I confess to liking salmon, whether it’s smoked, baked, grill or even tinned, so that’s probably why I really like this salmon pate. You need to use red salmon to get a good flavour, that makes it a little more expensive, but it does make a good amount. As it says it’s quick, easy to make and everyone seems to like it. Also, leftovers are great on toast this next morning!!!
This comes from a Woman’s Day Upper Crust Treats segment. It’s a quite hearty vegetarian casserole, but I think non-vegetarians will enjoy it as well, especially the crusty topping.
I was looking for something to make to take on a picnic and found this recipe. This size is meant to be served warm with drinks, but I think larger ones would be OK to eat cold at a picnic, so I might give them a go.
A couple of years ago my youngest son had a great holiday in Tasmania and came back with several bottles of a new cider he’d discovered – Pagan Cider. Since then we always have a few bottles in the fridge, one of which I’m now going to use to try this chicken recipe – guess I’d better make it when he’s coming for dinner.
This is a favourite lamb casserole of mine, I’ve been making for years. The curry powder, ginger and sauces work really well together with the lamb and the pumpkin. It’s very tasty combination.
I found this recipe in the collection and thought it would make a very hearty vegetarian dish and then realised it would also work as a gluten free dish. The rice/egg/parsley base is a good substitute for flour based pastry.
This salmon recipe says it’s good hot or cold. Cold it could good for picnics or even school or work lunches.