Green Galette

This recipe was based on one I saw on Food52. While they used Swiss chard I used a mixture of chard (or Silverbeet), kale and leeks, but spinach, rocket and even broccoli would all work. 2 tablespoons olive oil ½ onion Salt to taste 2 cloves garlic 1 leek 1 bunch silverbeet, stems removed (about…

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Satay Vegetable Filo Parcels

(vegetarian, dairy free) Everyone loves satay and this easy sauce paired with seasonal crunchy vegetables is sure to be a hit.  For this recipe we wrap the vegetables in filo pastry but the mix can easily be made into a simple meal with the addition of rice or noodles. The vegetables you use are pretty…

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Broccoli & Orecchiette

Years ago I worked in a small Italian restaurant in Melbourne called Ecco. If I worked a lunch shift it came with the reward of sitting down to lunch with a couple of locals for often dishes that weren’t on the menu but were always delicious. The key was they were simple and rustic Italian…

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Twice Baked Goats Cheese Soufflé

If the thought of making a soufflé gives you cold sweats my advice is give it a go!  They are not nearly that hard just be prepared to sit and enjoy them straight away.  So my second suggestion and recommendation for a great, no stress dinner party entrée is a twice baked soufflé. This recipes…

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Bubble & Squeak Fritters

These are a great way to use leftover mashed potato and or cooked vegetables. Have as a main served with winter salad greens like rocket or baby spinach and a punchy chutney or as brunch on the weekend with a poached egg. 600g or aprox. 3 med sized Potatoes (I used Agria) ½ leek, finely…

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Eggplant, chargrilled with miso and cheese

This great recipe comes from Sachie Nomura’s new book Sachie’s Kitchen Serves 4 I find the combination of miso and eggplant irresistible, and topping with cheese gives an extra rich flavour. For a different mix, try zucchini or steamed mussels instead of the eggplant.  Ingredients 2 eggplants, cut into 2cm thick slices 2–3 Tbsp oil…

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Mushroom Pasta

    Quick and easy this recipe wont take you long to whip up! Remember not to wash your mushrooms, they’re like sponges and will soak up the water, just wipe them with a damp piece of paper towel to remove any grit. Mushroom Spaghetti (Serves 2) 2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil 1 onion,…

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Little India’s Onion Bhajis

If you like onion rings then you are sure to love our Onion Bhajis.  This is a great snack to have any time of the day.  In India, Onion Bhajis are usually served first with a cup of chai when guests arrive. Serves 6 Ingredients 2 onions, thinly sliced ½ tsp carom seeds ½ tsp…

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Savoury Pumpkin Tart with Sauteed Mushrooms

I serve the tart with pan fried mushrooms.  Simply melt some butter in a pan then add some chopped garlic and cut mushrooms. Cook for 2-3 minutes before adding a dash of white wine.  When the wine has evaporated add chopped parsley and season well. Shortcrust Pastry 12/3 cups flour 180g chilled butter Filling 1kg…

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Lentil Spaghetti

This recipe is from Emma Galloway’s cookbook “My Darling Lemon Thyme – Recipes from my real food kitchen”. The Nourish team are big fans of Emma’s having followed her blog for some time. Serves 3-4 Whenever I make my tomato + basil sauce in late summer/early autumn, I make it in bulk and stir cooked…

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