These are a few of my very favourite vego yummies, that can turn a regular meal into a decadent feed. Some work well as entrees or snacks, whereas the special peas make a fab addition to any Italian meal.
This is unbelievably yummy; if you haven’t tried Roasted Garlic, you have no idea what garlic can be. It makes a delectable (although messy) entrée, and any leftovers can be used to make really special garlic bread.
You’ll get about 8 good hash browns from 4 decent size potatoes. These put the fast-food version to shame but if you’re cooking for the vego’s at the barbecue, remember that all your carnivore friends will scoff them too.
A delicious side dish for any pasta or Italian type of main, special peas are absolutely ‘easy peasy’. I learnt this recipe from an Italian chef who ran a takeaway in Leichhardt in the 80s. He called them Florentine Peas. Mine didn’t work nearly as well…
Real hot chips are so much better than frozen ones. When I was a kid, chips were one of the few things I’d eat without a fuss. This is my grandfather’s method for making this yummy nostalgia food.
With a generous serve of satay sauce and a nice chunk of warm bread, roast vegies make a very nice meal all of their own.
These are easy to prepare in advance, and just pop under the griller for 5 minutes when you are about to serve dinner. They also make yummy snack food for parties or picnics.
There is so much wrong with eating deep fried cheese of any kind but this is so outrageously decadent. DFC is a totally gourmet treat for a special celebration; it’s my kids idea of Birthday or Christmas dinner!
Use up leftover beans from Tacos or Nachos to make a meal, or make a batch for extremely popular party food. Serve with some sour cream and sweet chili, or Lazy dipping Sauce, this is my most asked for recipe. NOTE: Use Sandy’s special…