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  • Recipe Room  »  Neil Perry

    Neil Perry is one of Australia’s leading and most influential chefs. He has managed several quality restaurants in Sydney and today concentrates on his numerous restaurants in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth, and Rockpool Consulting.

    As well as the author of numerous cookbooks, including Rockpool Bar & Grill, Good Food, Simply Asian, The Food I Love, and Balance & Harmony, Neil is a television presenter on The LifeStyle Channel with whom he has produced several series around the region under the banners of Food Source, Fresh & Fast, High Steaks and The Rockpool Sessions.

    His recipes come Do Something! FoodWise courtesy of Green Pages.

    BACKGROUND spaghetti bolognaise

    Spaghetti bolognese

    Neil Perry's take on a classic dish. He insists it is worth using both beef and pork for flavour and texture.
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    Neil Perry
    BACKGROUND-Tingling-Prawns

    Tingling prawns

    A fresh, light and spicy salad - a starter with a kick, Chinese style.
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    Submitted by
    Neil Perry
    BACKGROUND CARROT_ALMOND CAKE

    Carrot and almond cake

    This flourless cake has a wonderful texture, is quite easy to make and would be perfect for picnics, desserts or afternoon tea.
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    Submitted by
    Neil Perry