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This easy to make recipe is a perfect, full-of-flavour side dish for a BBQ or as an accompaniment to a weeknight protein. It has all the wonderful flavours of the Mediterranean with cherry to... Read more
This is a simple dish that screams spring goodness. Grilling your veggies is a wonderful way to cook them, as it adds a delicious smokiness and gnarly char. Serve as is like ‘chips n dip’ or... Read more
This is a really easy one dish wonder. Easy to assemble, you will whip it up in no time, pop it straight into the oven when you get home from work, and then be able to relax before being abl... Read more
Serve this flavourful Mediterranean inspired kumera gratin recipe to accompany roast lamb or chicken. The spices and herbs in this dish can be mixed up with what fresh or dried herbs you hav... Read more
Roasted sweet red capsicums filled with a green rice herbal filling, topped with a creamy spicy aioli make a great side or a main dish to share. This is the sort of dish which also gives yo... Read more
This colourful blood orange baked chicken recipe is full of the flavours of star anise, ginger and Chinese five spice, creating a sticky sweet sauce that’s perfect to serve with a simple side... Read more
Perfect for the cooler months, this salad becomes more of a meal with the addition of braised chickpeas. While there are a few things to do here, they area all very simple, and can be done ... Read more
This is a sturdy soup that’s almost a stew. If you can’t find a ready made ‘soup mix’, feel free to substitute with a combination of dried pulses and some pearl barley. The parmesan rinds ar... Read more
This is a great warming soup, with a variety of textures in it. Serve it as is, try topping it with a drizzle of cream, orange zest and fresh coriander, or even consider using it as an alter... Read more
This is a deceptively flavourful soup. If you reduce it further you can easily use it as a base for koftas, felafel or sausages. Or else thin it with a little more stock or water and serve w... Read more
The Curious Cuts Beef Flank Steak is an adaptable sort. It’s big on flavour and has a tight texture. It likes to be marinated and grilled but is also happy in stir-fries and salads.
INGREDIE... Read more
The Curious Cuts Beef Tri Tip is the prize cut of the rump. This soft and tasty cut loves a quick roast, to be cut into skinny steaks, rubbed with spices, or stir-fried.
1 packe... Read more
Pillowy by name, pillowy by texture. The Curious Cuts Beef Pillow Steak is a hard-to-find, fillet-like steak is from the hindquarter. It’s dreamy when cooked medium rare.
2 packe... Read more
Warning. The Curious Cuts Beef Brisket is a seriously delicious cut. For melt-in-your-mouth meat, take your time when cooking.
1 packet Curious Cuts Beef Brisket (approx. 1 kg)
1... Read more
The Beef Hanger Steak: butchers would once nab this for themselves. It’s got bags of flavour and a unique texture. Best cooked medium rare and cut against the grain.
2 packets Cu... Read more
All hail a princely cut: the Curious Cuts Beef Chuck Ribs. This on-the-bone beef can happily carry big flavours (and brings plenty of its own). Best cooked slow for a silky texture.
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The Curious Cuts Beef Bavette Steak has a French name and a unique texture. It also loves bright flavours. Grill it and serve medium rare, or consider slow cooking it.
1 packet C... Read more
After a great textured steak with supreme flavour? Sorted. The Curious Cuts Beef Skirt Steak loves a marinade and a char. Think South American cooking.
1 packet Curious Cuts Beef... Read more
Also known as Rib Fingers, the Curious Cuts Beef Intercostals are the cut of meat between the ribs. For bold flavours and a melting texture cook it low and slow.
2 packets Curiou... Read more
Anyone for pulled pork? The slower you cook the Curious Cuts Pork Oyster Shoulder, the more it will break down, leaving you with tender threads of juicy pork. Fingers crossed for leftovers.
I... Read more
Curious Cuts Intensely Meaty Pork Ribs... the name really says it all. Don’t be afraid to get your hands a little dirty when eating them. It’s the best way.
2 packets Curious Cut... Read more
Move over chicken wings, make way for the Curious Cuts Chicken Ribs (aka chicken spare ribs). These have tender white meat, on the bone and a touch of skin. Best cooked on the BBQ or roasted.... Read more
This braise gets its personality from the zip of olives, lemon and capers at the end. You could easily swap the parsnip for swede or potatoes.
