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What We're Cooking This Week

Five delicious recipes to get you through the week.

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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!

Gaeng lao curry 

It's been so cold lately that we have constantly been craving comfort food. Thankfully, this dish from Kin Khao Thai fits the bill perfectly. Jam-packed with veggies and aromatics, this recipe is so good that you'll definitely end up adding it to your regular rotation. Try it out here

Beef bourguignon 

This dish, as with the one above, is all about comfort. There's nothing more classic than beef bourguignon and even though it requires some effort, the end result is always worth it. As a bonus, this recipe reheats very well, so double the recipe to save yourself some cooking throughout the week. Get the recipe here

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Lemon-garlic roasted chicken with lemon and thyme stuffing

All of the recipes from Burren Dinners are delicious, but we're particularly enamoured with this one. There's something very special about a roast chicken and this iteration is absolutely foolproof. Try it out here

Photo by Joanne Murphy.
Photo by Joanne Murphy.

Easy homemade granola

While we love breakfast, we're not always up for cooking first thing in the morning, which is where this granola comes in. The beauty of this recipe is that you can make a batch ahead of time and then throughout the week you can add it to yoghurt, milk or just enjoy it by itself. Try it out here

Salted caramel and Irish whiskey cake

Salted caramel is one of our favourite flavours, as is Irish whiskey, so we're completely obsessed with this recipe. If you're not up for making a big cake, then use the mix to make cupcakes but you might need to half it if you don't want too many. Get the recipe here

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