10 Spring recipes that will have you feeling fabulousOctober 12, 2016
Cauliflower and chickpeas provide a super satisfying filling for these tacos that are as tasty as they are colourful. We’ve given them a super crispy, crunchy exterior that you’re going to love. Simply garnish with lemon yoghurt and creamy avo and get to munching. Arriba, arriba! Ándale!
This dish has all the fabulous flavours of Mexico, with a healthy kick to boot. Chicken is a great source of lean protein, and sweet potato is chock full of vitamin A, vitamin C, potassium and dietary fibre. With these powerful superfoods in your corner, you’ll be feeling as bright as this fiesta worthy rainbow salad.
Tonight, showing at a kitchen near you, it’s our tribute to Bollywood! This mix of subcontinental flavours and the convenience of the western burger will have the crowd going wild. We’ve kept it classic with perfectly golden fries as a side. This meal will have you singing and dancing well into the night.
We’ve combined these succulent pork fillets with a divine tarragon sauce that’ll blow the socks off the people round your dinner table. The trick here is to make sure your pork isn’t overcooked – we like to leave it just ever-so-slightly pink in the middle to enjoy all the juicy deliciousness!
If a whopping great steak leaves you feeling like a python trying to digest a crocodile, look no further than this fresh Thai beef salad. Lovely tender strips of marinated steak are right at home in a zingy combination of lime, refreshing mint and cooling cucumber. This simple dish will leave you feeling satisfied – pythons, take note!
Prawns and chilli come together in a pizza paradise (that is to say, they’re a match made in heaven). A speedy pizza that is in and out of the oven in 10 minutes, they’re also a bit of a detox for hours spent slaving in the kitchen. This chilli oil is a wonderful addition to any meal – hot but not overpowering. Perfect!
Romesco sauce is a brilliant flavour hit, a bright red, bright tasting sauce from the Catalonia region of Spain. It’s perfect for livening up potatoes and served along with a fresh salad and tasty beef skewers, this dish will leave you ready to dance the flamenco!
Australian cuisine is pretty unique. Some people say it doesn’t properly exist at all, but isn’t that part of its beauty? Unconstrained by years of unchanging tradition, we’re free to come up with combinations like this one. A simple, fresh, delicious salad with lime and aioli dressing that might seem like a strange line up of veg, but is divine. And who knew salt and pepper prawns were so easy and so healthy? Not a deep fryer in sight!