Fast & Fabulous Week Night Wonders


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Salmon and Prawn Pasta with Leeks Tomato and Dill


Spicy Asian Slaw Salad



Easy Guacamole Dip with Homemade Pita Chips


Beef Wellington


Greek Deep Fried Olives



Layered Mexican Dip Recipe with Homemade Pita Chips



Salmon and Dill Loaf


Slow Cooked Lamb with Vegetables and Pearl Barley


Best Spaghetti Bolognese Recipe

Glazed Ham with Guinness, Pineapple Juice and Marmalade



Healthy Chicken with Leeks Tomatoes and Olives








Home Made Bread with Ham, Tomato Bocconcini and Basil



Chicken and Vegetable Medallions Sous Vide Style





Easy Prawn Wontons


Salmon and Leek Quiche Without Cream



Ginger Chicken with Lemon Grass, Snow Peas and Almonds


Creamed Corn and Chicken Soup with Lemon Grass


Roast Lamb with a Jam Glaze


Artichoke Dip


Roasted Figs with Prosciutto and Danish Feta


Thai Style Pancakes


Oriental Chicken Salad




BBQ Prawns with Lime Chilli Salt


Asian Pasta Salad


Easy Prawn Appetiser


Vietnamese Beef Noodle Soup



On the table in 15 minutes










Honey Soy Chicken (only 3 ingredients)


Slow Cooked Lamb Shanks with Lentils


Prosciutto, Roast Tomato & Rocket
Spaghetti with Danish Feta


Schezuan Malaysian Eggplant


Atlantic Salmon with Ginger 
and a Slimmers  Salad

Easy Quiche Lorraine

Spicy Chicken Balls with 
Asian Dipping Sauce


BBQ Asian Style Whole Baby Snapper















Fabulous teamed with Fish or any meat




















8 comments :

  1. Ive made about six of your recipes so far and they are just wonderful. Im going to make the green prawn curry tonight. Your styling and ideas are so nice,I really enjoy your blog (especially being a Northern Beaches girl) and thank you for inspiring me to cook, and style my house. You are inspiring.

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    1. Thanks Alison
      You have made my day
      Carolyn

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  2. My goodness - yum! I think I need to bookmark this page. I hate trying to think what to cook each night. Thanks! ;-)

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  3. This is fabulous! Makes navigating for dummies heaps easier! ;-) Thanks Carolyn. Hx

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    1. Thanks Heather Glad you like it.
      Carolyn

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  4. All look so yummy! But how do I open up the recipe?
    I am wanting to bring stunning dishes to France when I entertain as it is a fool's path to try making French dishes for French guests.
    I have a little apartment in the Loire which I visit for three months each year and then it open to guests, so if you are wanting to escape go to www.loirevillageescape.com I am Aussie and I love renting to Aussies.

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    1. Hi Sunny
      To open the recipes click on the title.
      Happy living in France

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