Similarly, you can swap out the fennel for lee... Read more
This braise has a lovely mild Japanese flavour to it thanks to the shiro miso in the braising liquid. You could easily swap the leek out for onion, and the swede for sweet potato or parsnip... Read more
This is a very comforting braise (which also makes a great filling for a pie). You could easily swap the sweet potato for parsnip or swede, and the Tuscan kale for curly kale or silverbeet.... Read more
Eggplant is probably my all-time favourite vegetable and a great ingredient to use when looking to replace meat in a dish. The richness of the burrata with the meatiness of the roast eggplan... Read more
"This was my go-to dish as a kid when we used to visit our local Italian restaurant. I couldn’t get enough of it - but then again I never really understood what I was eating. Funnily enough, ... Read more
This bean and artichoke puree makes an excellent base for fish dishes. It also works very well as a dip with grissini or crudités and will keep happily in the fridge for a few days.
Serves 2.... Read more
This is an excellent way to get the appeal of a pasta bake, with a few less white carbs. It also makes a great vegetarian comfort food. If you wanted to make it a little meatier (and closer t... Read more
This is the perfect sort of frugal pasta. It’s a great way to use up all the nearly finished packets of pasta you have in the pantry. It’s also great cold the next day for lunch.
I... Read more
This makes a properly satisfying vegie burger, thanks to the crunch from the nuts and the umami from the miso and feta cheese. Try serving these with some aioli mixed with chopped kimchi, roc... Read more
These broccoli cutlets make a great healthy side or light meal. You can substitute the yoghurt for a coconut yoghurt to make the recipe dairy free.
Serves 4 as a light meal or communal dish ... Read more
This combination of spiced lamb mince and roast eggplant freezes surprisingly well. It’s worth making double and keeping some stashed some away for when you need a delicious dinner and only... Read more
This is perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner, celebrating our Regen friend, Gunning Bum Nuts. If you like things spicier, serve with some hot sauce on the side.
1 x... Read more
You totally can have dip for dinner. Particularly if it combines spiced beans, zippy salsa, guacamole and goat cheese. All you need now is some tortilla chips (and maybe a margarita).
Serve... Read more
This is the simplest of vegetarian suppers, particularly since there are so many good ready-made felafel brands available. Just warm them in a hot oven for 5-10 minutes, then serve with sal... Read more
This makes a great light lunch. Serve with crunchy tortilla strips and some guacamole. You can swap the longans and mangosteens for lychees or rambutans and the kingfish for any other very ... Read more
This recipe for ripe breadfruit uses the soft fruit to make a base for fritters. Extremely versatile it’s a great recipe to then top with any of your favourite flavours or ingredients. The... Read more
A refreshingly light Asian style salad using beautiful star fruit. The flavours of coconut, ginger and kaffir lime are infused into the poached chicken and dressing resulting in a super tasty... Read more
These spiced lamb skewers are so quick and easy to prepare for your BBQ lunch and work really well with this light summer slaw of colourful vegies and herbs.
500g diced ... Read more
These green and bean bowls are incredibly satisfying. Serve them on their own, as a side to any grilled protein, with a fried egg or over rice or quinoa.
1 x 400 g tin... Read more
This is a meatless Monday saviour. Keep a stash of this in your freezer and indulgent (but gut healthy) nachos or chilli bowls are never far away. You can bulk this out further with more bla... Read more
This fried rice is light and fresh, packed full of vegies and is a colourful healthy dish to serve. The flavours of the kimchi are the hero that make this style of fried rice shine.
INGREDI... Read more
No need to go to Omaha, the home of the Reuben sandwich in Nebraska, when you can make this flavour filled Reuben baked potato version at home. Served with a good helping of sauerkraut and d... Read more
Why not add a bit of colour to your next BBQ with these grilled flavour packed tempeh skewers of lemongrass, turmeric and coconut. Served on a bed of fresh greens and a squeeze of grilled li... Read more
Tempeh is perfectly suited to be marinated and grilled over a BBQ or in a skillet. This Asian inspired marinade absorbs all of the lovely flavours of honey, ginger, garlic and tamari, produci... Read more
1.2kg Salmon fillet, pin boned, skin on
3 tablespoon kecap manis
3 tablespoon dark soy sauce
1 knob ginger, julienned
1 long red chilli, deseeded cut in long strips
1 teaspoon s... Read more
These charred greens work perfectly as a side dish when barbecuing meats, fish, or on their own with a variety of other vegetable salads. You could also top them with some grilled halloumi,... Read more
These greens are the perfect complement to any Asian dishes with rice or to tumble into Buddha bowls and grain salads. They also pair well with a simple piece of grilled fish. Shiro miso or ... Read more
This is the simplest stir fry. Mushrooms and asparagus are great friends. The fresh lime adds a boost of freshness at the end - don’t be tempted to leave it off.
