Recipe Ideas

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9 Responses to Recipe Ideas

  1. joan says:

    Hi there Jean Love your website and your course yesterday

    • Jean says:

      Thanks for coming to check it out Joan. The women’s centre short course was fun and the sculpted works are firing right now! leave me your email address on the website contact page and I’ll send more info about the workshop we talked about : ) Jean.

  2. Melita says:

    Cheese Muffins

    Whisk together:
    3 eggs
    300-500ml milk
    sweet chilli sauce/tobasco/chilli powder if desired

    In a large bowl:
    3 Cups flour
    3 heaped teaspoons of baking powder
    3 Cups grated cheese (I sometimes use a mixture of tasty and edam)
    salt and pepper
    And whatever you fancy ….. handful chopped parsley/spring onions/chives
    …… cooked bacon and onion …… diced chorizo and sundried tomato …… feta cheese and cooked diced spinach…..

    Add wet ingredients to dry and mix until just combined
    Spoon into well greased muffin tins
    Cook 200 -220 C for @15 mins

    Yum hot or cold.

  3. Ramz says:

    Chocolate Bubble Cakes
    250g vegetable shortening
    1 cup icing sugar
    1⁄4 cup cocoa
    4 cups cornflakes or puffed rice breakfast cereal
    1 cup coconut

    Put vegetable shortening in a medium saucepan. Cook over a low heat until melted.
    Sift icing sugar and cocoa together. Add sifted ingredients, puffed rice and coconut to saucepan, stirring until well combined. Spoon mixture evenly into 24 paper patty cases. Chill until firm.

    • Jean says:

      thank you for putting this one up. I made a batch and took them to my grand nieces birthday party. She and most of the children enjoyed them, later i made a batch for some adult friends and increased the amount of cocoa just to add abit more flavor-the adults enjoyed the flavor and the blast from the past! These rice bubble cakes take 10 minutes to make, are as easy as. I am interested to hear if other ingredients could be added to increase or change the flavor?

  4. Rozi says:

    Quick Onion Yoghurt Bread (Jo Seagers)


    3 cups self raising flour
    1 packet dried onion soup mix
    2 cups plain natural yoghurt (or buttermilk)
    1 tablespoon milk to brush top
    1 small red onion chopped finely



    Grease a 14×21 cm loaf pan. Mix the self raising flour and onion soup
    mix together. Add the yoghurt and red onion and mix to a soft sticky
    dough. Place in loaf tin and brush the top with milk. Bake for and
    hour at 180°C.

    Tip: gently mix till just combined. Don’t over mix. Put spoonfuls of mixture into tin rather then pouring into the tin so it gets evenly distributed.

    Cool on a wire rack.

    Enjoy :o)

  5. jeankahui says:

    Cheeky Cheese Scones
    sift into a large bowl:
    -3 cups of plain flour
    -3 teaspoons baking powder
    a pinch of cayenne pepper.
    Then add:
    -1 cup of grated cheese
    -1/2 packet of maggi dried onion soup OR 1/4 chopped onion and 1/4 teaspoon salt.
    In a small bowl mix:
    -1 egg
    -1 cup of milk.
    Mix all together in the large bowl, add a splash of milk or two as necessary and do not over mix. Turn out onto a floured oven tray, arrange into a rectangle, cut into 12 or so pieces, separate from each other, add extra grated cheese on top of each scone.
    Bake at 180 C for 15 minutes.
    Let me know how they taste!

    • Rozi says:

      Tried the scones and they were very yummy. I still think yours turned out better, but Sam say’s they tasted the same :o)
      Will try an onion next time instead of the maggi soup…..maybe a step closer to your ones

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