A little forward thinking is the key to winning at dinner but admittedly, meal planning definitely takes a bit of effort to get great results.
Luckily for you, we’ve taken the time to choose tempting recipes for every day of the week to make dinner delicious, easy and varied every night.
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Tick off Meat-free Monday and pizza night in one go with this easier than it looks Tomato & Ricotta Galette, a delicious pie and pizza hybrid. Get the kids involved in making simple shortcrust pastry and it’s a guaranteed winner all-round
Pork Ghoulash – Neven Maguire
This divine pork ghoulash recipe from the lovely Neven Maguire is a quick version of the Hungarian classic, using pork stir fry strips which stay juicy cooked in the paprika spiked sauce. This is a hearty stew which works perfectly with light cauliflower rice – no one will know!
Who doesn’t love chicken and mushroom pie? It’s the ultimate midweek comfort dish and this quick and easy recipe with a crispy puff pastry top is foolproof. Make sure to pick up all butter pastry for the best flavour.
There are nights when only a big bowl of pasta will do and this seafood linguine will always hit the spot. This is a great dish to get kids eating seafood, try mussels instead of clams and let them get messy. You could reduce the amount of chopped chilli to suit everyone’s taste too.
You won’t believe how easy it is to whip up these crispy sweet potato nachos with a simple turkey chilli topping. Add all the trimmings like guacamole and salsa for a seriously fun Friday night dinner.
Pad Thai – The Happy Pear
Skip the takeaway menu and enjoy this veggie packed and delicious Pad Thai for your Saturday night fakeaway. The easy and zingy coconut and lime sauce will become your new stir-fry go-to.
Crispy Pork Belly with Chilli and Ginger Caramel Sweet Potatoes – Catherine Fulvio
If you fancy a Sunday roast without all the washing up after, this laid back roast chicken roasted with herbs, lemon and Nothing delivers depth of flavour like slow-cooking and this crispy pork belly recipe is a labour of love, perfect for a leisurely Sunday dinner. You’ll win major brownie points for that perfectly cooked crackling!