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Green bean and almond salad recipe

Green bean and almond salad #beans #recipe #garden #aboutthegard

Fresh green beans should be celebrated al naturale. Try this lightly seasoned bean and almond side dish and celebrate spring! Ingredients 1 tablespoon of olive oil 1/2 cup flaked almonds 2 shallots, cut on the long angle 1 tablespoon of lemon juice 1 tablespoon of grated ginger 300g dwarf beans, tipped 1 tablespoon of capers, drained salt & pepper to ... Read More »

Chicken & Pea Curried Pastizzi

Chicken and Pea Curried Pastizzi #recipe #garden #aboutthegarden

Chicken & Pea Curried Pastizzi Ingredients 1 tablespoon of olive oil 1 brown onion, finely cropped 3 garlic cloves, crushed 250g chicken or lamb mince 2 teaspoons of curry powder 1/4 cup water 1 cup of fresh or frozen peas 2 tablespoons of mango chutney 4 sheets puff pastry, thawed 1 egg, lightly beaten Method Heat oil in a frying ... Read More »

Fig Crumble Dessert Recipe

Fig Crumble dessert #recipe #garden #aboutthegarden.com.au.indd

Fig Crumble Dessert Try fig crumble as an alternative to the more traditional apple crumble. As the cooler nights start to set in whip up this dish to warm the soul.  Ingredients Filling 8 – 10 Figs Castor sugar Crumble topping 1/2 cup self raising flour* 1/2 cup brown sugar 60g butter Walnuts *Self raising flour gives the dish a more puffy ... Read More »

Easy Bird Seed Hanging Feeder to make

Bird Seed Hanging Feeder recipe #garden aboutthegarden.com.au.in

Bird Seed Hanging Feeder Want to attract more birds to your garden? Here is an easy and quick recipe to whip up in the kitchen and hang in your favourite tree. Make a cup of coffee and watch your feathered friends come to visit. Ingredients 2 x 50g gelatine packets 250ml water 2 or 3 cups of bird seed Oil ... Read More »

Fig and Blue Vein Cheese Starter

Fig Blue Vein Cheese Starters recipe #garden aboutthegarden.com.

Fig & Blue Vein Cheese Starter This quick starter takes no time to prepare when guests are about to arrive. The combined fresh flavour of the fig and strong sharp tang of the Blue Vein cheese make it perfect also to serve after the main course.  STEPS 1. On halved figs, top with a wedge of blue cheese and roasted ... Read More »

Cranberry & pistachio biscotti

Cranberry and Pistachio biscotti recipe #garden aboutthegarden.c

This easy to bake nibbly is perfect to bring along as a gift to friend and family gathering or to share over a coffee with friends. Ingredients 1 1/4 cups plain flour 1/2 cup self raising flour 3/4 cup castor sugar 2 teaspoons of grated lemon rind 2/3 cup pistachios 2/3 cup dried cranberries 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract 2 eggs ... Read More »

Tuscan Chicken Bake Recipe

recipe tuscan chicken bake healthy vegetables

INGREDIENTS 1kg chicken thighs 125g whole cherry tomatoes  zucchinis, cut into wedges 100g mushrooms, sliced Dutch carrots, whole eshallots, chopped finely Tuscan spice seasoning olive oil rosemary to garnish Method Line tray with baking paper. Place the chicken thighs at the bottom. Scatter creatively tomatoes, zucchinis, mushrooms, carrots over the chicken. Sprinkle over chicken and vegetables generous amounts of Tuscan ... Read More »

Recipe Apple & Strawberry Clafoutis

recipe Apple & Strawberry Clafoutis about the garden magazine

It’s a little bit of comfort food from the garden. Delicious served warm or cold with pure cream (is your mouth watering yet?!), Apple & Strawberry Clafoutis is the must back winter sweet dish.  Recipe by Louise Dolben from Urunga Riverside Markets Ingredients Serves 6-8 1 cup white sugar 1 1/2 cups peeled and diced granny smith apple 1 1/2 ... Read More »

Recipe Valda’s Homemade Lemon Butter Spread

recipe lemon butter homemade preserve spread tastes like citrus tart

If you are a sucker for anything citrus, you HAVE to try this recipe. It is ‘oh soooooo delicious’ you will just want to eat it by the spoon full. Lovely served on bite sized baked biscuit bases or spread on toast, Valda’s Lemon Butter can not be surpassed.  This recipe is shared by our magazine reader Carolyn, who share’s with ... Read More »

Recipe Fresh Home Baked Berry Danish

recipe home baked fresh berry danish

If you love a little bakery treat (who doesn’t enjoy fresh baked goods – yum), you maybe pleasantly surprised at how easy it is to make your own berry danishes at home. The best thing about home baked berry danish is, you can significantly decrease the amount of sugar used, whilst increasing the berry filling. Berries in general are quite sweet ... Read More »