What’s cooking this week? The first recipe is a super simple chicken tray bake. Throw it together and pop it in the oven. Next up are vegetarian burritos loaded with veggies, beans and cheese - a great meal to involve the family with. Finish the week with beef and soba noodle salad, featuring caramelised cashews for extra deliciousness.
This beef and soba noodle salad features caramelised cashews for extra deliciousness! A simple meal that’s full of interesting flavours. This recipe was inspired by a meal I had at The Powderkeg in Ohakune recently. It was also the weekend where I tried snowboarding for the first time. Fortunately all the good food we ate more than made up for […]
These vegetarian burritos are loaded with veggies, beans and plenty of cheese. A great weeknight dinner – get the family involved and let them assemble their own! If you don’t like mushrooms and prefer a meatier meal, you can easily substitute them for beef mince or chicken – check out the recipe notes below. Love Mexican food? Here are a few […]
This chicken tray bake is so simple. Throw it together, pop it in the oven, then enjoy some free time to do something else while it cooks. Very light on dishes too! This meal might be simple but it’s definitely not lacking in flavour. A great midweek family dinner. If you love chicken roasted in the oven, try this Mediterranean […]
First on the menu is easy Indian spiced fish. Delicately spiced rather than hot and spicy, and perfect served with Indian-style fried rice. Next up is a warm chicken salad. It has maximum flavour from just a handful of ingredients. Finish the week with a true classic - lasagne. Lentils stretch the mince further and taste just as good!
Lasagne is such a good crowd pleaser, and great for making in advance. I’ve added lentils to mine to stretch the mince further – I reckon it tastes just as good! This recipe does take a little over an hour from start to finish, but it’s well worth the effort! You’ll also have plenty of time while it cooks to […]
A super simple recipe with maximum flavour from only a handful of ingredients. Even if you don’t typically like olives or dates, I’d encourage you to give this warm chicken salad a try. It really is delicious! This is another recipe inspired by a cafe lunch. I was unsure about ordering it but so glad that I did! The combination […]
This Indian spiced fish manages to be delicately spiced yet full of flavour at the same time. Delicious served with Indian-style fried rice and a generous dollop of yoghurt. I always find seafood recipes a little harder to come up with, so when mum suggested I give Indian spiced fish a go I jumped on the idea! I was pleasantly […]