Serves 1. Serves 2 with ric... Read more
The contrast between spicy fragrant flavours and a cooling sweet mango salsa is perfectly balanced in this Jamaican-style jerk chicken recipe. Adjust the heat of the chillies to your liking ... Read more
A light, bright pasta dish with the most tender of spring green vegies and lightly smokey pink-hued trout makes for the perfect spring lunch or dinner as the weather warms up.
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To celebrate spring, mix up the traditional lamb roast with an easy to cook butterflied lamb cut, served with a fresh charmoula sauce packed full of flavour. This sauce also works well with f... Read more
This is a great vegetarian option for Meatless Monday, or also works well as a side dish for roast chicken, grilled white fish, meatballs or lamb. It can be served warm, or at room tempera... Read more
This makes a hearty main meal, but also works well as a side dish to chicken or beef. Buckwheat has a distinct nutty flavour that is also found in soba noodles. It’s works well with mushro... Read more
A harira soup is traditionally used as nourishment to break the Ramadan fast. It’s aromatic and comforting. It can be made vegetarian, but the slow cooking lamb along with the soup adds a ... Read more
Comfort food at its best! Kumera produces sweet and sticky juices when its baked for a period of time, making it the perfect dressing to balance the roasted nutty farro grain.
4 ... Read more
This is an extremely quick and delicious recipe that highlights the flavour of the black truffle.
10g fresh black truffle (half grated, ½ thinly sliced)
6 small nests of Fettucc... Read more
A wonderfully hearty, filling soup that is incredibly simple and quick to make. A perfect recipe to have up your sleeve for busy, chilly days, made with wholesome pantry ingredients and the h... Read more
The roasted pumpkin and veg in this soup bring out the sweetness in the ingredients, providing a beautifully sweet and warming soup. This soup doesn’t require many ingredients and most of th... Read more
Oven baking risotto is by far the easiest way to get a delicious al-dente risotto rice without the stirring. It only takes 30 minutes from start to finish and is a great mid-week feast for a... Read more
As we creep into Autumn, we want to slow it down and really appreciate the advantages of slow cooking which is brilliant for our digestion. The broken-down meat suits our stomach acid, allow... Read more
Wild rice brings a lovely nutty flavour to this hearty salad. You can use a mixture of several types of rice, such as black rice or brown rice, or even swap with quinoa or pearl barley. These... Read more
Mixed buttery mushrooms baked with sweet leeks in some hand crafted artisan pastry that is ready made makes for a great gourmet cold weather bake.
Try using different sorts and shapes of your... Read more
A heartwarming, wintery and delicious soup full of our favourite winter ingredients! The butternut pumpkin, beans, lentils and chickpeas plus the variety of herbs served with some golden cr... Read more
Who doesn’t love the soft, pillowy goodness of homemade gnocchi?? If you’ve never made it before, it’s definitely time to give it a try – easier than you think, and oh-so satisfying. And t... Read more
'This recipe makes more dhal than you need to serve with the sweet potatoes, but it keeps well in an airtight container in the fridge for a couple of days, and makes a delicious lunch or supp... Read more
There are few things better than a perfectly cooked roast pork and new season Autumn apples partner beautifully. There's a secret to get the crackling crisp and keep the pork meat moist - it... Read more
'Beef cheeks are an ideal choice for slow-braising due to their rich, gelatinous texture. Order them in advance from your butcher, or substitute beef brisket or trimmed chuck steak'.
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Enjoy the warmth of a home-baked pizza using this easy to follow recipe.
Spinach Pizza with Cherry Tomatoes
500 g pizza dough (Homemade or Store Bought)
Extra virgin olive oil
35... Read more
Slow cooked beef cheeks are a delicious and indulgent take on a classic that is sure to impress.
2 x beef cheeks
1 white onion
1 stick celery
1 clove garlic
1 sprig of t... Read more
A delectable, flavoursome chicken curry is easily within reach.Chicken thigh fillets have more flavour than breast fillets and great for slow cooking and curries. Using a curry paste and the r... Read more
A standing beef rib roast is an impressive family meal. Follow our tips to cooking it perfectly every time.
Try fresh herbs such as thyme sprigs, sage leaves, rosemary or oreg... Read more
Both recipes are super easy to make and taste absolutely delicious together.
For the Oven-baked Paprika Salmon:
2 (130g or thereabouts) salmon fillets
1 tbsp olive oil, plus extr... Read more
Osso bucco translates as 'bone with a hole.’ It’s traditionally cut from veal shin. However, beef osso bucco is also available. To get the best flavour, make sure there is plenty of meat aro... Read more
We used store-bought gow gee wrappers and 3 star lamb mince (17% fat content) which helps keep the meat moist and makes up the nice broth inside the dumpling skin.
