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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.

Our food cravings have inspired this list, based on recipes we've been posting on the site lately. The 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.

Crispy chicken with chimichurri dip

Think chicken tenders, but make it gourmet. This crispy chicken recipe is so easy to make, but it's the chimichurri dip that's the real winner here. It works really well with halloumi and steak, so double the recipe for the dip and keep it in a sealed container in the fridge for about a week. Get the recipe here

Image by theculinarygeek on flickr.
Image by theculinarygeek on flickr.

Strawberry, barley and spinach salad

It's been fairly warm outside over the past while, so we've been craving a lot of lighter food like this salad. Even though strawberries will always be our favourite fruit to use, especially since they're at their best right now, this salad also works well with blueberries and raspberries. Try the recipe here

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Getty Images.

Mojito cupcakes

This cupcake recipe combines two of our favourite things - booze and cake! While we love the cheeky addition of rum in this recipe, these cupcakes would taste absolutely delicious if you omit it to make the cakes suitable for little ones. Get the recipe here.

Photo by Harry Weir and Brian Clarke.
Photo by Harry Weir and Brian Clarke.

White chocolate meringues with rhubarb 

Over the past few days, the weather has shown us that summer truly has arrived and has brought some great seasonal produce along with it. The strawberries and rhubarb in this dish are at their best right now and there's no better dessert than meringue when it's warm out. Get the recipe here

Photo by Harry Weir and Brian Clarke.
Photo by Harry Weir and Brian Clarke.

Guinness Extra Stout mussels

This recipe is a bit of a twist on the classic French dish moules marinières, using Guinness in place of wine. We might not be able to visit the Guinness Storehouse right now, but this dish helps to bring a little bit of it home for us to enjoy, so whip this up and tuck in alongside some crusty bread and crispy chips for a perfect meal. Try it out here