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Marie Claire Flavours by Donna Hay

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  • Crisp salmon with minted broad bean salad

    • Hellyloves2cook on December 25, 2016

      Husband made this for Xmas day 2016. He made a big effort cooking from some of Donna Hays books. Preparing several meals to cater for peoples dietary needs. This he adapted slightly by the addition of some fresh peas to the broad beans as we happened to have some.

  • Soy and galangal fish

    • Hellyloves2cook on December 25, 2016

      Made this for Xmas Eve this year.(2016) Well, actually my husband made it. If you like these ingredients then I suggest you make this. It was absolutely delicious and even my 12yr old son who is not altogether embracing of food with chilli , gave this the thumbs up! Donna Hay never fails to deliver great recipes with taste without spending hours in the kitchen.

  • Chocolate pear cake

    • ithyt on September 27, 2015

      2.08 Really great dessert cake. Used raw sugar I/s of brown and only had 2 pears - mine sunk a bit but still tasted great.

  • Chocolate cookies

    • ithyt on September 27, 2015

      11.06 Very chocolatey & rich.

  • Pasta with basil and lemon

    • ithyt on September 27, 2015

      9.06 Very lemony - easy peasy - nice summery & light

  • Roasted vegetable salad with garlic dressing

    • ithyt on September 27, 2015

      10.10 Dressing divine! Would need to at least double for 4. I needed to roast veges for longer than 35 mins.

  • Seared beef and pickled red onion salad

    • Hellyloves2cook on December 25, 2016

      For all you onion fans... This is easy to make. Delivers an acidic punch but a sweetness too. So simple my 12 yrs old son made this! Served alongside beef for Xmas day 2016.

  • Vanilla plum tart

    • Eurydice on May 12, 2011

      Delicious way to use fresh plums. I prefer less sugar.

    • ithyt on September 27, 2015

      3.12 Could use halved wild plums - yum dessert.

  • Ginger-grilled beef with sweet potato salad

    • tui on January 03, 2013

      On the recommendation of a friend I made the sweet potato salad. When the kumara (sweet potato) was about half cooked I added some red onion wedges to the baking sheet. I served it with a lamb rack and green beans. It was excellent.

    • ithyt on September 27, 2015

      6.08 Halve the sauce for 2 people. Yum

  • Sticky chilli chicken

    • Eurydice on June 07, 2011

      I prefer rice wine or sherry to the vinegar.

    • mjrr on February 16, 2013

      This is absolutely delicious. It always seems to be just bubbling along and then at the end of the timing it suddenly goes sticky and syrupy. You must watch it closely at this stage or you could be ordering take out because the sticky chilli chicken got too stuck! The coriander is fantastic with it and you just need steamed rice and greens for a fabulous meal. I wish I had a dollar for every time I've made it for friends.

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  • Chocolate pear cake

    • Lisa Is Cooking

      With the fruit and caramel, the cake doesn’t stand a chance of becoming dry, and it didn’t last long enough to do so anyway.

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  • ISBN 10 0864119925
  • ISBN 13 9780864119926
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  • Published Oct 01 2000
  • Format Paperback
  • Page Count 192
  • Language English
  • Countries Australia
  • Publisher Murdoch Books
  • Imprint Murdoch Books


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