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Bills Food by Bill Granger

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  • Buttermilk pancakes

    • Melanie on January 01, 2012

      p13. Great pancake recipe. Plums are for serving only - I haven't used them before.

  • Crab and asparagus risotto

    • wodtke on April 23, 2016

      Easy recipe that works well if you have good-quality crab meat. I used the meat from 1 1/2 Dungeness crabs, which are in season here in the San Francisco bay area, and the risotto was luxuriously full of crab. It is asparagus season too, so the key ingredients were first-rate.

  • Zucchini fritters with yoghurt sauce

    • saintjames on February 02, 2014

      Served with Greek salad on page 59

  • Spicy roast pumpkin, feta and olive salad

    • Melanie on January 01, 2012

      p72. This salad also tastes good if made with Italian herbs and without the dressing.

  • Choc oatmeal cookies

    • LisaR12 on September 03, 2015

      added white chocolate chunks too... very tasty

    • aargle on November 04, 2013

      This is a very easy delicious cookie, perfect for lunchboxes

  • Plum and vanilla cake

    • mondraussie on September 28, 2014

      too wet.. too much butter!!

  • Coconut blackberry slice

    • lilham on August 04, 2017

      I make this every year with blackberries foraged in my neighbourhood.

  • Corn fritters with sweet chilli sauce

    • aargle on November 04, 2013

      These are great as finger food with a drink. I use rice flour to make them gluten free and more crispy. Have made them many times

    • Smittieg on May 12, 2012

      Really, really tasty. I prefer more corn to mix, so omitted the second quantity of flour. It is also a good idea to beat the egg white until stiff and gently fold this in at the end for extra lightness.

  • Garlic prawns

    • LisaR12 on December 31, 2012

      nice, i think by baking it ( as opposed to quick stir fry) you still get the taste of the garlic but with a softer edge. Simple and easy to do

  • Glazed honey and soy chicken with sweet chilli sauce

    • wodtke on September 21, 2014

      This dish is not very hard to make at all, but makes an impressive plate, what with the add-ins and sauce alongside the chicken, which itself is nicely glazed because of the honey in the marinade -- which, by the way, is itself delicious.

  • Grilled chicken with spicy coconut sauce

    • Melanie on January 01, 2012

      p135. This dish was great. I also used bok choy to boost the veggie intake.

  • Glazed salmon with warm broccolini

    • aargle on April 12, 2016

      I made this again last night after not having made it for 10 years. It's as delicious as I remember, very easy for a midweek meal.

    • katieate on May 02, 2011

      so easy to do and delicious. i don't make the dressing, i usually just cook the marinade and use that as a sauce

  • Baked risotto with zucchini, tomato and Parmesan

    • Melanie on January 01, 2012

      p148. The zucchini didn't cook enough for my liking. I added extra water and covered the dish again to steam it for longer. Alternatively, could pan fry at start of recipe. I would make this again though.

    • Arokina on June 03, 2018

      Very easy to make and result was great. Definitely making it again. I used Japanese Niigata medium grain rice for this and it was good.

  • Pan-fried fish with spicy green salad and sweet and sour dressing

    • Deb_ on July 31, 2011

      Simple and easy, yet restaurant quality flavours. I've made it regularly since the first time several years ago, when it blew me away. I usually have it with salmon fillets these days, but it works well with any grilled fish.

    • LisaR12 on January 18, 2013

      made it with snapper. nice and fresh. easy to make.. i just did my own salad.

  • Chocolate self-saucing pudding

    • Melanie on January 01, 2012

      p167. These puddings taste really nice. Worth pulling the electric beaters out for this one to make sure the ingredients are fully combined.

  • Passionfruit puddings

    • Melanie on January 01, 2012

      p176. Use canned passionfruit pulp. Worked very well!

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  • ISBN 10 1903992397
  • ISBN 13 9781903992395
  • Published Oct 03 2002
  • Format Paperback
  • Page Count 192
  • Language English
  • Countries United Kingdom
  • Publisher Murdoch Books
  • Imprint Murdoch Books

Publishers Text

Following the huge success of his Sydney Food, chef and restaurateur Bill Granger returns with a very personal recipe collection to cater for all occasions, from a lazy breakfast to a relaxed family brunch to dinner with friends. Bill's trademark is simple, stylish market-fresh food that appeals to the eye and the palate, and his new collection really captures the tastes and flavours of contemporary Sydney.

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