For the Northe... Read more
Try spiralising zucchinis to make vegetable pasta and remove the carbs, for a delicious and healthy meal!
1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
2 garlic cloves, peeled and finely... Read more
Take these steps to simplify the Turkey roasting process and serve up the perfect Christmas.
How To Roast A Turkey
Remove turkey from the fridge about 1 hour before roasting.
Unwrap and remo... Read more
Think of a frenched lamb cutlet, but bigger, much, much bigger! The Tomahawk is a very large rib eye beef steak attached to the bone. It's the bone where the Tomahawk take its name from - th... Read more
This lasagne recipe heroes some great Tasmanian sourced veg. I’ve used some swedes, broccoli, carrots, leeks and onions from Tassie - full of freshness and flavour. Mushrooms are always a ... Read more
This warming ham and potato soup is an easy and a quicker version that you don’t have to cook for hours. It uses ready sliced leg ham rather than ham hock and has the addition of cheddar ch... Read more
We are excited to announce we have introduced a new line to our Curious Cuts meat range - the Rump Pillow.
Pillowy when cooked, you can’t beat this hard to find, flavoursome, fillet-like st... Read more
‘I've chosen a light pasta for this dish like Fusilli Avellinesi. Spaghetti, linguine, penne are all too heavy for this dish and require richer sauces. The figs in this recipe are carameli... Read more
Fresh Mango Wontons (baked)
Fresh Mango Dumplings (steamed)
Try to use preservative-free gow gee wrappers for this recipe. Mint on the crisp version is optional, but a nice colour contrast.... Read more
1 rack of lamb with 6 chops (with the thick fat layer from the top of the lamb trimmed)
150g softened butter
100g mango pulp
2 cloves garlic, peeled
Salt and pepper
1 bunch pars... Read more
Fresh, vibrant and enough to feed everyone! This recipe is perfect for summer BBQs, picnics or entertaining – it’s ready in no time at all and is seriously tasty. Herbs, simple, real food ing... Read more
Jam-packed with delicious flavours and ingredients, this easy spaghetti recipe is no nonsense!
400g of Italian style pork sausages or Chorizo
1 medium brown onion, finely choppe... Read more
Kanzi apples are a perfectly balanced sweet and sour flavour with a lovable crunchy texture, making them an ideal choice for not only snacking but for kitchen and cooking. With Kanzi's curren... Read more
These baked felafels by Nadia Felsch tick all the boxes! In just half an hour you have a delicious, healthy meal for the family.
1 tin chickpeas (400g)
⅔ cup washed and ... Read more
When it comes to crowd-pleasing family dinners, you can't beat cottage pie. Make the mash with our favourite potatoes at the moment - Dutch Creams, and serve with lovely green peas for the f... Read more
Help us reduce food waste by picking up some warped eggplants. Without a little bit of warping over here and little bit of weird over there, the world would be a very boring place.Perfect for... Read more
Our imperfect shaped spuds might not look so perfect from the outside but are as perfect as ever when you use them to make this easy gnocchi recipe by Chef Alex Kearns. They also help Aussie ... Read more
A leg of lamb is actually one of the easiest, most foolproof cuts of meat to cook. Here's our simple, fuss-free approach to cooking a leg of lamb. It will turn out perfectly every time.
Cla... Read more
Bring the taste of Italy to your family kitchen. Add a bit of fun for the kids by making your own base with this easy homemade pizza recipe. Mamma Mia.
Homemade Pizza with Italian Tomato Sa... Read more
Looking for some inspiration for your weeknight dinners? Why not take a trip to the middle east this week with this warm and spicy meal that will knock the socks off your friends and family.... Read more
There’s something so classic and so comforting about chunky steak pie. Rich chunks of tender beef and gravy, crowned with a buttery crust, it’s hard to beat.
Chunky Steak Pie
Making a pie?... Read more
Eye fillet is very lean and very tender, it’s impressive when roasted as a whole piece, and brilliant when sliced into thick fillet steaks and pan-fried or char-grilled. We’ve teamed it with... Read more
Scotch fillet is excellent value, a whole piece can be cut to give several meal options. For entertaining, a whole piece is a perfect choice - it looks impressive and always delivers on tast... Read more
Chicken breast fillets are one of the most versatile cuts, but as they are both boneless and skinless they can dry out easily. Try one of our 3 easy ways to cook this family staple this week... Read more
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