A key thing that I do to write my meal plan consistently is checking what’s in my fridge! Our fridge is the key to consistent, homemade meals. I take out everything, wipe down the shelves, and take note of what I have prior to planning my meals for the week. If there is something due to expire, I set it aside and plan around it to ensure it’s eaten. This means I’m not buying food I don’t need, minimising waste, and saving money.
Looking for a quick and easy dinner that’s bursting with flavour? Look no further than san choy bow, a delightful dish featuring lettuce cups filled with savoury and sweet mince. With just a few simple steps, you can create a meal that’s both delicious and nutritious. Plus, the recipe calls for a variety of veggies, making it a great way to use up leftovers from your fridge. Whether you prefer peas, carrots, bean sprouts, or something else, you can easily customise this dish to suit your family’s tastes.
My fresh and colourful beef burrito bowls are quick and easy to prepare, made with beef mince and a few simple spices that come together to make a delicious, saucy, spicy Mexican favourite. This recipe will satisfy your craving for Mexican, but you won’t slip into a food coma with this lighter take on the classic beef burrito. Pile up your bowl with all your favourite toppings for extra flavour, texture and crunch.
My chicken with creamy tomato sauce has become a go-to midweek meal. Ready in just 15 minutes, the combination of lightly dusted chicken and parmesan-filled, creamy, garlic-infused, sun-dried tomato and spinach sauce is simply irresistible. This recipe requires minimal preparation, making it an easy option for busy weeknights. The sauce is also incredibly versatile and pairs well with a variety of sides, including rice, mashed potatoes, pasta, or crusty bread, to soak up all the delicious juices.
Looking for a delicious and easy pasta recipe to impress your guests? Look no further than my delicious prawn spaghetti recipe! With succulent fresh prawns, perfectly cooked pasta, and a rich tomato sauce, this dish will surely become a family favourite. And the best part – one pot heaven. Less washing up and more time enjoying this tasty meal.
Although this is far from an authentic Spanish paella, it is a delicious weeknight alternative ready in under 25 minutes. Chicken, chorizo and creamy arborio rice come together to make this colourful signature dish packed with flavour. One pot is all you need, and the method is so simple.
Cottage Pie is the ultimate comfort classic. I’ve tried many recipes, but I keep coming back to this method after all of my attempts. My version of Cottage Pie is loaded with extra vegetables, which I grate to suit even the fussiest of eaters… As the pie cooks, the veggies disintegrate to create a flavour-packed gravy. Although Cottage Pie requires a bit more preparation and cooking time, it is easy to make. This recipe is enough to serve my family twice. It is also the perfect dinner to freeze for when you need dinner on the table in a hurry!
When it comes to takeaway, we all enjoy the luxury of having a night off from cooking. But I promise you this delicious buttermilk fried chicken burger is quick and easy to make and costs less than $5 per serving. Plus, you can feel good about using free-range chicken and simple, wholesome ingredients. And did I mention how fast it is? I bet you can whip this up in no time, even quicker than waiting for delivery!
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