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Go Nuts for Snacks

For high-energy snacks packed with benefits, look no further than the humble nut. Whether it’s a small, portable breakfast or a 3pm power boost, the unsaturated fats found in nuts mean they’re a high fibre option that will keep you feeling full for longer. Here are our favourite recipes for you to try out.

Parmesan Rosemary Cocktail Nuts

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If your snacking downfall is cheese or chips, try this simple roasted nut recipe for a satisfying alternative. As an added healthy bonus, the recipe calls for grapeseed oil, which is high in Vitamin E and Omega 6 polyunsaturated fat.

Mojito Nut
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These zesty little numbers are incredibly easy to make and contain just five ingredients. They’re a perfect bite size treat and a friendly option for those with vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free, sugar-free or yeast-free dietary requirements.

Nut Butter Boats
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Load a few celery sticks or half a baked apple with a tablespoon of nut butter topped with shredded dried apricots or prunes. Don’t limit this snack to Peanut Butter either. Try substituting it with a healthier alternative like tahini or your own CONTINUE READING

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Top 5 Winter Produce

Don’t let dreary weather make for dull meals this winter. By keeping your eye on the best of seasonal produce, you can ensure the tastiest morsels are at your fingertips come cooking time.
Feel inspired next time you visit your grocery aisle by drawing on some new meal ideas and healthy living tips from our Top 5 Winter Produce guide.


The humble cauliflower is often relegated to a smothering of cheesy béchamel, when in fact it’s highly absorbent texture makes it the ideal hero in curries, soups and stews. It is a highly versatile vegetable that despite its lacklustre façade, is packed full of nutritional gems to help keep you well this winter.
For something unique try this Asian inspired recipe, or enjoy a serving of cauliflower in this Warm Chickpea Salad. If you’re after a snack, a whipped cauliflower herb dip will go down well at any party.
Also worth noting, purple cauliflower will provide you with extra nutritional benefits, which may help regulate sugar levels, body weight and lower your risk of cancer.


Roasted, raw or pickled, a dose of beets is low in fat, full of vitamins and packed with powerful antioxidants.
Its rich colouring is reason enough to incorporate it into CONTINUE READING

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Cooking up a storm with Neff FlexInduction

The Neff FlexInduction cooktop is an unrivalled cooking zone, turning everyday home cooks into confident culinary experimenters.
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Enjoy the freedom of using the FlexInduction surface. It can accommodate large roasting trays with big pots of boiling water, or turn an array of smaller pans into a manageable working space.

The secret is the FlexInduction’s auto-detection that accommodates the location and size of pots and pans as they are  moved around and generates heat only where it is needed. Enjoy maximum space and freedom by fitting each cooking implement on different zones of the cooktop. Your FlexInduction will simply adjust to your configuration.

The cooktop heats your pans by magnetic currents. Because the heat is focused on your cooking implements, your cooktop remains cool having only absorbed a little radiant heat. You’ll enjoy greater safety and energy savings, plus the benefit of preventing spillages and overflows from burning onto the cooktop surface. This clip clearly demonstrates the benefits of Neff FlexInduction.

Make the most of the FlexInduction space by cooking in bulk. Imagine getting ahead on the weekend by preparing flexible meals that can be used for lunches, dinners and snacks throughout the week. This quick and easy Corn Fritter recipe is a great start. 
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What you’ll need -

200g potatoes, grated

1 small red capsicum, chopped finely

½ cup corn kernels, drained


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Moroccan Lamb with Apricots

Moroccan Lamb


For a hearty dish to get you through the final stretch of Winter, you can’t go past our Moroccan Lamb with Apricots. 


Moroccan Lamb with Apricots



1.5kg lamb shoulder chops, trimmed and halved
2 tablespoons flour, seasoned with salt & pepper
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 large brown onion, cut into wedges
1 long red chilli, finely chopped
2 large cloves garlic crushed
1 tablespoon ground cumin
1 tablespoon turmeric
2 teaspoons ground coriander
2 teaspoons ground cinnamon
825g can apricot halves in natural juice

To serve:
½ cup fresh coriander leaves
¼ cup toasted flaked almonds



1. Preheat oven on CircoTherm® setting to 140°C.
2. Drain apricot halves. Pour juice into a measuring jug and top up to 2 cups with water.
3. Toss chops in seasoned flour.
4. Heat 1 tablespoon oil in large oven proof pan on medium heat. Cook chops in batches until well browned. Remove from pan.
5. Heat remaining oil in the same pan and add onions, garlic, and chilli. Cook, stirring for 2 minutes or until onions have softened. Reduce heat and add cumin, turmeric, ground coriander and cinnamon. Cook, stirring for 1 minute or until fragrant.
6. Stir in combined juice from apricots and water. Stir until boiling.
7. Return lamb to CONTINUE READING

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Mustard Crusted Roast Beef



The smell of a roast cooking provokes fond memories regardless of your age. Sharing a succulent roast dinner with family and friends brings together the best of life’s simple pleasures – good food and great company. 

Successful roasting in your Neff oven comes down to practice and taking onboard a few simple tips and tricks. With multi function usage there are several different options for roasting, and our CircoTherm® setting is ideal for roasting evenly on more than one level. Even better, it provides an even airflow throughout the oven, which means you don’t even need to turn the roast if it is cooked on a rack.

This recipe for mustard crusted roast beef and golden roasted vegetables is perfect for a lazy Sunday afternoon spent in the kitchen, or even as a simple yet impressive offering for your next dinner party.


Mustard Crusted Roast Beef


1.5 kg beef rib roast
¼ cup whole grain mustard
2 cloves garlic crushed
1 tablespoon fresh rosemary leaves, chopped
½ teaspoon cracked black pepper



  1. Preheat oven on CircoTherm® setting to 160°C.
  2. Line the universal pan or a roasting dish with baking paper.
  3. Place roast on roasting dish meat side up. Use roasting rack if desired.
  4. Combine mustard, garlic, rosemary and pepper. Spread evenly over meaty side of beef.
  5. Cook on shelf position 1 for 1½ – 2 hours for medium rare. Remove to a warm place. Cover loosely with foil and CONTINUE READING

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