This is a big family-style pie, but it can easily be pared back to suit one or two. It's a scrumptious way to add some fish to your weekly menu, and the pairing with caper parsley peas makes a well-rounded meal.
This no-fuss pasta is a hit with kids and can be whipped up super-quick using a handful of common ingredients in just three easy-peasy steps – just cook the pasta and peas, stir it all together and eat!
This incredible salad is so simple to make but looks and tastes gourmet! From prosciutto-wrapped pork fillets to the divine blue cheese and caramelised pear topping, this dish is a guaranteed crowd pleaser.
This simple, affordable and delicious meal is perfect for a midweek dinner. Whether it's the crispy pita bread, slices of kumara, or the vintage cheddar that tickles your taste buds, these homemade pizzas are a sure crowd pleaser.
This has been a long-standing favourite meal in My Food Bag’s Family and Classic Bags, and it's so delicious we're willing to bet it will become a favourite in your house too. What kid doesn’t like crumbed chicken?!
Do your chopping while watching the news and in the ad break, fry it up! These noodles are so quick to cook and delicious to eat, and they suit the “dinner for one” approach as they work best cooked in a single portion.
This Middle Eastern dish will tickle your taste buds with its zingy and zesty quinoa tabbouleh and delicious lamb leg steaks coated in cumin seeds. It takes less than 30 minutes to make, so it's a win-win!
On the table in just 25 minutes, this pasta is a scrumptious idea for a quick dinner or lunch. Packed with delicious flakes of salmon and a zingy homemade pea pesto, it’s a simple meal that will blow your mind!
This nourishing dish is perfect as a simple but delicious family dinner. Combining the sweetness of kūmara with the saltiness of feta, and served with homemade tomato relish, Nadia Lim's frittata is always a hit!
The great thing about chicken breast is that it will soak up whatever flavours you throw at it. Here, it’s coated in balsamic vinegar, pan-fried and drizzled in romesco, the classic Spanish roasted red pepper sauce.
From A Year at Hotel Gondola (incidentally about a 50-year-old food writer who heads to Venice, falls in love and grapples to meet her publisher’s deadlines!), this dish is incredible – salty, sweet, soupy and pure comfort.