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What We're Cooking This Week

Five delicious recipes to keep you warm 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 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!

Tempura Prawn Bap

This L.Mulligan Grocer recipe combines crispy batter, flavourful seafood and gribiche sauce that's so good we know we'll end up making a massive batch to use with a variety of other foods. Tempura is such a crispy batter that we're certain you'll find this delicious sandwich super moreish. The batter recipe is really versatile, so try it out on a variety of different vegetables for a tasty starter or snack. Try this recipe here

Lemon-Infused Prawn Risotto With Crispy Radicchio

We're really excited about prawns this week, so if you're like feeling it too, this gorgeous risotto is a different way to use them up. We love the bright colour that the saffron gives the rice, which contrasts so beautifully with the radicchio. Try it here.

Crispy Duck Spring Rolls With Asian Barbecue Dip

If you're craving some comfort food, look no further than these fakeaway duck spring rolls from Wade Murphy. If duck isn't your thing, braise some chicken legs, pull the meat and add to the filling instead. You could also easily make these rolls vegetarian by omitting the meat altogether and simply bulking up with more veggies. Try the recipe here.

Guinness Fish Pie

It was World Stout Day last week and we have been thinking about this Guinness recipe ever since. The temperatures have dropped so much lately that we're craving some seriously warming dishes and this fish pie fits the bill. The best part is you can customise the fish filling, making sure to use your favourite types. Get the recipe here.

Sag Paneer

Nutmeg our featured fall flavour last week and ever since, we've been thinking about this gorgeous sag paneer recipe from LEON Happy Curries. This curry is total comfort food, promising heaps of flavour and minimal effort. Get the recipe here