Cooking At Joys

A Collection of Recipes, Old and New

Vegetable Salad with Ham Hollandaise

This recipe of Vegetable Salad with Ham Hollandaise is a healthy alternative for those looking for something easy to make avoiding takeaway food. You can substitute any of the vegetables here and use any vegetables you have in the refridgerator…. Continue Reading →

Tomato and Ricotta Tortellini Bake

This Tomato and Ricotta Tortellini Bake is good old fashioned comfort food. There are not that many ingredients and it is easy to prepare. A great oven bake recipe that the whole family will love. Enjoy! Serves 6 Ingredients 250… Continue Reading →

Apricot Cheesecake

This Apricot Cheesecake recipe is another old  family favorite and has been for over 40 years. More importantly it is a cold set cheesecake so there is no cooking involved. The recipe came from the Australian Women’s Weekly and made… Continue Reading →

Vanilla Ice-Cream Sauce

This Vanilla Ice Cream Sauce recipe goes well with Christmas Pudding and I have the recipe for that too. It is a simple recipe and this sauce does not take that long to make for something different. Enjoy! Serves 6-8… Continue Reading →

Welsh Rarebit V2

This is another version of that old favorite from the 80s, Welsh Rarebit. This recipe includes tomato puree, hot sauce and a muffin instead of toast. There is also no flour or Worcestershire sauce used in this recipe. I prefer… Continue Reading →

Welsh Rarebit

This is a traditional Welsh Rarebit recipe which is not that common these days. I do have another version of this recipe which I called V2. Welsh Rarebit was popular during the 80s but now seems to be a relic… Continue Reading →

Vanilla Cakes with Raspberries and Cream

An old fashion Vanilla Cakes Recipe with Raspberries and Cream.  Very simple to make. Get the ingredients ready and you are halfway there. Even the kids could help with this one. They are a simple cupcake recipe which is modified… Continue Reading →

Tuna Chicken Pie

This Tuna Chicken Pie recipe is quite simple to make using ingredients that you probably already have. The recipe name of Tuna Chicken Pie is a bit misleading. There is no Chicken, it is chicken soup! If you don’t already… Continue Reading →

Lasagne

by Anna Eoclidi I found this Lasagne recipe whilst watching an old episode of “Short Cuts To Glory: Matt Okine vs Food. This is one of the best authentic Lasagne recipes that I have seen. You will notice that there… Continue Reading →

Sponge Kiss

Makes 12 This Sponge Kiss recipe is less complicated version of my Sponge Kisses recipe which is more difficult in its method. I would advise you to try this one first as it is simple to make and the ingredients… Continue Reading →

Banana Bread

I have looked high and low for a moist banana bread/cake recipe for years. I have tried a few which always promise to be moist but the results are varied. In fact, I still have those recipes, there is the… Continue Reading →

Tangy Citrus Salad

This Tangy Citrus Salad is exactly as described “Tangy”. It is different from the usual Mediteranean Salad and tastes like Summer. It is not that difficult to prepare but you may not have everything just lying around, so some shopping… Continue Reading →

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