Casseroles: Delicious One-Pot Wonders by Australian Women's Weekly

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  • KarinaFrancis on July 07, 2015

    I love this book (as I do many of my AWW titles), I learned to cook using these books and there are recipes in this one that I go back to time and time again. I have the old cover too

  • CindyinOttawa on April 06, 2014

    Actual cover for this ISBN is different.

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  • Chicken, date and honey tagine

    • KarinaFrancis on July 07, 2015

      Many years ago, this was the first tagine I ever made, and I still love this recipe. It might not be all that authentic, but its very tasty and quick to prepare

  • Herb-seasoned chicken with beer

    • KarinaFrancis on July 07, 2015

      Not sure what went wrong here but, this one was a fail, or maybe I used the wrong beer? I used VB (in my defense I was much younger then). It might be nicer with a better beer?

  • Kumara-topped lamb

    • KarinaFrancis on July 07, 2015

      The topping alone is reason to make this one. I've used it on other casseroles too.

  • Lamb with redcurrant and red wine sauce

    • CindyinOttawa on February 19, 2017

      Lamb with Redcurrant and Red Wine Sauce (page 66) is fabulous. I adapted it for the slow cooker by browning the lamb, putting all the other ingredients in the slow cooker, putting the lamb on top and glazing with cranberries or cranberry/sherry preserves instead of red currant jelly. Started cooking on high, then reduced temperature to low. Cooked for 7 hours.

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  • ISBN 10 1863960430
  • ISBN 13 9781863960434
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  • Published Dec 01 1995
  • Format Paperback
  • Page Count 128
  • Language English
  • Countries Australia
  • Publisher ACP Publishing Pty Ltd
  • Imprint ACP Publishing Pty Ltd

Publishers Text

"Casseroles" feature in every cook's repertoire. They are fuss-free, flavoursome and always popular. Steaming one-pot wonders, these days, are brimming with many new flavour combinations, but traditional hearty fare is just as tempting. Some of our recipes for chicken, seafood and vegetarian are really quick, taking under 30 minutes to cook. To make this book even more helpful, there are ideas for cooking-ahead and freezing. It is a bonus when you're too busy to cook during the week.

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