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Black Forest Semifreddo Roulade

Decorated with new-season’s cherries, this cool Christmas treat from the Adelaide Central Market incorporates the classic flavours of Black Forest cake.

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Cranberry, Smoked Bacon & Pistachio Turkey Roll

This festive turkey roll recipe from the Adelaide Central Market is cooked in white wine and stock and served with a cranberry, orange and rosemary gravy.

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Lamb Koftas with Tabbouleh

A great option for informal entertaining or feeding a crowd, this lamb kofta recipe comes from New Zealand chef Michael Meredith.

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Chicken Pad See Ew

This stir-fried noodle dish represents the multi-cultural melting pot of cuisine: a Thai classic featured in a cookbook of Los Angeles recipes compiled by a Frenchman.

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Layered Turkish Delight Pavlova

Turkish delight and rosewater add a Middle Eastern flavour to this pavlova, in which the sweetness is balanced by the tang of pink grapefruit segments.

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Five-Minute Cacao Mousse

This quick and easy vegan chocolate mousse is made with avocados, dates and cacao. And if you're sceptical about avocado in a dessert, you'll probably be pleasantly surprised.

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FruChoc brownies

These indulgent chocolate brownies incorporate a good smattering of FruChocs – and CityMag has taste-tested the recipe for you.

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Poh’s Crème Caramel

French food lover Poh Ling Yeow, who will be hosting a six-course Bastille Day dinner at her Adelaide Central Market Stall, shares a recipe for her favourite dessert.

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Lamington pain perdu

They’re lamingtons, but not as you know them. In fact, they’re made with brioche and come from a new gourmet toastie cookbook by Melbourne pastry chef Darren Purchese.

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Good Morning Brioche

Best served warm from the oven, these cinnamon sugar or chocolate spread brioche make a sweet alternative to the traditional Easter hot cross buns.