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What We Want To Cook This Week

Five delicious recipes for you to try out 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!

Orange And Honey Layered Cake

Your week will be made so much better by the addition of cake! This orange and honey cake is picture-perfect, tastes amazing and isn't too difficult to whip up. If you don't fancy layering the cake and piping the icing, half the mix and bake in loaf tins, before spreading some of the icing on top - it will still be just as delicious. Get the recipe here

Wicklow Lamb Koftas With Giant Couscous 

We're all about delicious office lunches and these lamb koftas with giant couscous are perfect. So easy to make, simple to reheat and absolutely delicious, this dish is sure to become one of your lunchtime regulars in no time. Try the recipe here

Rice Pudding With A Rhubarb And Raspberry Compote 

The weather seems to have taken a turn for the worst, so we're craving comfort food right now. This creamy rice pudding is a total crowd-pleaser and is sure to make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside after you took into a bowl. The compote is delicious too, so double the recipe and keep some in a jar to jazz up your granola in the morning. Get the recipe here

Peach Berry Crumble

This versatile recipe is absolutely delicious and can be made with whatever fruit is in season. While we love the combination of peach and blueberry, now that it's starting to come into September, we thing blackberry and apple would work very well too. Try the recipe here.

Raw Scallops, Black Truffle, Hazelnut And Blood Orange

We are obsessed with the flavour combinations in this dish; they're perfectly autumnal but still fresh and bright. The combination of raw scallop and black truffle is so decadent that we think this dish would work really well at a dinner party -it's minimal effort, but will seriously impress your guests. Try it out here.