkey with Oriental Plum Stuffing and Sauce

    The traditional Christmas turkey takes flight to the Orient and comes back an altogether different bird. This clever creation blends orange juice, fresh plums and Wattie’s Bit on the Side Oriental Plum Sauce to produce a fresh take on a much-loved festive classic.

  • Roast Turkey with Nut and Fruit Stuffing

    Apricots, nuts, lemons and herbs – a stuffing like this could become a Christmas tradition.

  • Roast Pork with Sage and Apple Sauce

    The classic Sunday dinner loved by pork purists almost everywhere will never go out of fashion. This version is about as authentic as it gets, with fresh seasonings and plenty of must-have sage and apple sauce. A great treat for any big family gathering − with the only question being who gets the crackling!

  • Roast Apricot Glazed Pork Loin with Stuffing

    Arrange the occasion and make your guests feel even more special with this show-stopping pork dish as the centrepiece.

  • Strawberry and Apricot Tart

    An irresistible, chilled out summer dessert full of sweet fruit flavours and smooth, creamy textures. An elegant finish to a fun summer lunch.

  • Quick Lemon Tuna Risotto

    A simple risotto with lemon, fresh herbs and tuna. Prego!

  • Queen Rice Pudding

    Individual baked rice custards with raspberry jam and meringue topping – if the Queen came for dinner, would the kids leave any for her?

  • Preserved Lemons

    If you love citrus notes in Middle Eastern cooking, try these preserved lemons.

  • Pork Roast with Oriental Plum and Nut Stuffing

    Roast pork − a family favourite − with plum and pistachio. Yummy! If you can't get a boneless roast, ask a friendly butcher to do it for you.

  • Pork and Kumara Apricot Bake

    Give a farmhouse favourite a Kiwi twist with the sweet taste of orange kumara.

  • Pork and Apple Cider Braise

    Trim and tender pork always gains its fair share of praise, and this zesty dish is no exception. Sure to be a favourite with kids and adults alike.

  • Pork and Apple Casserole

    Pork and apple have long been known as a perfect match, and this recipe is no exception. Accompanied with a simple garlic mash, you can’t beat this home-cooked meal.

  • Plum and Cinnamon Crumble Cake

    Every once in a while a great cake comes along that has the ability to make you famous among your friends and family. This is such a cake.

  • Plum and Chocolate Cheesecake

    A cheesecake is such a treat and, with its chocolate biscuit base and delicious tangy plum filling, this one won't disappoint. If you haven't made a cheesecake before you might be surprised how easy it is, especially with a food processor.