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What to eat

What we're cooking this week

Five delicious dishes to try this 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 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.

Garlic and chilli prawns

Summertime and the livin' is easy, isn't that how the song goes? This gorgeous tapas recipe is quick to throw together, full of flavour and perfect for al fresco dining. Pro tip: enjoy with a crisp glass of white wine to convince yourself you're actually eating this beside the beach in Spain. Get the recipe here.

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

Ultimate mojito

Another summery recipe, this mojito is a very light cocktail that's packed with fresh mint and lime flavours. While we love the boozy version, you could easily make this non-alcoholic for a midweek treat. Continue the summertime vibes with our mojito recipe here

Photo by Hari Bouchard on Unsplash.
Photo by Hari Bouchard on Unsplash.

Pesto pasta

This easy pasta dish is a midweek favourite for lots of families around the country. While there are lots of great jars of pesto available in stores around the country, our recipe calls for an easy, homemade variety, which can be doubled and jarred for future use. Get the recipe here

Photo by Vika Aleksandrova on unsplash.
Photo by Vika Aleksandrova on unsplash.

Sweet potato rosti, grilled halloumi and poached eggs

Whether it's for brunch, lunch or dinner, this sweet potato recipe is always a crowd-pleaser. If you don't fancy the halloumi, we recommend trying this dish with baked feta or caramelised goat's cheese for a salty hit. Try the recipe here

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

Chocolate fudge cake

Wash down all that good food with a delicious vegan sponge that's equal parts virtuous and indulgent. If you're heading for a socially distant picnic or party, use the mixture to make cupcakes instead. Get the recipe here

Photo by Alistair Richardson.
Photo by Alistair Richardson.