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What We're Cooking This Week

Five gorgeous recipes for you 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 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!

Roast Cauliflower With Saffron And Bay Leaves And Crispy Chicken

We're currently obsessed with Darina Allen's new cookbook, One Pot Feeds All, which features 100 new recipes. We published three recipes from the queen of Irish cuisine on the site earlier this week, but we have a real soft spot for this cauliflower, saffron and chicken dish. It's the perfect midweek meal because it's both quick to whip up and full of flavour. Try the recipe here.

Slow Roast Duck Leg with Red Quinoa

Since we covered duck leg in our latest Back To Basics guide, we have been craving this dish. Full of flavour and texture thanks to the quinoa, pomegranates and hazelnuts, this recipe is a great way to use duck leg. Get the recipe here.

Honey-Roasted Salmon

Kish Fish sent us this recipe ahead of Salmon Day a few weeks ago and ever since, we've realised how great it is to have in our repertoire. It's quick, easy and full of flavour, so expect to make this over and over again once you've tried it. You can find the recipe here

Roast Pork Loin With Maple-Glazed Vegetables

Like most people, we love a roast dinner and this one is one of our absolute favourites. The crispy crackling on the pork is a real treat and the maple-glazed vegetables are delicious. Try the veg with roast chicken or steak to give regular roasted vegetables an upgrade. Get the recipe here.

Flourless Lemon And Orange Polenta Cake

The combination of citrus and polenta in this cake is absolutely gorgeous, so we know we'll be making this again this week. If you don't like mixing lemon and orange, try it with just one and see how it goes. If lime is more your thing, we're sure it would be a delicious addition too. Find the recipe here