Sticky Date and Banana PuddingI served this to people who don't like dates, and they came back for seconds, and thirds! This is a favourite recipe from my sister, Susan, that was adjusted for Omnia cooking. I didn't have much brown sugar so I substituted for white, leaving the brown for the sauce. I also didn't have self-raising flour, so I just added 1 teaspoon of baking powder to the flour. Sometimes you have to improvise when living in a Motorhome!Bulgur SaladIf you are looking for a salad with a difference then look no further. This is simple to make and absolutely divine, you won't be able to stop eating it. It really doesn't get any easier than this.CarbonaraA good friend in Italy had his mother make us this yummy dish. I watched and learned the secrets of how to make the best Carbonara. UPDATE: Sadly we recently learned our friend's Mama passed away due to Covid-19. This recipe will forever be dear to us. Possa riposare in pace (May She Rest In Peace).CaponataAt the Italian Cooking School, Mamma Corleone in Palermo, Sicily we learned to cook this very tasty dish which can be served hot or cold. It's especially great on fresh bread. It keeps in the fridge for days (unless scoffed first).Aubergine Rolls (Involtini di Melanzane)While learning to cook Italian food in Palermo, Sicily, we realised just how yummy, easy, and inexpensive these are to make. They are also an easy thing to cook in the Omnia Oven while traveling in a Motorhome.Cirkassian ChickenThis Turkish chicken dip recipe is my all time favourite dip. It's versatile and lasts for up to a week (if not scoffed beforehand) in the fridge. We learnt to make this at our Turkish Cooking Classes. At first I remember thinking that there were a lot of elements but if you can get past that thought it is so simple and your efforts will be well rewarded. Don't be afraid to experiment with the flavours as this recipe can be quite forgiving.Hot Cross BunsThis is a traditional bun made with spices and eaten at Easter time in New Zealand. While travelling in Sicily at Easter we couldn't find these, so we made them ourselves. I hope you enjoy cooking and eating these Hot Cross Buns.BorecikWe learned how to make these at Cookistan Cooking Class in Istanbul, Turkey. They are crunchy on the outside with tasty spicy meat filling, covered with yoghurt, butter, and mint. Don’t worry if you can’t find the Turkish dough, just use filo pastry instead.Apple StrudelThis was cooked in an Omnia oven (in our Motorhome), but can be cooked in a standard oven. Thanks to Doreen from Germany for this recipe, first seen on Facebook in Omnia "Stovetop Oven" Cooking.