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Nothing beats a good hearty sausage stew on a crisp autumn night.
A simple honest dish of meatballs and mushrooms simmered in a delicious sauce.
Cottage Pie with a difference! Our Devilled Sausage Cottage Pie is full of flavour and super easy to make with Wattie’s Just Add sauce!
Sausages deserve better press! This easy pie topped with Potato Pom Poms will undoubtedly be well reviewed by those picky food critics – your kids.
Perfect Winter comfort food that’s bursting with flavour and warmth for any happy family dinner.
These are no ordinary sausage rolls, tasty - but not smothered in pastry and served with a tomato vegetable salsa with a limey zing. Serve them as a light meal or cut them in half for a snack. It's also great for those "bring a plate" occasions.
As the name says, this recipe is super easy especially as the key to a good paella is not to stir the rice. Add in all the ingredients and let it simmer until cooked. If you don’t have a paella pan, just a large frying pan will do and serve it straight from the pan to keep the authenticity!
This is an oldie but a goodie - one of the original Food in a Minute recipes!
This tasty pasta and vegetable dish makes a great light meal or side dish.
Paper Moon in Mairangi Bay have won NZ Cafe of the Year 2012 with their signature dish featuring a scrumptious clash of two favourite Kiwi classics -Wattie’s Baked Beans and Kiwi Middle Bacon.
Nothing beats a nice sausage dish every now and again. This devilled sausage has a little twist adding the cider or apple juice and with the duchesse potatoes on top good enough to serve up when friends or family visit.
Here’s a modern version of the classic popular potato salad. The addition of pan fried crispy chorizo provides sensational flavour. Together it all works perfectly with Eta's Thick'n Creamy Aioli and the peppery fresh flavour of rocket.
A creamy simple pasta dish, flavoured with Wattie's Pumpkin Soup
and topped with basil which not only tastes great...it looks good too!
There's nothing quite like a tasty savoury pie and this sausage variation is no exception. Great to serve warm for lunch but equally good sliced and served cold at your next picnic.
A deceptively simple yet tasty dish that will have everyone who tries it shouting “Ole!”. Marinade, barbecue, add vegetables and you’re ready to go.
The perfect big breakfast for a hungry mouths!
This is comfort food at its best. Get out of the cold, stoke the fire and gather the family around to enjoy this warming hearty hotpot together.