Recipes by Di Swann
Add a bit of variety to your barbecue this weekend. Introduce some new flavours with these two quick marinades.
These are a great alternative to hamburger patties – kumara and corned beef, you can't get more Kiwi than that!
Tired of munching your way through all that bun to get to your burger? Try this for a change – tasty burgers and a sweet chilli salsa all wrapped up in a thin tortilla.
It’s roast chicken, but not as you know it! Marinated with sweet chilli sauce and roasted, then served with a pawpaw salsa.
Baking fish in paper with sweet chilli sauce seals in all the juices and keeps it tender.
A traditional combination of pork and apple sauce simmered in a sweet casserole and served with mashed kumara or potato.
In case you’ve forgotten how good this tastes, here’s a reminder – delicious chunks of pork in a spicy, ginger-garnished sweet and sour sauce.
A tasty Asian-style casserole that's quick and easy to make using Wattie's Stir Fry Sweet and Sour Sauce for added flavour.
We all love sweet and sour chicken, but this coconut sambal is especially delicious. Add some pawpaw or mango to the salad and enjoy a tasty, tropical dish.
Sweet and Sour Pork Meatballs are simply delicious. The addition of a high-fibre vegetable mix makes this quick, one-pan meal a very healthy pick!
You can make it faster than it would take to drive to your local Chinese takeaway!
Wok-a-licious! Cooking with a wok is quick and easy. This recipe is a great way to get into the groove combining lemon, ginger, chicken and vegetables together to create a sweet and sour taste sensation.
An ideal side dish to serve at brunch or as an accompaniment to an evening meal. A satisfying serving of vegetables and bacon in one perfect potato cake.
Super-sized and super-delicious, this is an easy all-in-one pan meal that the whole family will enjoy!
Here's two great recipes for feeding the family over the holidays. It's sure to be a winner with lots of Kiwi favourites.
Lunch or dinner is only minutes away with this recipe. These burger patties take only 2 minutes in the microwave, then just pop them into a prepared pita. If you are a hummus fan and you haven’t had a hummus dressing before, give this one a go – delicious!
Layers of potatoes, spinach, cottage cheese and red peppers with Wattie’s Pasta Bake Sauce.
Couscous is a must-have in the pantry for people who are much too busy to cook – it virtually cooks itself. This tasty salad combines couscous, pears and tuna.
Chicken thighs are perfect for casseroles. They stay deliciously tender, and the meat just drops off the bone and melts in your mouth.
If your garden is overflowing with capsicums or courgettes which have grown too big, this easy recipe is a great way to use them up − and if you can’t eat it all, it tastes great reheated the next day.