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Home-made Tomato Sauce

Home-made Tomato Sauce

Serves: Makes about 650 ml

Time: 1-2 hours

Difficulty: Easy

Let’s face it: as Australians, we are brought up to like tomato sauce. Aussies can put tomato sauce on, and in, just about anything. And, almost amazingly, still enjoy their food.

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Szechuan Chicken with Cashew Nuts

Szechuan Chicken with Cashew Nuts

Serves: 4

Time: 20 mins

Difficulty: Easy

This is one of my favourite meals. I adore food, so to try to extract a favourite from the long list of food I love is a big ask. But if I had to, Szechuan Chicken with Cashew Nuts would definitely be right up there.

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Bacon and Egg Salad

Bacon and Egg Salad

Serves: 1

Time: 15 mins

Difficulty: Easy

This salad is a really easy one to throw together, using whatever proportions of salad veg work for you. There is no right or wrong so adjust ingredients just how you like them. The key to enjoyment is, like all meals, in using fresh, real food that you like to eat.

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Mrs Jang’s Home-Style Fried Eggs

Mrs Jang’s Home-Style Fried Eggs

Serves: 1

Time: 5 mins

Difficulty: Easy

There is absolutely no reason at all to have any particular kind of food at breakfast and not at other times of the day, or vice versa. Nevertheless, egg remains a quick and easy breakfast choice that is high protein and helps keep us feeling full until our next meal. This Chinese dish from Kylie Kwong is a spicy and delicious alternative to more standard, Western options.

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