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What to eat

What we're cooking this week

Five delicious dishes to try this week.


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

Shumaiya's family chicken korma

If you’ve never tried your hand at making Indian food at home, now is the time to start. Chicken korma might sound like a complicated, time-consuming dish but trust us, it's a lot easier than you think and can be made in just under an hour. It is rich, creamy, full of spices and flavour, and just begs to be soaked up by a piece of fresh naan.

Get the recipe here. 

Lamb loin chops with lemon-mint salsa verde

Autumn is just around the corner which means it'll soon be time to say goodbye to days spent lounging out the back garden in the summer sun. Make the most of the few good weather days we have left by firing up the barbeque and preparing this delicious lamb dish.

Get the recipe here

Lighter dan dan noodles

Some nights just escape you leaving you without the luxury of spending an hour or more preparing a delicious meal. When this happens, you could always call your local takeaway and have them do the hard work for you or you could rustle up this quick and easy noodle dish you can make with items already lying in your pantry. Oh, and the best part? You can make it in 30 minutes or less. 

Get the recipe here. 

Risotto alla primavera

Risotto might seem like a dish best kept for ordering at your favourite Italian recipe but it's a surprisingly quick and easy dinner to recreate at home. In fact, the stirring can be very therapeutic. It's all about knowing what your rice needs and when it needs it, which comes more naturally each time. Promise. 

Get the recipe here. 

Beer battered hake with twice-cooked chips 

Nothing beats the crispy crunch and the delicate flavour of batter-fried fish. Recreate this Friday night classic dinner at home in just a few simple steps. The chips are twice-fried for added crispness. Enjoy with mushy peas, salt and plenty of vinegar.

Get the recipe here. 

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