You can tell this an 80s recipe by the lovely wooden bowl and spoon in the picture. Not convinced that the spoon would be much good for getting the casserole out of the bowl though. Think a more modern metal one would do a far better job.
Everyone has a quick pasta recipe these days and at first glance this one doesn’t seem all that unusual, but back when Mum cut this one out it was a fairly new idea for her. At that time the only pasta dish she made spaghetti bolognese.
This is another no-pastry quiche which Mum collected from the New Idea. I’m not sure what the difference between a quiche without pastry and a frittata is. I suspect it’s just the country it’s made in – Quiche, Australia – Frittata, Italy. What do you think?
This is a bit more modern curry recipe than Mum originally made.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.
I think Mum taught me well, because like her when I’m entertaining I always like to have everything prepared in advance and leave only a few things to be done when the guests arrive. What I like about this recipe is that you can prepare the chicken up to stage 4 and then cook and serve the rolls when your guests arrive. It would work well with either a salad or vegetables and that makes it very versatile.