A Collection of Recipes, Old and New

Category Side Dishes

Stuffed Capsicums (Vegetarian)

A Vegetarian Stuffed Capsicums Recipe This Vegetarian Stuffed Capsicum recipe is ideal for those who are not only vegetarian but those just wanted a meat free night every now and then. If you do want to have your meat and… Continue Reading →

Sweet Potato Latkes with Smoked Salmon

This Sweet Potato Latkes with Smoked Salmon recipe is uncomplicated but very tasty. An ideal accompaniment to any meal or a meal into itself served with salad. This recipe reminds me of a potato rosti with smoked salmon that I… Continue Reading →

Tuna-Stuffed Capsicum (Gluten-Free)

This Tuna Stuffed Capsicum recipe has the added bonus of being Gluten Free, important for those with allergies or an intolerance to gluten. You will notice that the Capsicum is only cooked at the beginning of the recipe just to… Continue Reading →

Zucca and Zucchini in Saor

This Zucca and Zucchini in Saor recipe is a variant of Zucca in Saor which is also known as Sweet and Sour Butternut Squash. However in this recipe Zucchini has been added, hence the Zucca and Zucchini in Saor name… Continue Reading →

Zucchini and Tomato Medley

This Zucchini and Tomato Medley Recipe is now 40 years old. Wow! However I still think that the oldies are the goodies. Zucchini are quite a versatile vegetable, I also have another recipe using this great veg. This recipe can… Continue Reading →

Tasty Potato Gratin Recipe

Potato Gratin Recipe A french classic, this creamy potato dish is a perfect starter or side. Team it with a hot dish for dinner or use for a BBQ. Either way I am sure that the family will enjoy this… Continue Reading →

Potato and Herb Croquettes

  Potato and Herb Croquette Recipe These Potato and Herb Croquettes are quite simple to make. They are excellent as a side dish for hot or cold meals and go well with a cheese sauce too. I also like these… Continue Reading →

Melbourne Potatoes

I found this recipe amongst others in a pile that was about 40 years old. I don’t know where the name Melbourne Potatoes comes from and although I have done a search on Google I am unable to find any… Continue Reading →

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