Whether you’re seeking the thrill “With beautifully tender meat, oozy cheese and the most outrageous tomato sauce, this is the kind of food that makes me really happy. By elevating one of the cheapest cuts of meat with clever flavour hacks, this classic recipe works hard for you and your wallet. Plus, I’m cooking it entirely on the hob, so you don’t need to worry about turning on the oven. And with 2 of your 5-a-day per portion, it’s sure to become a firm family favourite. ”
Food in a Minute has been helping Kiwis cook and create tasty, nutritious family meals for over twenty-two years. Find recipes using the ingredients you already have and make dinner time more exciting!
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Whether you’re seeking the thrill of the grill or want to be the host with the best roast, New Zealand Spring Lamb has a collection of delicious lamb recipes to delight your taste buds.
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Lean beef and lamb are both excellent sources of well-absorbed iron. With few calories and high protein content, lean red meat makes a satisfying meal which aids in weight control. They are also important sources of protein, B vitamins, iron and zinc as well as a little vitamin D, selenium and omega 3, contributing to a healthy, balanced diet.
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Mike's tips on glazing your Christmas ham plus other wonderful recipes
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- Glazing your Christmas Ham
- Barbecued ham with roast mustard fruits
- Barbecued sweet and sour pineapple ham
- Chilli and lime glazed Christmas Ham
- Ham with Spicy apricot, sherry and grainy mustard glaze