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A unique Aussie Christmas lunch

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Wato's is launching a  tasty Aussie treat , a must have for your Christmas dinner table. Spicy,  sweet, aromatic ,the taste of an  Aussie Christmas all in one bite !

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Watos famous Christmas Ham

Nothing says "Aussie Christmas" more than a delicious Watos leg Ham. It’s an Aussie tradition to enjoy sensational ham cut straight from the bone , sliced cold for the Christmas dinner table, YUM! Order your famous Watos leg ham Now and beat the Christmas rush. Stay tuned for a bounty of Christmas ham ideas !

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Pork and apples - the perfect combo

Pork and apple are a perfect combination – so here’s an easy recipe you can try at home.Ingredients4 pork chops3 red or green apples, cored, unpeeled, cut into wedgeshandful rosemary leaves or 2 teaspoons dried rosemarydrop of olive oilsalt and black pepperMethodPreheat oven to 210°C. Score fat around edge of chops at 2cm intervals. Sprinkle chops with salt and pepper [...]

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Spice up spring!

Spring is definitely in the air, with summer just around the corner too. We love this time of year when BBQs can be an everyday meal.To kickstart the season, we have put together a spicy hot chicken marinade you can impress guests with at your next get together.Ingredients1 teaspoon smokey paprika2 tablespoons hot chili powder (or more if you can take [...]

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Delicious Spaghetti Bolognaise Recipe

Who doesn’t look a good spag bol? It’s the favourite dinner optin for so many families and this week at Watos we have premium beef mince on special offer at just $5/kg!Here’s one of our favourite ways to eat mince…Ingredients1 tablespoon olive oil2 large chopped onions3 large garlic cloves, crushed100g chopped pancetta or bacon bits1kg beef mince2 [...]

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​Three Steps to the Best Pork Crackling

There’s still a chill in the air, so make the most of those last few winter days by making a classic dinner party favourite – pork crackling.ScoringUse a sharp knife and make short but deep (about 1cm) cuts into the skin. Make sure you don’t go too far down to the actual meat. Ensure the scores are all over [...]

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Recipe: Lamb Shanks and Sweet Potato Mash

While there's still a chill in the air, there's nothing better than a hearty meal to share with family in the evening.One of our all time favourites is lamb shank. Here's a recipe with some winter warming mash potato, with a twist. Enjoy!Serves 4Prep time 15 minCook 1 hr 30 minIngredients – lamb shank4 small French-trimmed [...]

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Types of Spicy Sausages

With so many types of cured meats and sausages out there that can be used for all types of dishes and cuisines, we thought it would be useful to share with our customers some of the basic characteristics of the most common types.ChorizoChorizo is spicy and seasoned with a lot of chilli, paprika and vinegarMexican and Spanish chorizo differ [...]

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Confused about Lamb?

Depending on what you are cooking – tagine, casserole, curries – the various cuts of lamb can bring out the best flavours. Getting to know the types of lamb cuts available is important to maximise taste.Here are some of the most commonly found cuts of lamb. You can always talk to the Wato’s team for guidance on selecting the best [...]

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Making the Most of your Roast

There’s nothing better than a Sunday roast dinner, especially in the colder months. Gathering friends and family together, letting the tantalising smells of the roast surround the house and then sitting down to enjoy a feast is the best part of the winter!But what do you do with all the leftovers? Rather than discarding the bones and carcass of [...]

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