Langbein by Annabel Langbein and Rose Langbein

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  • Lime and sesame beef stir-fry

    • Jane on July 13, 2016

      Very quick and easy weeknight dinner. I didn't have bok choy so made it with just broccoli and snow peas and it was very good. Lime flavor really comes through.

    • Krisage on June 02, 2019

      We skipped the beef and stir-fried some mushrooms instead. Nice!

  • Braised oxtails with star anise

    • sir_ken_g on June 06, 2017

      Used free range stew meat. Very tasty.

  • Chicken laksa

    • Rinshin on November 25, 2016

      I made this using the turkey stock from the Thanksgiving Day turkey and leftover turkey meat. Otherwise I followed the recipe. Excellent flavor and so fresh tasting with all the fresh herbs, vegetables added on top. I'll be making this again. Perfect antidote to too much of carb heavy Thanksgiving dishes.

  • Baked chicken with cranberry glaze

    • Kirstin_the_Kiwi on April 26, 2019

      I tried to find cranberries but no luck so far so I used mango chutney instead. The dish was okay but not amazing

  • Italian jam tarts

    • luluf on July 16, 2020

      Not enough jam for the tart and I used a 23 cm tin. The pastry did not come together, I added a very small amount of extra olive oil but it was still crumbly. Unfortunately my jam set too much by the time I had the pastry ready so was quite hard to spread. It’s in the oven now. I’m not an expert baker but I have made pastry and tarts before. I don’t think I’ll be making this again, a bit of a disappointment but maybe it will taste ok

  • Beef lasagne

    • fairyduff on August 11, 2020

      The best version that I have found for making a lasagne from leftover Bolognese. Good instructions for the white sauce. Follow the instructions for the layers for best results.

  • Corn and feta fritters

    • fairyduff on March 07, 2021

      Skipped the mint and got a uncomplicated nursery-food version that suited my fussy eaters. (Sshhhh! don't tell them it had feta!). Nice and puffy, a basic pan-fritter with a bit of sweet (corn kernels) and a bit of salty (feta). Leftovers will do for lunchboxes. This one's a keeper.

  • Corn and quinoa bowl

    • kworrad on February 01, 2022

      https://www.langbein.com/recipes/corn-and-quinoa-bowl

  • One-ingredient banana ice cream

    • Ganga108 on January 20, 2022

      Recipe is in the video

  • Vegetable pakoras

    • Ganga108 on February 26, 2022

      A pretty classic recipe except she adds beer to the batter, for a very Australian/NZ touch.

  • Vegetarian hangover cure

    • Ganga108 on January 11, 2022

      This recipe does not exist at the link.

  • Tamari-roasted almonds

    • Ganga108 on February 14, 2022

      A quick snack for tonight - Elsewhere is called Soy-Roasted Nuts, from Annabel Langbein. I salted them as they came out of the oven as I thought they needed more than the tamari. More-ish.

  • Crostini with feta and slow-roasted tomatoes

    • Ganga108 on January 11, 2022

      This online recipe does not exist at this link.

  • Gorgonzola platter

    • Ganga108 on January 21, 2022

      It is too early for pears, so we used Summer fruits with oozy cheese and charcoal water crackers, for some Summer afternoon fun with friends.

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Publishers Text

For the past 30 years, Annabel Langbein has been a household name in New Zealand. Celebrated Kiwi cook and culinary queen, Annabel has published over 30 cookbooks, and co-produced three seasons of her award-winning television series. It’s always been Annabel’s mission to inspire others to cook simple, healthy meals. Her lighthearted down-to-earth approach, no-fail recipes, and kitchen tips have earned her a passionate international following.

Growing up in a culinary household, Rose has always been passionate about food and nature. Like many of her generation, Rose cares deeply about the environment and sustainability and spends as much of her time outdoors as possible — camping, hiking, and exploring the natural world.



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