Pasties, patties, potato bake, pulled pork and more. Sally shares some of her favourite savoury dishes.
A tender and tasty throw back to colonial days.
It’s certainly worth trying this recipe – it’ a good one to have on hand for busy days, simple to make and delicious to taste.
Sally shares two of her favourite recipes that involve haloumi: roasted pepper braise with haloumi and deep fried haloumi with ginger and garlic sauce.
A gorgeous idea for your next salmon fillet. Ideal for those looking for a little extra heat.
It’s like stepping back to your childhood when potatoes were the highlight of a meal, always guaranteed to bring a smile to hungry faces.
Substitute beef for kangaroo for an exciting twist on the humble beef patty.
Love Mexican cuisine? Try making your own fajitas at home with Sally’s recipe.
These pasties are not only economical to make, but you can include a range of vegetables that will go unnoticed by fussy eaters.
The end result is a handy little sausage in its own delicious fresh baked bread.
If you ever have a roast that could have been a bit more tender, try doing this.
If you’d like a little something as finger food to serve with drinks or as a snack for children on the go, try these little crispy crunchy fish bites.
There is nothing better than a spring lamb roast with all the trimmings. Here is a recipe together with the quintessential accompaniment – homemade mint sauce.
Serve this delicious salmon dip when you’re entertaining guests, and they’ll be coming around more often.
Pastry is made extra tasty when you include a little creamed corn.
Learn how to make salmon fritters with Sally Wise. They take minutes to prepare and have an irresistible taste.
A fresh take on your classic sausage roll courtesy of Sally Wise.
This classic, crowd pleasing recipe for people of all ages comes straight from Sally’s kitchen to yours.
Sally’s classic muffin recipe with a savoury twist.
It’s really simple to make and will serve six hungry people. It’s delicious with creamy mashed potatoes and steamed green vegetables, such as broccoli.
These home-made wraps with spiced paprika or tandoori chicken are a perfect light meal.
A simple way to make your own cheese using the leftover yoghurt in your fridge.