The Madeira wine creates a deeper flavour adding something a little different to your special Christmas dinner.
We think of cherries as a Christmas luxury but they’re at their best (and cheapest!) during January and February – making this the perfect time to give our Cherry Jam recipe a go.
Using the grill mode on our 4-in-1 steam combination oven, you can prepare these tender and juicy pork loins in flash. Only the simplest of seasonings are needed for the pork because the real star of the show is our cranberry sauce which you can whip up in your bread maker.
Give a range of roast and grilled meats a sweet cranberry twist. This classic, easy and delicious sauce made with the help of a Panasonic bread maker perks up your meals any time of the year.
Focus on enjoying time with your friends and family with this simple ‘one-pot’ roast recipe we created for our 4-in-1 steam combination oven. The lamb and vegies can be cooked at the same time using convection and grill modes simultaneous to give your feast the perfect finish.
Old-fashioned Christmas cakes are such a lovely tradition! This fruity cake does have a reputation for being difficult to bake but our recipe lets you cheat your way to perfection using just your microwave and bread maker.
Microwave Bombe Alaska – a very impressive Christmas dessert. Looking for a alternative to pudding for your Christmas feast? Aside from being insanely delicious, Bombe Alaska is one of those desserts that never fails to impress. The technical feat of baking a hard meringue case around sponge cake and ice cream can’t help but elicit “oohs” and “ahhs” from your guests.
Packed with rice bubbles, coconut and mixed fruit, White Christmas is a hit with kids and adults. Make this slice and keep it in the fridge to share over the Christmas season, or portion it into gift bags and earn brownie points at the office when you gift it to your colleagues.
Spring is here with a new growing season! Make the best of it with this Virgin Grapefruit Mojito (we won’t tell anyone if you spice it up with a shot of vodka!).