There’s a simple way to store fresh herbs so they last longer. If you’ve ever found half a bunch of limp, lifeless parsley in fridge, you’ll want to keep this tip in mind the… Read more »
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If you’ve ever been confused by what type of onion to use in a recipe, you aren’t alone. The names for these vegetables vary depending on the cookbook you read, the supermarket you visit or the… Read more »
Making shortcrust pastry from scratch is easy, but it can be a tricky business, especially if you’ve never done it before – or only ever had bad results! Here are a few things to keep… Read more »
Originally the sour liquid by-product of churning butter, buttermilk is now made by adding special cultures to no-fat or reduced-fat milk. You can drink it straight up (though it’s slightly tangy and not to everyone’s… Read more »
The nutritional information supplied for each recipe developed by TheFamilyKitchen.com.au is provided by an Accredited Practicing Dietitian. “Low kilojoule” recipes meet the following criteria: main meal – less than 1700kJ per serving light meal –… Read more »
Recipe Testing All our recipes are tested at least twice, so we’re confident you’ll find them accurate and easy to make at home. Preparation times, cooking times and oven temperatures may vary depending on your… Read more »
All recipes developed by TheFamilyKitchen.com.au use Australian metric measurements and degrees Celcius. Our conversion chart will help you change these into imperial measurements or degrees Fahrenheit, if required.