ES Diversity - Creating Connections through Food
The cookbook showcases your favourite recipes. Some of these have been handed down from mother to daughter/son; grandparents to grandchildren, have been collected when holidaying or are our favourite foods when eating out or entertaining with friends and family. All have a special place for the individuals, teams and departments that have submitted them. Read more...
The cookbook showcases your favourite recipes. Some of these have been handed down from mother to daughter/son; grandparents to grandchildren, have been collected when holidaying or are our favourite foods when eating out or entertaining with friends and family. All have a special place for the individuals, teams and departments that have submitted them.
We hope you enjoy reading the recipes and trying them out.
Fresh Spring Rolls
Indian bread with potato filling
San Choy Bow
Tiropitakia - Cheese Filo Triangles
Milchreis - German Rice Pudding
Apple Streusel Muffins
Carrot Halwa (Indian)
Chocolate Raspberry Brownies
Classic Victorian Sponge
Honey Yoghurt Cream
Rocky Road Candy
Russian Sharlotka - Easy Apple Cake
Braised Bok Choy
Caravan potato bake
CREAM OF ASPARAGUS SOUP WITH PARMESAN CROUTONS
Pho (Vietnamese soup)
Chicken and peas with tarragon butter
Coronation Chicken - Lord Richard
Creamy Chicken & Pumpkin Curry
Fettuccini with spinach and prawns
Glazed Pork Tenderloin
Khatta Meetha Karela
Middle Eastern Lamb Tart
Pickled Tea Salad
Portuguese Charcoal rabbit
Pulao (Mixed Vegetable Rice)
Roasted Chicken with Lemon and Thyme
Santa Fe Chicken
Veal Schnitzel Parme
Mamma’s Spaghetti Bolognese
Sindhi Chicken Biryani
GYM Junkie Salad
Mini Pavlovas (Kiwi style)
Chick Pea Curry (Channa Masala)
Italian Apricot Cake
Italian Almond Biscuits
Sticky Date Cake
Mediterranean Pasta Salad
PUDLA (Savoury vegetable pancakes)
KAU KSWE (Burmese Curry)
Greek Spice Cake
Spicy Sichuan Chicken
El Chimichurri Argentino
Creamy Cauliflower Soup with cheesy croutons
Roasted Pumpkin and Goat Cheese Rotolo
Lokum Turkish Delight
Cheats Satay Chicken
Rosemary and garlic roast lamb
Lao Green Papaya Salad
Cucumber Kim Chi
Chilli Fried Fish
Chocolate Mousse Cake with Coffee Mascarpone
Beef salad with noodles
Chicken and mushroom risotto
Three Mushroom Spaghetti
Kumara and Chickpea Patties
Chocolate lava cakes
Dim Sims (steamed)
Sholeh Zard Saffron Rice Pudding
Lamb kofta with fattoush
Apricot, almond and honey cake
Orange syrup cake
Churros con chocolate
Chocolate hedgehog slice
Baked apples with burnt sugar cream
Aussie Beef and Beer Pie
Sticky bacon wrapped sausages
German potato salad
Honey Soy Chicken Kebabs
Apple Tarte Tartin
Chocolate Chip Cookies
Sissie's Potato Bake
San Choy BowSubmitted by: IWT
This is one of the easiest and tastiest Chinese meals to make, great for entrée or main. It is light and great for summer, also very healthy for you. One of my mum’s favourite. Enjoy! Lily
Paella ValencianoSubmitted by: RBB ES
My dad make taught me how to make this recipe. I hope you enjoy it. Craig
QuesilloSubmitted by: IWT
Quesillo is a sweet dessert. It’s a sweet egg custard with my favourite ingredient – coconut. Coconut represents The Tropics. The dessert reminds me of my mum, my aunty and my grandmother all of whom used to cook this for special family occasions when I was young. I hope you enjoy it. Amanda
Russian Sharlotka - Easy Apple CakeSubmitted by: IWT
It is said to have been invented in the late 18th century by a French chef for his Russian employer, Tsar Alexander I. This much simpler version became a traditional Russian dessert. I have chosen it because it is popular among Russians, known as modern Russian dessert but at the same time influenced by a French recipe from 200 years ago. I hope you enjoy it. Alex
Caravan potato bakeSubmitted by: IWT
Our family loves caravanning. When we stay at the van, everything you eat comes off the BBQ. Potato Bake is one of our favourite caravanning meals... I hope you enjoy it. Helen
Chicken AdoboSubmitted by: RBB ES
Chicken Adobo is the national Filipino dish. It is easy to prepare and cook, the ingredients are easy to source, and it does not take a MasterChef to cook this main dish. The taste is sour, salty, and garlic-infused; served best with steamed jasmine rice. Enjoy! Bea
ColcannonSubmitted by: CTO
Colcannon is normally eaten around Halloween. Money or a gold ring is wrapped in foil and hidden in the colcannon for the children of the house to find. Happy hunting!
