If you’re a sirloin lover then you must try out this Cajin-Spiced Sirlon recipe. It’s lean, it’s crispy and full of wholesome flavour. All you need is an hour to prepare, and 30 minutes cooking time. You can have this ready for dinner and just in time for your evening series binge with the family. Serving 10 to 12 people, there’ll be lots leftovers for tomorrow’s lunch.
Salmon & Ginger Wontons With Lime & Chilli dipping sauce
Requiring only 30 minutes to prepare and 10 minutes cooking time, this Salmon and Ginger wontons with Lime & Chilli dipping sauce recipe is great to try if you’re in the hungry-but-not-starving zone . Paired with a vinegar-based dipping sauce – this Asian inspired treat will soon become a regular feature on your meal planner.
Mushroom & Thyme Ragout
If you’re vegetarian or generally not big on meat, then try this Mushroom & Thyme Ragout. This recipe delivers a delicious faux-beefy taste to delight meat lovers and vegetarians alike. It only takes 15 minutes to prepare and 20 minutes to cook, perfect to make while chit-chatting during lunch or dinner.
Fruity Bran Muffins
Tired of the boring old muffins they sell at the school or work canteen? Well, make your own scrumptious Fruity Bran Muffins and stop fussing. Made with nutty wheat flour and a variety of dried fruits, you’ll have your colleagues placing orders. Taking only 20 minutes to prepare then 25 minutes to cook, it’s a delicious under an hour recipe, perfect for a Sunday.
Poached Cling Peaches With Yoghurt
What sounds more peachy than Poached Cling Peaches with Yoghurt? Instead of settling for some boring old custard or tinned peaches for dessert, treat yourself tonight and go the whole nine yards. Taking only 10 minutes to prepare and 20 minutes to cook, a party of six can feast on this amazing dish.
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