What's cooking this week? Lemon pepper fish on ciabatta with lots of fresh salad is a delicious spring meal. Then there's the works fettuccine - an easy pasta that’s a loaded-up version of fettuccine carbonara. Steak on mixed veggie rostis with rich brown gravy is a gourmet weeknight dinner that is equally as good for entertaining.
If you're a peanut butter lover, then satay tofu noodles are for you! This meal even happens to be vegan. Next on the menu is crunchy crumbed chicken tenders served on a salad packed with tasty ingredients. Beef florentine filo pie is a delicious way to finish off the week - rich, savoury mince covered with cheesy spinach and golden filo pastry sheets.
Who else loves Mexican food? Delicious chicken fajita bowls use rice instead of wraps for an easy, family-friendly meal. Next on the menu is curried sausages - a retro recipe that’s simple, tasty and inexpensive. The last meal is a savoury salmon tart. Buttery pastry and rich savoury filling are balanced out with a fresh green salad. Yum!
This week's meals are all on the lighter side, celebrating the arrival of spring! Vegetarian nachos with homemade tortilla chips are easy, healthy and super yummy. For a family-friendly, filling meal, give the chicken noodle fritters a go. Then finish off the week with Chinese fried rice, a quick and easy one-bowl dinner.
First on the menu this week is almond coated fish with honey roast veggies, steamed green beans and lemon aioli. The chargrilled chicken sandwiches are super easy to make yet still taste so delicious. The final recipe, tomato and bacon pasta, is simple and quick home cooking - perfect for busy weeknights.
Jumbo stuffed pasta shells with spinach and fecotta are the perfect nourishing comfort food. The beef and broccoli stir fry is an easy mid-week meal - it's saucy, mild and family-friendly. And if you've ever wondered how to get sausage rolls into your dinner rotation, I've found a way: add some veggies and serve with a big helping of spring slaw.
For a really yummy, lower carb dinner, chicken caesar burger bowls with pickled red onion and homemade croutons are hard to beat. The second meal - seafood chowder in homemade bread bowls - is moreishly good. Miso paste really helps to balance the flavours. Finish the week off with spinach and feta stuffed lamb with a delicious minty dressing.
Golden, crunchy stuffed beef schnitzel oozing with ham and cheese is a scrumptious way to kick off the week. Follow it up with a warm winter salad - an irresistible vegetarian combo of haloumi, roasted mushrooms and pesto. The easy chicken and leek pie is a deconstructed version for quicker cooking, with kumara rounds and a cheesy pastry topper.
Start the week off well with hot smoked salmon cakes and rocket and avocado salad. This is a delicious and nutritious meal. Sweet and sour pork has all the flavours of the takeaway version but can be made in the comfort of your own home. The final meal - meatball subs - are an indulgent and satisfying Friday night dinner. Don't forget the serviettes!
Making the most of delicious comfort foods this week! Leek and potato soup with cheese and garlic quick bread is a satisfying vegetarian meal. For a mild, rich and nourishing curry, chicken korma should definitely hit the spot. Finish off the week with loaded Mexican fries - a super yummy alternative to nachos.