Pickled Tea SaladSubmitted by: IWT
This dish is special because not only is it rare to hear about tea leaves being eaten, it is seems to be liked by people across lots of different cultures, making you wonder why it’s not eaten in more countries. This is a traditional entrée or snack eaten in Burma, washed down with a pot of jasmine tea. I hope you enjoy it! Richard
Portuguese Charcoal rabbitSubmitted by: Service Development
The Smells and flavours of this dish bring back memories of times spent with far away and long gone relatives. I hope you enjoy it! Miguel
Tamarind DalSubmitted by: Service Delivery
This was one of my favourite childhood dishes. I hope you enjoy it. Becky
Sindhi Chicken BiryaniSubmitted by: Service Delivery
This is my Moms signature dish from Sindh Pakistan. Enjoy! Allan
GYM Junkie SaladSubmitted by: Service Delivery
I hope you enjoy my self titled recipe. It's one of my favouite simple easy to make, on the go recipes. Sal
Chicken MokSubmitted by: Service Delivery
This is classed as a favourite dish in the Asian culture. While it takes a long time to cook it is a delicacy enjoyed by all. I hope you enjoy making it. Tom
DOL-DOLSubmitted by: Service Delivery
It is traditionally made during the Christmas season and is a much-loved treat for the Anglo-Indian culture. It is a ‘ Moorish’ sweet as once you taste it, you can’t stop wanting more. I hope you enjoy it! Rebecca
Rabbit StewSubmitted by: Service Delivery
This is the Malta’s national dish, a marvellous slow cooked dish that’s full of flavour, the meat so tender it falls off the bone. Maltese families love to use the rich tomato sauce with pasta as a first course and serve the rabbit with vegetables as a main. Enjoy! Sav.
Cucumber Kim ChiSubmitted by: Service Delivery
This is a beautiful side dish enjoyed by many Koreans. I hope you also enjoy it. Walter
Chicken KebabSubmitted by: RBB ES
This is a very quick and easy recipe but equally delicious… This recipe actually opens the door into Pakistani cooking. I hope you enjoy it and feel inspired to try more Pakistani cooking. Annie
Sissie's Potato BakeSubmitted by: IWT
This is the recipe for my sister’s potato bake that we all love! There are never any leftovers as it is just too delicious! I hope you enjoy making it. Helen
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Food is a great way to come together and learn about different cultures. It brings back fond memories of great times and experiences and allows us to create new connections. The cookbook showcases your favourite desserts, cakes and biscuits. Some of these have been have been collected when holidaying, are your favourite desserts when eating out or entertaining with friends and family or recipes you enjoy cooking with members of your family. All have a special place for the individuals, teams and departments that have submitted them. We hope you enjoy reading the recipes and trying them out. ES Diversity
Food is a great way to come together and learn about different cultures. It brings back fond memories of great times and experiences and allows us to create new connections. The cookbook showcases your favourite mains and appetisers including soups and salads. Some of these have been handed down from mother to daughter/son; grandparents to grandchildren, have been collected when holidaying or are our favourite foods when eating out or entertaining with friends and family. All have a special place for the individuals, teams and departments that have submitted them. We hope you enjoy reading the recipes and trying them out. ES Diversity