With the cooler change in weather, we find ourselves reaching for takeaway more frequently. This Korean Chicken Stir Fry is simple, it's packed with flavour and with all home-cooked meals, you can ensure that the meat you're eating is good quality meat!
Quick, easy, tasty: tick, tick, tick. This week, we've adapted an Adam Liaw recipe for sausages (squeezed out and rolled into balls) cooked in tomato sugo. After all, what is a sausage if not a large meatball in a casing? We served with polenta but it would be just as good with pasta or crusty bread.
Musakhan is a traditional Palestinian chicken meal that's served from one dish, for everyone to tear of bread and sandwich the tender, spiced chicken and onions in between. With the mild weather we've been blessed with, we cooked the chicken on the barby to give the whole dish a nice, toasty flavour but cooking it in the oven will works wonderfully too!
In the spirit of spring, we've used our Slow Cooked Lamb Shoulder for some bloody tasty tacos! We prepared it with slices of orange, onion, dried morita chilli and cumin and then sandwiched it in a corn tortilla with a tomatillo salsa and cabbage. Using our slow cooked lamb shoulder has made what is usually a 3-4 hour cook, into a quick and easy dinner that you can even cook mid week!
There's a certain satisfaction that comes with making your own bread, and this three-ingredient yoghurt flatbread couldn't be easier. It's the perfect vessel for our lamb kofta, lathered with some garlicky yoghurt and crunchy veg. And just in time for your next sunny spring BBQ, too.
Mum tried this Spaghetti Alla Carbonara with a friend recently and has been raving about it since. She kept saying ‘Olly, this would be so delicious with your dry cured bacon. Bring some pasta home from the shop and Madeline’s eggs and we’ll cook it.’
Our house-madeItalian Meatballsmake it easy to create a comforting and delicious weeknight meal at home in under an hour. We've paired them with a simple marinara sauce and our new Rustichella d'Abruzzo Spaghetti. Dressed with plenty of freshly shaved parmesan and the whole family is in for a real treat!
The perfect mid week dinner where you can set and forget! The combination of salty miso and aromatic harissa is so well-balanced and infuses a lot of flavour with very little effort. If you have time to marinate overnight that would be ideal, but 1 hour is delicious too.
Fish Fingers are an Aussie classic and you can make them at home in just a few simple steps and even get the kiddos involved! Forget getting the kitchen dirty with deep frying, these fish fingers are baked, making them healthier and fuss-free. Serve alongside some roasted veg or they'd also be great in a fish sandwich or served as classic fish and chips.
It doesn't get more delicious than thinly sliced, crispy potatoes coated in the juices from chicken baking on top! This is a mid week dinner that you'll crave after your first cook, coming together simply and having the whole family satisfied.
A simple, straight forward and downright delicious recipe from Vanessa Gordon, her Grilled Pepper Steak with Spring Onions. By adding in a few easy steps, you can turn your regular barbecued steak into a restaurant quality meal. Using our Rump Steak and combining it with toasty peppercorns and charred spring onions, we guarantee you'll be cooking this time and time and again.
A one pan meal that comes together in under an hour is always a weeknight favourite. Highlighting our tender, organic chicken drumsticks, paired with saltiness from bacon and anchovies and balanced with creamy buffalo mozzarella. It’s a dinner that’ll have everyone smiling. Serve alongside a fresh green salad or seasonal veggies and rice.