Wasabi Chicken Wings with Yuzu Mayonnaise & Wasabi Salt | www.bellyrumbles.com

Wasabi Chicken Wings, Yuzu Mayo & Wasabi Salt

I do love Japanese flavours. That won’t be any surprise to regular readers. I have a love of traditional Japanese recipes right though to my fusion experiments. These wasabi chicken wings are a little bit fusion and a big dose of modern Japanese. If you haven’t discovered wasabi powder yet, I suggest you hunt for…

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Strawberry Cheesecake Sponge Cake | www.bellyrumbles.com

Strawberry Cheesecake Sponge Cake

I wanted to make something pretty for Mothers’ Day and I think that this strawberry cheesecake sponge cake ticks that box. I feel mothers deserve something pretty every so often. Sure I’m biased as I am a mother. But I like pretty on the odd occasion, something that makes me go “ooooooo sooo preeeettty”. Yup,…

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Pulled Pork, Herb & Chickpea Salad | www.bellyrumbles.com

Healthy Recipe: Pulled Pork and Chickpea Salad

Healthy pulled pork and chickpea salad. Now, you would never have thought that pulled pork and the word ‘healthy’ could be used in the same sentence. But in regard to this recipe, it most certainly can. If you’re like me, when you hear/see the words pulled pork, you probably have the mental picture of shredded…

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Macadamia Nut Tarts with Golden Syrup Ice Cream | www.bellyrumbles.com

Macadamia Nut Tarts with Golden Syrup Ice Cream

I love baking. The smells warm the house and the heart. These macadamia nut tarts definitely do that. The tart shells are made from ground ginger nut biscuits and macadamia nut meal, they have warmth and spice. The filling flavour is a combination of buttery macadamia nuts, golden syrup, vanilla and orange zest. You will…

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Tsumago | www.bellyrumbles.com

Tsumago, an Edo era experience in Japan

When you visit Japan why not take a little detour away from the tourist hot spots of Tokyo and Kyoto. Leave the bright lights behind and slip back into the Edo era for a day? Visiting Tsumago is the perfect way of doing this, it was once a post town (shukuba) on the Nakasendo route…

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ANZAC Scones, a scone with ANZAC biscuit flavours | www.bellyrumbles.com

ANZAC Scones

I wanted to come up with something traditional but different for this coming ANZAC Day. You will already find a couple of ANZAC biscuit recipes on Belly Rumbles. My brain really didn’t venture too far. When I think traditional Aussie baking I think of the CWA and scones. Then there is the obvious ANZAC Day…

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Milk Braised Pork Shoulder with Marsala Sauce | www.bellyrumbles.com

Milk Braised Pork with Marsala Sauce

For this milk braised pork recipe I used a rindless, boneless pork collar butt I received from Murray Valley Pork (thanks for the pork pressie guys!). I’m sure a few of you are asking, What’s pork collar butt? And it’s a very good question. I had no blooming idea either. Well, I did have a…

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AIDA Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour

Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour is an amazing annual event. You haven’t witnessed one of these extraordinary opera performances before? Then you really need to. What? You don’t like opera? Then you are in for a real treat, these performances are designed for those of us that are less culturally refined than others. This year’s…

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The best Hot Cross Bun Ice Cream recipe you will find.  The flavours are perfect and easy to achieve, it will become a family favourite | www.bellyrumbles.com

The perfect Hot Cross Bun Ice Cream Recipe

It’s really quite funny and a little tragic when I look back on my posts from the first couple of years of Belly Rumbles’ existence. Just like when I look back at my original recipe for hot cross bun ice cream. The photos from 2010 are cringe worthy even though the recipe is brilliant. I’ve…

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