Recipes by Di Swann
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.
A sensational twist on everyone’s favourite potato salad.
Don’t wait for summer for salads – this warm pasta salad with corn, feta cheese and salami is a great winter one-dish meal or side dish.
Summer or winter, this salad makes a quick and delicious meal.
Grab the ingredients on the way home or use chicken left from another meal, and you have the making of a quick and easy dinner. With the weather warming up it's time for new salad ideas.
This simple stir-fried rice is a handy side dish to many meat dishes − or add in cooked meat or chicken for a meal if you wish.
A hearty vegetarian meal. Perfect for a Sunday night meal in front of the fire.
You know baked stuffed potatoes – now here’s a tropical version using kumaras, pineapple and corned beef!
Kids love spaghetti on toast – spaghetti on hash browns takes the same idea and makes it even yummier.
Lamb shanks like you’ve never had them before – garnished with ginger and Berbere spices in a thick tomato sauce for a perfect winter treat.
A colourful pasta dish combining yellow peppers, green snowpeas, crispy bacon and traditional tomato pasta sauce.
This unusual combination of baby beetroot and Indian spiced tomatoes is a meal in itself, served with pilaf rice or naan bread.
Don’t be deceived by its simplicity, this is one sophisticated salad!
Not your average bean salad! Cannellini beans, crispy bacon and black olives combine with flavours of the Mediterranean in this inspired salad.
Dreaming of a Thai escape? This delicious calamari curry with the quintessentially Thai taste of coconuts should tide you over till your next break.
This easy recipe can be made with either prawns or chicken and the flavour has been perfected for you.
Here's a stir-fry with crunch! Enjoy the contrasting textures of the toasted seeds with the shelled edamame beans all held together with a flavoursome teriyaki sauce.
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.
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!