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Tender beef and rich curry flavours are easy to achieve with this recipe. The long gentle simmer allows the flavours to infuse and the meat to become tender. A super tasty meal with low effort.
Here’s a decadent twist on the classic Anzac biscuit. Still with all the ingredients you love including butter, rolled oats and coconut but now with gooey caramel and slivered almonds. Perfect for Anzac Day or any other special treat time!
Who doesn’t love a recipe that is cooked in one dish and lets the oven do all the hard work! Cook the casserole and then simply sprinkle over the couscous once it’s out of the oven for the perfect all in one meal.
If you haven’t tried this classic then give our version a try! Think succulent pan fried chicken schnitzel topped with basil pesto pasta sauce, melted cheese and fresh basil. 30 minutes (including prep) is all it takes!
What do you get when you cross favourites chicken, rice and honey with Chuckwagon Corn mix? A new family favourite! Packed with great flavours and cooked in only 25 minutes it’s an ideal everyday dinner.
This classic recipe is unbeatable when it comes to taste, re-living child hood memories and putting a smile on kids’ faces! Word of warning these will disappear quickly so you may have to whip up a couple of batches to keep the troops happy.
Easter is a great excuse to indulge in chocolate and these cupcakes are no exception. Not only are they pretty but everyone will love finding the hidden caramel filled chocolate egg in the middle!
It’s easy to understand why friands are popular in cafes as they are so delicate and light. In our version the boysenberries pair well with chocolate, tart yet sweet the perfect combination! Looking for a gluten free option? Check out our easy 'make it gluten free' tip.
It’s hard to resist a tasty savoury scone. These ones are light, fluffy and full of flavour. Perfect for a morning tea, served warm with a generous spread of butter. The combination of Wattie’s Cream Style Corn, cheese and bacon are a winning combination.
Bursting with sweet peach and tangy lemon flavours this flan is our pick for a go-to dessert this summer. With only 4 ingredients it’s super easy and looks impressive. Trust us, the guests won’t be disappointed with a slice (or two!) of this.
It’s no secret we love Wattie’s canned peaches, it’s the flavour of summer captured in the can. Another great way to enjoy them is in this deliciously moist cake topped with a delicate orange butter cream icing. It’s perfect for a special afternoon tea or celebration.
This upside cake makes the most of the intense flavour and colour of Wattie’s Black Doris Plums, beautifully displayed on top when turned out. We love to serve it with Greek-style yoghurt, which goes perfectly with the flavours of the cinnamon and plums.
With just four ingredients this slice is so simple to make and it’s a twist on the traditional bacon and egg pie. For the perfect mouthful every time simply spread tomato sauce directly onto the base before cooking. For tomato sauce lovers don’t forget to serve extra on the side!
Packed full of great flavours and textures this salad is super easy to assemble. Wattie’s Baby Beetroot is a clever addition, no grating or pink hands! We love to serve this with BBQ meats and it’s also delicious with fish.
One ingredient is all it takes to make this sorbet. Only Wattie’s dark and juicy Black Doris Plums provide the tart but sweet and amazingly intense flavour. Perfect by itself or for something more decadent try serving with a slice of rich chocolate brownie.
Impressive. Simple. Delicious. You just can’t beat the combination of meringues, marshmallows, boysenberries and yoghurt. This dessert can be whipped up in minutes using every day ingredients. Layer it to suit your tastes and enjoy the compliments!
Using a ready roasted chicken makes this the perfect go-to meal when you’re in a hurry. Assembled in about 15 minutes the hardest thing is deciding what order to place your ingredients on the tortilla!
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!
These look impressive but are super easy to make with the help of Mediterranean Sundried Tomato Chunky Dip. It only takes four simple ingredients to create these delicate pastry tartlets - Bellissimo!
Quinoa (kin-wah) is a gluten free grain which is becoming increasingly popular. Used here with Mediterranean Basil Pesto Chunky Dip for a clever twist on a classic Middle Eastern salad. Full of fresh flavours and great textures it’s great served with grilled or barbecued meats.
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- New Eta Thick ‘n Creamy Mayo is made using whole eggs which makes it the perfect mayo to dollop on your burger or use as a dip for wedges and fries.