Side Dishes & Vegetable Recipes
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Side Dishes & Vegetable Recipes
Stir-fries are always popular because they’re quick, easy and tasty. This chicken stir-fry fits the bill and can be on the table in under 30 minutes.
Here is a tasty meal that can be cooked in less than 30 minutes. Succulent pork and crisp, tender vegetables cooked in a delicious Asian-inspired sauce. Delicious!
Mini frittatas make a tasty and portable meal, ideal for a picnic or in the lunch box. If you have a weakness for blue cheese, crumble a little on each frittata for a special touch.
It’s a re-invented asparagus roll! Not really – but you will find asparagus spears at the centre of this tasty baked slice.
Asparagus spears, ham, feta and cottage or ricotta cheese enclosed in a filo casing.
A lovely soup to enjoy on a cooler autumn evening. This hearty minestrone is full of vegetables and can be prepared in less than 30 minutes.
This hearty curry is full of vegetables and delicious Korma flavour has been perfected for you.
For a real ‘veg out’ try this tasty dish with bacon. Toss through cooked pasta and for a special touch garnish with fried sage leaves.
A tasty twist on a baked risotto, this is a fabulous side dish to accompany your favourite meat. It makes a colourful and flavoursome change from pasta or potatoes.
It's time to wheel out the barbie and whip up a fresh summer salad! This clever combo lets you do both in one go and it even includes tasty chicken bacon for all those didicated meat lovers out there. We balance the meal with a liberal helping of barbecued kumara and crunchy salad vegetables
Delicious caramelised onion-infused lamb, tossed through roasted vegetables – perfect for your next barbecue.
Ever wondered what a Mediterranean BBQ tastes like? Find out with our delicious pesto-filled chicken breasts, potato roasters and vegetables BBQ’ed as only Kiwis could.
A quick and easy marinade is always a handy recipe to have with BBQ season on its way and this recipe also doubles as a stir-fry sauce. Spring, Summer or Winter this recipe will always taste great. Check out our tips for how to cook the perfect steaks.
Left over ham, chicken or turkey makes this an ideal Boxing Day salad. If you don’t have any left over just buy either cooked ham or chicken to make this delicious salad.
The benefit of slow cooking means that you can use cheaper cuts of meat which still retain a wonderful flavour when cooked this way .Served with this simple cauliflower mash, this is a warming meal to look forward to on those cooler days.
If you haven’t tried making tortilla baskets before give it a go they are really not too hard and taste great.
Tasty and much healthier than normal pastry, not to mention easy and less mess. Easy as Pie!
These beer battered fish fillets are fabulously crispy and perfect accompanied with a tasty parsley and cashew nut pesto potato salad.
Easy, flavoursome and refreshing - just what you need in a salad.
This is really a mix of a big breakfast and a bacon and egg pie.Take it with you for a picnic or serve hot for lunch with a fresh salad.This recipe was inspired by an idea sent in from Anne Robbie from Invercargill who made a variation of this for the shearers when they visited the farm, much requested on the farm and no doubt will be a favourite for a crowd in your house too.