Cooking At Joys

A Collection of Recipes, Old and New

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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 →

Sticky Date Pudding

The Sticky Date Pudding is a classic dessert, which has passed the test of time. You may be experienced or a first timer but either way this is a basic recipe and will serve you well. Despite the long list… Continue Reading →

Toblerone Mousse

This Toblerone Mousse recipe is very easy, in fact it doesn’t get much easier than this. With only 3 ingredients you could whip this one up in no time. A good beginner recipe for the kids too. I have another… Continue Reading →

Chicken and Cheese Tortellini

This Chicken and Cheese Tortellini recipe is not an easy recipe to make. It does take time however, it is well worth it. The tortellini is stuffed with chicken and cheese, boiled and then added to a sauce or stock…. Continue Reading →

Tuna Chip Casserole

When I first found this recipe for Tuna Chip Casserole, I thought that the title was wrong. What are Tuna Chips anyway? Once I read the ingredients I was still intrigued. Who would think of putting potato chips in a… Continue Reading →

Tuna Mornay with Cherry Tomatoes

This Tuna Mornay with Cherry Tomatoes recipe tastes great and is another meat alternative meal for all of the family. Because it is similar to the Mac and Cheese type dishes anyone who loves them will love this one. It… Continue Reading →

Venetian Fried Sweet Dumplings

This Venetian Fried Sweet Dumplings recipe is a recipe that is designed to stretch your capabilities a bit however it is well worth the effort. Although not difficult it is a bit fiddly but these dumplings are just gorgeous when… Continue Reading →

Tuna, Tomato and Capsicum Pasta Salad

This Tuna, Tomato and Capsicum Pasta Salad is great for Summer. I like that it is different from the usual lettuce and tomato based salads that are always ever present during the warmer months. In fact this could be a… Continue Reading →

Tuna-Stuffed Capsicum (Gluten Free)

This Tuna Stuffed Capsicum 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 soften… Continue Reading →

Tuna Mornay Pasta Bake

This Tuna Mornay Pasta Bake recipe is an old favorite in our family. It is quick and easy to make. You can also add extra vegies in it too, using those leftovers in the fridge. Speaking of leftovers you can… Continue Reading →

Whole Snapper Thai Style

Whole Snapper Thai Style Serves 4 Ingredients 2 whole snapper, cleaned with side fins removed and head and tail intact2 tablespoons lime juice4 tablespoons sweet chilli sauceSalt and pepper for seasoningVegetable oil for deep-frying For the sauce 1 tablespoon olive… Continue Reading →

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