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What to eat

What we're cooking this week

Five delicious recipes to get you through the 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 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.

Mini banoffee tarts

Step away from the banana bread people, it's time to try something new. Instead, put those bananas to good use and try this recipe for mini banoffee tarts from Edward Hayden. We'd hazard a guess that you might have a random tin of condensed milk lingering somewhere in your pantry, so you can put it to good use with these cute tarts. Try the recipe here

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

Sri Lankan cashew curry 

If you indulged a little too much over the weekend, this cashew curry recipe is the pick-me-up you need. Full of goodness, this curry is virtuous enough for you to convince yourself that you're eating healthily but flavoursome enough for you to know that you're not limiting yourself. Get the recipe here

Photo by Faith Mason
Photo by Faith Mason

Croatian lamb shoulder

Slow cooking often gets regulated to the colder months, but we're here to tell you that this helpful style of cooking is perfect at any time of year. This Croatian recipe has a distinctly fresh flavour and if you buy a large enough shoulder, you should get several meals out of it. Try the recipe here.

Warm steak salad

The sun is shining outside and summer is on the way, which means salad season is almost upon us. This Neven Maguire recipe one of our favourites because it combines warm and cold ingredients, meaning that you get a mix of flavours and textures. Get the recipe here

Flourless chocolate cake

Running out of flour and finding it difficult to buy more? We feel your pain. It seems like everyone in Ireland has decided to take up baking, clearing lots of supermarkets out of kitchen staples like flour. If you still want to bake, this flourless chocolate cake is the recipe for you - it requires minimal ingredients and is pretty simple to whip up, but packs maximum flavour. Get the recipe here