Bec Stanley

Steak night can be made even more of a treat with these juicy kebabs! Drenched in an umami-packed miso marinade and drizzled with a garlicky butter, I have used a combination of peppers, onions and mushrooms for these kebabs,...
The kitchen has always been the heart of the home. However, as lockdown continues, and many of us heading to the supermarket with little regularity, it can sometimes feel like the war room. Besides the three meals a day...
A healthier version of the typical hamburger, this salmon burger combines beautiful fresh salmon with a variety of fresh herbs. It's a lighter, more nutritiously-sound version. Salmon has an abundance of nutrients including omega-3 fatty acids, so if you struggle...

Burmese Basil Chicken Curry

PREP TIME: 15 mins COOK TIME: 10 mins SERVES: 4 people I have been lucky enough to spend the past three weeks travelling through Myanmar (Burma) with my husband and three kids. Sadly, even with the abolition of the Junta rule, there...
It feels peculiar to be writing a spring recipe with half-a-foot of snow around the ground in mid- November ... however I am pretty sure that, by the time this is published, we will be back in the throes...

Prawn and Lemongrass Gyoza

Goyza also referred to as 'Potstickers', are similar to a dumpling, but with thinner skin and generally pan-fried to crispy perfection on one side.Although we usually associate the gyoza with Japan, the Chinese get credit for this invention. It...
The Remarkables Market reopened with a hiss and a roar last month and WOW! This vibrant and busy market is now even bigger and better, with a wonderful and hugely varied selection of local and regional products. Head along and...
Good-quality whitebait needs little done to it, so to ensure the integrity of this gorgeous product, I have kept the flavours subtle. Old-school whitebait pattie lovers, go a little crazy and try these recipes below. They are delicious deviation...
After months of eating slow-cooked foods, hearty soups and roasts, our household needed a nutritional pick-me-up. With spring nipping at our heels, I opted for a lentil salad, throwing in some rocket to liven and spring it up a...
This dish can be prepared incredibly quickly and will tantalise the tastebuds! It has simple Thai flavours, is light and fragrant while also blasting you with a little sweet and sour. I have been a bit cheeky and used a Thai...
Risotto is the perfect comfort food during winter. It is a hugely versatile dish, allowing you to substitute the core ingredients in this recipe for almost anything in your fridge! I have used pine nuts. Sadly they are never cheap...
Below is the second instalment of the two-part recipe to help those of you inundated with guests over the ski season. As mentioned, the two recipes utilise similar ingredients, so are great for time management when entertaining. This tuna...
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