Pork Fillet with Prunes and Apple

Pork fillet, also known as pork tenderloin, is a relatively economical cut of pork that can be used in so many ways. It is economic in price and time cooking, taking 15 minutes or so to cook and retaining its moisture. Additionally it is a lean meat, only having 80mg of cholesterol and 1.2g of saturated fat per 100g. For people looking for lower-cholesterol options, … Continue reading Pork Fillet with Prunes and Apple

Guava, Pecan and Crumble Torte

Pecans and guavas are in season in Sydney and we are blessed with a bumper crop of each this year. This cake combines these two fruits into a dense nutty torte with a crumble topping, perfect with a good dollop of double cream and cup of coffee or tea. Guava, Pecan and Crumble Torte Ingredients: 120g pecan nuts, finely ground 450g  ripe pink guavas 125 g … Continue reading Guava, Pecan and Crumble Torte

Pecan, Oat and Maple Syrup Biscuits

The pecan trees in the garden are full of nuts that are giving the cockatoos a great feast. We have collected the fallen pecans and are storing them to dry in the shell.  The climate in Western Sydney seems favourable to the growth of pecans and the heat this summer has provided  perfect weather for them. What better time to bake some wonderful biscuits using … Continue reading Pecan, Oat and Maple Syrup Biscuits