Recipes by Di Swann
Dinner’s sorted with this amazing slow cooker recipe! The beef cheeks become so tender and topped with potato and parsnip mash, this is a real show-stopper! The secret ingredient is Wattie’s Condensed Tomato Soup.
This delicious one-dish dinner is sure to be a new go-to slow cooker meal. The beef and mushroom flavours are enriched by slow cooking, and the parsley dumplings are perfect for mopping up the rich tomato gravy.
Let the slow cooker do all the work and come home any night of the week to a perfectly cooked chook. Tomato and herb flavours are slowly released into the chicken, and the end result is delicious and moist.
It takes no time at all to prepare this wholesome delicious dish, then let the slow cooker do the rest. The end result is tender, succulent lamb and flavoursome lentils with a tomato twist.
A classic pot roast is hard to beat, with all your favourite vegetables. Slow cooking all day will ensure the meat is tender, juicy, and ready when you come home. Don’t forget the gravy just like Mum used to make.
Slow cooking lamb shanks results in succulent and tender meat and this recipe is no exception. The clever combination of simple ingredients and lamb shanks is a guaranteed winner every time!
This is a superb, warm and satisfying dish. The hearty sauce is rich with the full-bodied flavours of red wine, caramelised onion and garlic. Gently simmer with beef and serve with mashed potatoes for the perfect comfort food.
Family and friends will love this Spanish Chicken recipe made super easy with Wattie's condensed soup.
A slow cooker meal that's easy to prepare and great for cooking cheaper cuts of meat.
For a tasty meal that will satisfy the whole team, whip up a plate of these delicious Mexican Nachos. Juicy tomatoes, onions and jalapeños with Mexican-inspired herbs. They will not disappoint!
There's nothing quite like this Kiwi classic, brought back to life with a fruity twist.
A hit from the ‘70s, sweet and savoury apricot chicken – and all made in one pot, this is so easy!
Slow cooking is a great way of preparing tougher cuts of meat. This Indian Spiced Lamb with lentils will satisfy and delight even the heartiest of eaters. Serve with rice and vegetables.
Come home to the aroma of a delicious beef hotpot. This is an easy-to-prepare meal, using a cheaper cut of meat. Long slow cooking is the key and the results will speak for themselves.
When the evenings are closing in, what can be nicer than a tasty casserole served with delicious mashed potato and vegetables?
If you have turkey on the menu for Christmas then you can’t go past this festive cranberry and pistachio stuffing. Made with couscous, this is a light and easy alternative to a traditional bread stuffing. Finish your turkey with a cranberry glaze and you won’t be disappointed.
Keep winter at bay with diced steak, winter veges and herb dumplings in a warming casserole.
A hearty vegetarian meal. Perfect for a Sunday night meal in front of the fire.
This spicy lamb is warming and delicious, served with Turkish-style mashed potatoes that are so easy yet so stylish. If you can’t find casserole lamb look for diced shoulder lamb. This recipe is also great for freezing − defrost the lamb and make the potatoes that night.
Turkey becomes an easy everyday dish with Tegel Fresh Turkey Drumsticks roasted with Wattie’s Bit on the Side Apricot Sauce.