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Ripe Recipes: A Fresh Batch by Angela Redfern

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  • Beef and olive empanadas

    • DulcieD on April 20, 2015

      Made for me fab! Need to make sure pastry circles not too small

  • Peri peri chicken skewers with tahini and avocado dip

    • ithyt on September 06, 2015

      4.14 Great way to cook chicken skewers. Flavours ok - could use method w different flavours. Dip yum.

  • Smoked babaghanoush

    • ithyt on September 06, 2015

      1.15 Tasty - makes heaps.

  • Pork and ginger dumplings

    • ithyt on September 06, 2015

      1.15 Scrummy - makes loads. I froze mixture to use again another day.

    • DulcieD on April 20, 2015

      Easy and very nice. Make double for freezer. And make extra nuts for snack with a cuppa tea

  • Prawn, caramelised cashew and mango dumplings

    • ithyt on September 06, 2015

      1.15 H and I preferred the Pork and Ginger to this flavour.

  • Salmon hash cakes

    • DulcieD on September 14, 2013

      Forgot fresh salmon so made this with tinned, I know sacrilege ! But still really good.

  • Ripe red quinoa salad

    • ithyt on September 06, 2015

      12.13 Had to substitute quite a bit. Dressing great - yummy healthy salad. 4.14 Yummy again 1.5 x the dressing. Edamame add great colour.

  • Raw broccoli, cranberry and pine nut

    • ithyt on September 06, 2015

      6.15 Scrummy - I cut back on nuts and mayo - was fine. Could almost of had one other head of broc depending on size.

    • DulcieD on September 14, 2013

      Trying to be a bit healthy I halved the mayo it was still fab. I make extra to use as a side dish through out the week.

  • African wild rice

    • ithyt on September 06, 2015

      6.13 Need to try again.

    • RosieB on October 05, 2015

      I made this dish again but with Chorizo. It was as good as the first time I made it. The Ripe books are two of the most used cook books in my library. The recipes are all delicious.

    • RosieB on August 09, 2015

      This was delicious and looked fantastic. I made it for a sunday night light dinner but it would be equally good as part of a shared plate. There were no left overs!

  • Big fat eggplant and chickpea

    • ithyt on September 06, 2015

      4.15 Quite different but tasty.

  • Caramelised beetroot and bulghar wheat pilaf

    • ithyt on September 06, 2015

      11.13 Could double beetroot - plenty of spice mix.

  • Coronation chicken with orecchiette pasta

    • ithyt on September 06, 2015

      4.15 Used a whole box (500g) of orzo - made a huge salad - yummy.

  • Chocolate cherry cheesecake

    • ithyt on September 06, 2015

      6.13 Very rich - definitely needs the cherries.

  • Rhubarb and gingernut baked cheesecake

    • Fiona on July 29, 2013

      This was absolutely fantastic - I love the combination of rhubarb and ginger, often stew them together (Melissa Clark) so when I saw them combined in a cheesecake I couldn't go past it. I hadn't made a cheesecake for years, wasn't even sure if I still liked them, but this reminded me what a good cheesecake should taste like. Only thing I would have done differently is cook a bit more rhubarb to go on the top.

  • Pink powder-puff cake

    • ithyt on September 06, 2015

      2.14 Made for AK's bday - scrummy - v much a dessert.

  • Ripe's shepherd's pie

    • RosieB on February 11, 2016

      I made this with some cooked goat meat which I minced adding it as per the recipe but I did not cook it for long before putting into a baking dish and topping with potatoe and cheese. It was a great recipe to use up left over cooked meat. The flavours were great.a good comfort food dish.

  • Cashew and honey crusted pork fillet

    • DulcieD on April 20, 2015

      Great with fresh crunchy steamed veges but I like my meat hot / warm so would not rest for full 10mins

  • Macaroni and cheese

    • DulcieD on April 20, 2015

      Not cheesy enough for me, will add sharper cheese nest time, as well as adding a little more bacon

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Reviews about this book

  • Beatties Cookbook Blog

    Since Ripe first opened, the vibrant delicatessen has gained a reputation for creating healthy, delicious homemade style food using free-farmed, free-range products and the best of local ingredients.

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  • ISBN 10 0992249309
  • ISBN 13 9780992249304
  • Published Apr 01 2013
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 264
  • Language English
  • Countries New Zealand
  • Publisher Beatnik Publishing
  • Imprint Beatnik Publishing

Publishers Text

The second cookbook from the chefs at Auckland's famous Ripe Deli.

Following the success of their 2010 recipe book Ripe Recipes ' A good reason for keeping it in season', the good people at Ripe Deli have whipped up a new collection of recipes you can make at home. This time it's all about health but not at the expense of taste! Delicious recipes, bursting with flavour and goodness, plus some purely decadent treats just for fun.

Ripe Deli has established a reputation among food lovers for preparing some of the most healthy and flavoursome dishes in town.

Have some fun with the themed sections including Mexican fiesta, high tea, dinner parties, Christmas menu and cheesecake Tuesday.

Ripe Recipes: A Fresh Batch is another must-have for your kitchen!



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