Recipes by Di Swann
It may seem an unusual combination of ingredients but the end result is sure to impress.
This is definitely a throw-it-together frittata, no need for added seasonings as the Southern Style Roasters do it all. A great lunch dish, serve it hot or cold.
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!
This Country Chicken Cottage Pie is a one-dish wonder. Tender-poached chicken combined with chunky vegetables in creamy sauce, topped off with a creamy mash and sprinkled with cheese. A delectable family meal!
Kiwis have taken fritters to their culinary heart and a corn fritter recipe is a must have in anyone’s recipe repertoire! We’ve made it even easier with a delicious batter mix that even the newest of cooks will be able to make.
Need dinner on the table in 20 minutes? No problem with these fantastic Fajitas − so quick, so easy, and so lipsmackingly good!
This creamy casserole is wonderfully comforting food, so satisfying and super easy too. I hope your family like it as much as mine does.
These mini frittatas are great for lunch served warm, or equally nice served cold for the lunchbox.
Roasts aren’t just for winter. Take a succulent piece of lamb, roast it on the barbecue and serve it up with salad. Sensational!
Tired of making the same old salads? Then try this Asian-inspired warm lamb salad. Delicious and easy to prepare, it’s perfect for friends and family to enjoy together.
Fancy making your own sushi but don’t know how? Then give this recipe a go. Easy and tasty!
Asian flavours are popular in many Kiwi kitchens. Prawns marinated in coriander and lime combined with rice noodles, summer vegetables and fresh herbs make a delicious, light and refreshing meal − perfect for a blue-sky day.
Hummus is very popular and many people don’t realise how easy it is to make. We’ve added some sweet roasted capsicums to make this delicious dip. Served with crispy potato skins, you can't go wrong!
I’m always looking for new salad ideas and this is the perfect addition to any summertime meal. Beetroot, peas, red onion and orzo pasta tossed together with a zesty lemon dressing – that should hit the spot!
Salads are usually summer fare, but we've used seasonal winter vegetables to create this delicious version. Serve hot, warm or cold − you'll love it any way.
Keep winter at bay with diced steak, winter veges and herb dumplings in a warming casserole.
Like the simplicity of lasagne, but bored with the same old beef sauce? Try this for a change – bacon, bean, broccoli and pumpkin with a cheesy sauce.
Crispy bacon, walnut and breadcrumbs make a great crunchy topping sprinkled over tender baby beans.
Only 3 ingredients. Only 3 steps. It doesn’t get any easier than this.
A salad you make in the oven! Baked potatoes, red peppers and whole cloves of garlic, gently roasted and combined with mixed vegetables and fresh herbs.