10 easy recipes that make the most of pantry staples or leftovers
Pantry staples such as flour, tinned beans and garlic are the unsung heroes in many tasty dishes.
Use frozen broad beans or tinned chickpeas for a pantry version of this Middle Eastern staple.
This homemade baguette is perfect for beginners and requires just four ingredients (including water).
Flavour-packed veggie patties made from humble, tinned chickpeas.
Not to be confused with the sweet variety — these savoury pancakes can be made using any garden green such as silverbeet, rocket or spinach.
Leftover roast potatoes, parsnip and kūmara can be mashed into these cheesy scones.
This 1860s recipe requires adding a little bit of flour at a time to get the right consistency.
A savoury pie that requires lots and lots of brown onions from the pantry.
Kate’s secret to getting that covetable crusty finish is using a heavy casserole dish.
These quick and easy pancakes can be made with any dried or frozen berries on hand.
A delicious pizza base can be made from cauliflower, kumara or gluten-free flour. Here are three ideas.
Pantry staples such as garlic and red wine vinegar can make a variety of salad dressings.
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