Casseroles & Bakes - Recipes
Good food does not have to be complicated or time-consuming. This simple, homely casserole is made without a lengthy shopping list of exotic fresh ingredients or hours of precise slicing and chopping.
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An outdoor barbecue with its sizzling steaks, sausages and bright and colourful salads (and alcohol) is synonymous with the Australian summer.
|Puy lentil and sausage saladTiny green puy lentils have a slightly nutty texture and flavour, and are perfect in salads as they keep their shape well once cooked. Here they are mixed with grilled sausages and Mediterranean vegetables, plus a handful of fresh rocket leaves.||Fish and mushroom pieA simple fish pie can be transformed into a feast by the addition of succulent prawns and earthy mushrooms. Serve with a colourful medley of steamed vegetables, such as sugar snap peas, carrots and baby corn.||Sausage and bean hotpotFor this family supper dish, grilled sausages in a spicy tomato and bean sauce are topped with a fluffy potato and parsnip mash. Use meaty pork sausages - there are many varieties available, with different flavours and seasonings. Serve with a green vegetable such as steamed broccoli.||CassouletA warming winter combination of haricot beans, cubes of pork and spicy garlic sausage, and lots of vegetables makes this classic country dish from south-west France a real winner. It is full of rich flavours and, in traditional fashion, is topped with a breadcrumb crust.||Boston baked beansThese oven-baked beans are cooked slowly to create a richly flavoured vegetable dish which will be a revelation if you've only ever eaten the canned variety. Serve alongside grilled meat, together with potatoes or bread.||Millet with spinach and pine nutsBright green spinach and golden apricots add rich colour and flavour to this easy grain and vegetable side dish. Serve it instead of potatoes or rice, with stews and casseroles that have plenty of sauce.||Cajun barleyWe should all love the nutty, wholesome grain that is barley, since it is so good for us. Here it has been given the flavours of the American Deep South, with a range of green vegetables and plenty of spice. Serve it with sausages or lamb kebabs.||Piri piri chickenPiri piri chicken is regarded as a Portuguese dish but it had its origins in Portuguese colonies in Africa. There are many versions of the spicy sauce: use the quantities here as a guide and make it as spicy or as mild as you like.||Sticky teriyaki chicken wingsThese moreish chicken wings make fabulous party food with a sweet-salty glaze that appeals to most people. Make sure to pass round plenty of serviettes to clean sticky fingers. Alternatively, serve with rice and vegetables for a main meal.|
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