In this segment of 'What We Ate', the Food to Love team shares their go-to dinner that they cook when they're busy (or just don't feel like cooking) - from a healthy buddha bowl to a simple but oh-so-flavoursome shrimp pasta.
This pudding has got to go down as one of the tastiest things you can make in a skillet. Apples and raisins are paired with the subtle spices of cinnamon, ginger and nutmeg, making a warming dessert for two that can be whipped up in no time.
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These salmon poke bowls are fantastic as a quick dinner or tasty workday lunch. Simply leave the salmon to marinate while you prepare the rest of your ingredients and you have a fresh and healthy meal at the ready!
This light and lovely vanilla cake is just what you need for a simple dessert. The cake itself is a dream to whip up - just 15 minutes of work and you'll have it in the oven - and the passionfruit and yoghurt topping is heavenly.
Is there anything more convenient than a tray-baked dinner? Just chop up your ingredients, layer them on the tray with a bit of seasoning, then put your feet up while the oven does the rest. A delicious, nutritious dinner in a flash!