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Every Day by Bill Granger

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  • Baked beans

    • Deb_ on February 19, 2011

      Best brekky beans, use lots of bacon and fresh thyme sprigs.

  • Sweet and sour cabbage

    • Cati on February 05, 2017

      Page 69. This time left out red onion, garlic, cumin and brown sugar. Instead added a handful of sultanas to the red cabbage. Excellent.

  • Zucchini fritters with mint

    • Cati on December 07, 2011

      This recipe cooks zuccini to soften before adding to flour and egg batter

  • Lime, paprika and honey glazed chicken

    • Jebesky on November 08, 2010

      Peel the limes before adding to the baking dish. Otherwise the pith makes the whole dish bitter.

    • redjanet on December 27, 2012

      This was an okay dish of juicy roasted chicken legs with Asian influenced flavourings. With such ingredients as garlic, ginger and honey added to the chicken stock that the meat was cooked in, I expected this to have a bigger, bolder flavour than it did. It was a bit bland, really, but overall still pleasant enough to eat.

    • bvkastel on October 12, 2016

      Due to unforeseen circumstances, I could not start eating after the dish was ready, so I decided to leave it into the oven for 1 more hour while the oven was put off and losing temperature. I think this made the dish even better.

  • Caramel salmon

    • rej on January 09, 2011

      Delicious and easy - on his TV show he garnishes with chilli, shallots and coriander.

    • redjanet on December 27, 2012

      This was really good. I had my doubts about it staying intact when my salmon cubes started falling apart a bit in the frying pan, but the flavour of the sauce was so good that it didn't matter that they were a tiny bit crumbly. Except for the red onion, I halved this recipe as I was just cooking for two, and the sauce, which was basically garlic, soy sauce, fish sauce, sugar and lime juice, tasted great. I even used light soy sauce instead of dark as that was all I had. This went perfectly with steamed basmati rice and I'll definitely be making it again as it's a very tasty, quick meal that is perfect for weeknights.

  • Stir-fried chicken with peanuts and cucumber

    • redjanet on December 27, 2012

      I'd never used cucumbers in a stir-fry before and wasn't sure if I'd like the taste, but they added a nice crunch and delicate flavour to this healthy, summery dish. The sauce, which was Chinese rice wine, soy sauce, sesame oil, cornflour, caster sugar and probably something else I'm forgetting added a nice amount of flavour. The cucumbers and peppers made this pretty to look at and the chopped peanuts added at the end gave it an extra dimension of flavour and texture.

  • Sausages with caramelized onions and Parmesan mash

    • redjanet on December 27, 2012

      This was okay, but I did this according to the recipe, expecting the red onions covered in brown sugar, olive oil, red wine vinegar and season to get more caramelised and the sauce to go syrupy. That didn't really happen and the sauce was very thin. The onions tasted nice and went well with the sausages, as did the extra ingredient of parmesan in my mash, but this wasn't particularly memorable.

  • Creamy mushroom and prosciutto pasta

    • seherhussain on September 30, 2011

      yummy! make sure to save pasta cooking water to loosen the dish at the end

  • Chickpea, burghul and parsley salad with marinated lamb

    • Dishyrishie on April 03, 2015

      Lamb was great. Add some tomato to the salad and go lighter on the pomegranate molasses (to taste).

    • nforsythstock on November 19, 2012

      Made this with goat from our farm. Great dish

  • Fragrant chicken and spinach curry

    • j_h on February 16, 2017

      serve with natural yoghurt

  • Pan-fried fish with lime and chilli slaw

    • Hellyloves2cook on August 06, 2016

      Made this last night using salmon fillet instead. The slaw was really delicious and zingy and complimented the fish. Easy to make. I prepared the veggies for the slaw and using my clean hands mushed them up a little just to release some of the juices... not too much for about 15 seconds .. then, I added the dressing. Served with a little brown rice on the side. Will most definitely make this again... The slaw was the highlight of this meal.

  • Broccolini and tofu sambal

    • Hellyloves2cook on August 07, 2016

      A very quick easy supper dish. I prepared the tofu the night before by pressing it with a heavy cast iron casserole dish( to remove the excess water) for a few hours and then popped it into the fridge overnight. I find this helps the tofu to brown when frying. Once that is done ,and you have the rice doing its thing and almost ready ... this dish takes no time at all. I wasn't sure what to expect. It looked a little dry so I added about 100mls water to the pan. The flavours were there and the sambal oelek gave it a nice warmth without it being so spicy that my 12 yr old would complain. Another BG winner.

  • White bean, tuna and lemon salad

    • Hellyloves2cook on October 16, 2012

      Easy,quick to made using store cupboard standbys. Often make this for the kids to put in their lunch boxes. Nice to add celery to also.

  • Real muesli bars

    • Hellyloves2cook on August 06, 2016

      I make these a lot. But I add 1/2cup of peanut butter with the sweetener and oil and sugar while heating....as Bill Granger did on his tv show/dvd.. when he showed how to make these. Not sure why it wasn't included in the book.. as the recipe is exactly the same minus the peanut butter. I have also made these using buckwheat flakes and raw groats to make them gluten free ( I am gluten free and cannot tolerate oats) but my kids like the regular oat version. Easy to make and delicious. Also great bashed up to use as granola which i then sore in a glass jar. Can also substitute honey for rice bran syrup ... which I have also done.

  • Chocolate hazelnut ricotta cake with cinnamon poached figs

    • fgavin on April 28, 2014

      This was nice enough but has a strange texture which is not at all cake-like.

  • Oven-baked chicken and asparagus risotto

    • bvkastel on October 05, 2016

      I cooked this fantastic dish October 2016. My wife would have liked the asparagus to be cooked a little bit more.

  • Paella

    • ithyt on September 27, 2015

      7.15 Made quite a few substitutes - yum & tasty.

  • Apple, dried cherry and almond loaf

    • lou_weez on January 19, 2017

      I make this every time we go camping or to a holiday house and everybody loves it. As I can't be bothered to source dried cherries I substitute whatever dried fruits I have in the pantry and it always turns out beautifully. It will last for 5 days.

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  • ISBN 10 1740458583
  • ISBN 13 9781740458580
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  • Published Nov 01 2006
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 256
  • Language English
  • Countries Australia
  • Publisher Murdoch Books
  • Imprint Murdoch Books

Publishers Text

"Every Day" applies Bill's straightforward yet stylish approach to cooking behind the scenes in his home kitchen. "Every Day" takes you through a typical week in the Granger household, from packed school lunches on Tuesday, to a Friday night dinner for friends and on to a relaxed big breakfast on Sunday. Interspersed throughout in this title are recipes for freezer essentials that can be prepared ahead, healthy alternatives to fast food and easy ideas for entertaining. Menu suggestions are provided for a variety of occasions. "Every Day" has a fresh and dynamic feel, with stunning reportage-style photographs of food being prepared, cooked and enjoyed in Bill's home kitchen in the Sydney beachside suburb of Tamarama.

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