10 garden-to-table recipes to make the most of autumn produce


Is there such thing as too much autumn produce? Not with these tasty snacks and recipes.

Garden Greens & Feta Filo Pie (above)

A simple tart to use up excess silverbeet, beetroot greens, spinach or kale.


No-Fail Pumpkin and Coconut Soup

This easy-to-make pumpkin soup is packed with flavour.


Parmesan-Crumbed Eggplant Rounds

Parmesan and breadcrumbs give these eggplant rounds a savoury crunch.


Sauerkraut For Beginners

Cabbage, salt and a pinch of time is all you need for a probiotic-rich sauerkraut.


Low-Sugar Orange Kumara Brownies

This sweet little brownie uses sweet potato and maple syrup as alternatives to refined sugar.

Roasted Baby Turnips

A simple turnip recipe that makes a great addition to a weekend roast.

Cabbage, Pear & Fennel Slaw

Cider vinegar, mustard and caraway punch up this simple, elegant slaw.


Cream of Watercress Soup

The trick with getting a great-tasting soup is not to let the fresh leaves sit for too long on the heat or they will go very bitter.


Greens and Feta Pancakes

These pancakes can be made using any garden green such as silverbeet, rocket or spinach.


Stecca Bread with Roasted Butternut Dip

This all-time favourite bread is exceptionally easy to make. The dip can be made in advance and stored in the fridge for up to three days.

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