I like this idea of a bun filled with bacon, eggs, onion and cheese. I think it could also be good cold, but then I love cold egg and bacon pie – especially at a picnic.
No, this isn’t a recipe for just chocolate macaroons – it’s actually a chocolate dessert with macaroons on top. It’s a new one to me. It’s cooked in individual souffle dishes with a chocolate crumb base, a rich chocolate/coffee sauce and topped with coconut macaroons. Definitely one for the chocolate lovers.
Served with lashings of cream this combination of a chocolate brownie in a pastry case would be pretty delicious, although I’m guessing it would be fairly rich – maybe just a small slice?
Mum seems to have collected a lot of booklets from Sun Rice Australia I suspect she went to one of their cooking demonstrations. This recipe has a great combination of rice, spices and seafood all in a coconut sauce. It’s a meal in itself.
As a child I loved going to stay at my Auntie Elsie’s as she would always make salmon patties for me, I loved them. I’ve never managed to make any as good as hers and they certainly weren’t as fancy as these ones that John West published years later. The closest here is the Australian version minus the corn or lemon.
I know it’s lazy but I think being able to buy frozen sheets of pastry is a wonder of modern baking. Although I don’t usually buy wholemeal sheets I do think they would work really well in this tandoori flavoured chicken and vegetable roll.
It looks like Mum must have chopped this recipe off the back of a packet of Sunbeam raisins. It’s not a particularly unusual recipe but the combination of chocolate and raisins always works – the cinnamon is an extra touch.