VEGETABLE PANCAKES

I can’t decide if these are pancakes or patties as there doesn’t seem enough flour in them to make them pancakes.  Don’t really think it matters though as it still a great way to eat vegetables.

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JUMBUCK STEW

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.

FARMERS SAUSAGE CASSEROLE

The only part of this recipe that I’m unsure of is the packet of hearty beef soup.  It does say you can substitute a can of condensed hearty beef soup, but I’m not sure that beef stock and extra vegetables, carrots or celery, mightn’t be a better way to go.

PUMPKIN FRUIT CAKE

I’ve posted recipes for lots of different fruit cakes since I started this blog, but have just realized that a Pumpkin Fruit Cake recipe is missing from the collection.  Mum and I have both made the pumpkin version over the years, we didn’t use wholemeal flour, but either way the pumpkin is a nice touch to the traditional cake.

PORK BALL

To be honest I can’t decide if this recipe would taste great or not.  The pork mince, bacon, egg, pine nut filling sounds good, but the pumpkin and potato topping could make it stodgy.  Mum must have thought it sounded alright or she wouldn’t have kept it, if you try it out let me know how it goes.

Pork Ball

PORK VEGETABLE CURRY

This is a bit more modern curry recipe than Mum originally made.  Mum made curries using just curry powder and nothing as fancy as red lentils and coriander, but I think this recipe appealed to her as it had pumpkin and cauliflower in it, vegetables she really liked.

Pork Vegetable Curry