Type and press ENTER
Hit ESC to close

by entering your email address, you agree to our privacy policy

close
What_to_cook_june_gettyimages-883982336_main
Getty Images

What We're Cooking This Week

Five delicious recipes for you to try out.

SHARE

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. Bacon And Leek Macaroni Cheese

If you're in need of comfort food, then this macaroni cheese is exactly what you need to cook this week. We rediscovered this recipe when writing our back to basics with bacon guide and we haven't been able to stop thinking about it since. The addition of bacon and leek gives this luxurious dish an extra boost, but you could always try it with chorizo and sundried tomatoes for a bit of a change. Try the recipe here.

Bacon and leek mac and cheese from The Lovely Food Co.
Bacon and leek mac and cheese from The Lovely Food Co.

2. Sweet Onion Tart

This tart is perfect for meal prep as you can make it on a Sunday, then enjoy it for lunch or dinner for the rest of the week. It's so delicious that we can guarantee you won't get sick of this dish. Try it out here.

Getty Images.
Getty Images.

3. Fish Burgers

Another great option if you're planning to prep your meals ahead of time this week – we're sensing a theme here – these fish burgers freeze so well. Make a double batch to keep in the freezer for a quick and easy dinner later in the week, which is great for those days when you just don't have the time to cook a full meal. Get the recipe here.

The Oarhouse's fish burgers.
The Oarhouse's fish burgers.

4. Ganache Tartlets

Juliet Sear's latest cookbook is jam-packed with gorgeous recipes that use botanicals in a range of desserts and we are particularly obsessed with this ganache tartlet dish. With an almond-based tart shell filled with silky smooth ganache, we know this recipe will become a regular fixture in our lives. Try it out here.

Juliet Sear's ganache tartlets. Photography by Jason Jenkins.
Juliet Sear's ganache tartlets. Photography by Jason Jenkins.

5. Asparagus Risotto

We're planning to make the most of asparagus while it's in season and this risotto looks absolutely irresistible. This Aoife Carrigy recipe is very easy to follow and results is a deliciously creamy dish that you might just want to make every day for the rest of your lives. Get the recipe here.

Getty Images.
Getty Images.

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