Meals that you can rely on when you're short on time. Just because we have more time at home right now, doesn't mean we have the motivation for luxurious, slow-cooked meals every night and that's where these recipes come in handy. There's something for everyone in this series, with perfectly cooked steak, honey and soy chicken and comforting pasta dishes that we crave over winter.
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.’ And you know what, when Mum says ‘eat this, I think you’ll like it’ you do as you're told. You can read the full recipe here.
In Ella’s words “Steak! Really yum and fun to eat. Make sure there's bread on the side to mop up the oil and vinegar mix.” Her excellent recipe was accompanied by an amazing sautéd radicchio but we were forced to pivot, due to a lack of radicchio, and reached in to our memory bank for the ever dependable grilled broccolini. You can read the full recipe here.
Crispy skin salmon with a zingy salad that comes together in 5 minutes. Perfect for a single meal when you’re strapped for time and impressive enough to cook for a group of friends. Salmon from the supermarket is incomparable to our Ora King Salmon and this dish highlights the quality! You can read the full recipe here.
This is another delicious midweek ‘how to cook’ that the kids will love! We marinate our chicken drumsticks in gluten-free soy sauce, green onions, white distilled vinegar, honey, garlic and sesame seeds. We’ve turned the marinade in to a sticky glaze and served the drumsticks with steamed broccoli, rice and a fried egg. You can read the full recipe here.
During this wintery Melbourne 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! You can read the full recipe here.
During winter, we're no doubt craving heart-warming comfort food, with pies definitely ticking all the boxes! This recipe is a weeknight favourite as it's all made in one cast iron pan, which results in an easy clean up. We've packed this pie full of veggies so you don't have to feel guilty about indulging mid-week and with a layer of puff pastry, you know you'll have the kids wanting more!