It's the start of a new week which means it's time to try new recipes.

Our food cravings have inspired this list, based on recipes we've been posting on the site lately. These five dishes below are ones we know we'll cook again and again. Try them out with us! 

Spinach and Walnut Khachapuri

This recipe comes from Claire Thomson's newest book New Kitchen Basics. A classic Georgian recipe, these flatbreads are baked with spinach, an egg and a mound of butter – sounds delicious to us! Get the recipe here.

Claire Thomson's Spinach and Walnut Khachapuri

Claire Thomson's Spinach and Walnut Khachapuri

Tom's Potato and Watercress Picnic Salad

Tom O'Connell kindly gave us his recipe for potato salad as part of the O'Connell family interview series. The ultimate family picnic staple, this addition of watercress to this salad makes it really fresh. We think this potato salad be a great lunch option, so we're looking forward to eating it this week. Find the recipe here.

Tom's potato salad.

Tom's potato salad.

Egg Fried Rice with Duck & Black Truffles

If you're trying to up your fried rice game, it can't get any fancier than this. The addition of black truffle makes this dish feel a little indulgent but still filling and delicious. Chef Karl Whelan, who created the recipe, told us that he was inspired by the thought of combining truffles and carbs to create this dish. Get the recipe here.

Egg fried rice with duck and black truffle

Egg fried rice with duck and black truffle

Elizabeth's Roast Stuffed Chicken

Another O'Connell's recipe, this one comes from youngest sibling Elizabeth. This chicken is very nostalgic for Elizabeth as she remembers her Mum preparing it for her and bringing it to her in boarding school in Wicklow. The herby flavour of the stuffing really elevates the savoury taste of the dish. Click here for the recipe.

Elixabeth's Roast Stuffed Chicken

Elixabeth's Roast Stuffed Chicken

Honeycomb

There's something very satisfying about making your own honeycomb. This recipe from Emma Nelson is really easy to make and tastes great. To make homemade Cadbury's Crunchie bars, dip pieces of the honeycomb in melted milk chocolate and need to set – It's also really tasty with white chocolate. Get the recipe here.

Emma Nelson's honeycomb

Emma Nelson's honeycomb

What will you be making this week? Let us know in the comments below.