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Easy Weekends: Food by Neil Perry by Neil Perry

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  • Passionfruit tart

    • debkellie on May 28, 2013

      Having made this over the weekend, the filling quantity actually makes way more filling than is needed for one 26cm/ 2 cm tin, indeed enough for two! Heston Blumenthal has a similar recipe, and recommends 70°C as an ideal "wobble" point (as read with a temperature probe). I turned my extra filling also into a lovely ice cream: add equal quantity of thick cream (45% fat) to leftover filling and churn.

  • Sauté of chicken, garlic, olives, capers and red wine vinegar

    • jck99nz on October 15, 2016

      Really nice recipe. I tried buying skin-on, bone-in thighs but butcher said there was no demand! Had to settle for no-bone, skin-off. I compensated by frying the garlic in olive oil for 5-6 minutes before adding chicken thighs. Also, only had cherry tomatoes. Didn't bother peeling, just halved them. Otherwise, followed recipe and it was excellent. Served with a spinach/mesclun salad, balsamic/olive oil/ mustard dressing, and some ciabatta.

  • Goat and onion curry

    • Dishyrishie on March 18, 2017

      Too oniony and not enough complexity in the flavours. There are much better goat curries out there.

  • Corn on the cob with cheese and lime

    • e_ballad on January 11, 2018

      Very tasty, even though I had to sub paprika for cayenne pepper due to my family’s preferences. I can highly recommend a good slug of sriracha if you’re in the same predicament!

  • Spicy salmon salad

    • lou_weez on October 25, 2018

      This was a delicious light dinner for the four of us. I omitted some of the chill so the kids would eat it.

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  • ISBN 10 1742669735
  • ISBN 13 9781742669731
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  • Published Nov 01 2012
  • Format Paperback
  • Page Count 240
  • Language English
  • Countries Australia
  • Publisher Murdoch Books (AU)

Publishers Text

As Australia’s best known chef, Neil Perry is often associated with the food served at his successful restaurants around Australia, from the flagship contemporary Australian fine diner Rockpool, to his popular Rockpool Bar & Grill steakhouses and the Asian flavours of Spice Temple. However this book is a celebration of cooking at home, with more than 100 recipes that focus on flavoursome food for any weekend occasion. Whether you’re looking for an easy and delicious family stir-fry on a Friday night, clever ideas for Saturday dinner party menus, or preparing a slow-cooked Sunday feast for friends, this book has an inspiring and accessible recipe for you.



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