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What We're Cooking This Week

Sort out your meal plan with these five gorgeous recipes.

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It's the start of a new week which means it's time to figure out what to cook.

Our food cravings have inspired this list, based on recipes we've been posting on the site lately. The five dishes below are ones we know we'll cook again and again, so try them out with us and let us know what you think!

1. Dark Chocolate And Blackberry Tart

Blackberries are just starting to come into season and this decadent tart recipe from Hugo Arnold is the perfect way to make the most of them. The perfect combination of sweet and tart, this dish is the perfect way to end a meal. If you don't fancy blackberries, we think this dish would work very well with strawberries or blueberries too. Get the recipe here

2. Courgette And Basil Lasagne

Darina Allen's courgette and basil lasagne is the perfect dish for those that are craving some comfort food but want to keep it light. Ever since we wrote our seasonal guide to courgettes, we've been craving this dish. Try the recipe here

3. Chilli Pork Noodles

Ditch the takeaway and try to make your favourite dish at home with this gorgeous chilli pork noodle recipe. It's really light and jam-packed with flavour, so you'll definitely want to make it again and again, plus it tastes just as good cold, so make extra to have for your lunch too. Get the recipe here

4. Mumbai-Style Buttered Vegetables

Ever since Élodie Noël's piece on the history of tikka masala, we have been craving some authentic Indian food, which is why we'll definitely be making this dish this week. Featuring a mix of buttery, spicy vegetables, this dish is moreish and full of flavour. Try the recipe here

5. Open-Flaked Salmon And Crab On Homemade Soda Bread

We absolutely love open sandwiches and this topping absolutely screams summer to us. It's really easy to whip up and the brown bread recipe is very versatile, so double up the quantities to make two loaves so you have enough to do you for the week. Click here for the recipe. 

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