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What We Want To Cook This Week

Get your meal plan sorted with these five delicious recipes.

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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!

Butternut Squash And Saffron Soup

We love Autumn, so we are very excited to see that it's starting to creep in and the weather is getting a little cooler. Soup is the perfect Autumn food, so we're definitely going to make this butternut squash and saffron soup this week. The flavour combination is delicious, the colour is super vibrant and it's a warming bowl of total comfort food. Try it out here.

Squash and saffron soup. Getty Images.
Squash and saffron soup. Getty Images.

Nori Seaweed Wraps With Poached Connemara Salmon

This recipe is an easy take on sushi, using Irish ingredients to create a delicious dish. We think these wraps would be perfect canapés at a dinner party or when you have friends over, but we love to make these wraps to snack on throughout the day. Try the recipe here.

Nori seaweed wraps. Photo: Harry Weir and Brian Clarke.
Nori seaweed wraps. Photo: Harry Weir and Brian Clarke.

Irish Cheese Flatbread

There is nothing better than cheese and this recipe from Elaine Murphy at Dublin's The Legal Eagle highlights delicious Irish cheese in an amazing way. This dish is sort of like a pizza, but with a focus on great Irish ingredients like Toonsbridge scamorza, potato and Kearney Blue instead of tomato and mozzarella. Try it out here.

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

Honey-Glazed Chicken Wings

Since we posted out Back To Basics With Chicken Wings guide last week, we have been thinking about this recipe from Saba non-stop. The sweet and savoury blend of flavours in the glaze is incredibly moreish, so we think we will end up making these wings quite frequently over next while - they're the perfect dish to enjoy while watching the Rugby World Cup! Get the recipe here.

 

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

Chocolate And Ginger Brownies

These brownies are so indulgent and full of flavour that we think they'll become a regular in our houses. The addition of pistachios adds some delicious crunch, but if they're not your favourite, we think walnuts or hazelnuts would work very well too. Try the recipe here.

Image by Harry Weir and Brian Clarke.
Image by Harry Weir and Brian Clarke.