Weekly menu: 18 – 24 February 2019

Your one-stop, one-shop dinner inspiration for the week ahead.

Monday

Harissa tomato soup

The world as we know it is becoming more carb conscious. We’re casting our bread upon the waters, aiding you in this journey to making clever carb choices. This harissa tomato soup contains all of the healthy nutrients you need to stay healthy.

Recipe here: Harissa tomato soup

Tuesday

Quinoa sushi platter with soya dipping sauce

Quinoa is a grain-like seed that is botanically related to spinach and amaranth.

Compared to other grains, quinoa is a good source of protein that contains all nine essential amino acids. These amino acids can’t be naturally produced by the body and must be consumed through protein-rich foods like meat and certain grains, like quinoa.

Quinoa sushi platter with soya dipping sauce

Recipe here: Quinoa sushi platter with soya dipping sauce

Wednesday

Beef and mushroom pie

Beef and mushroom pie is ideal for a robust family dinner dish. The beef is wonderfully tender and slathered in delicious gravy, perfect with the earthy mushrooms. Golden, flaky pastry is the perfect harmonsier.

Beef and mushroom pie recipe

Recipe here: Beef and mushroom pie

Thursday

Baby-marrow noodles with sun-dried tomato, walnuts and olives

Baby-marrow noodles, aka zoodles, are all the rage these days. Apart from being delicious, they’re also far lower in carbs than traditional noodles. These baby-marrow noodles with sun-dried tomato, walnuts and olives make a perfect light, quick and easy supper. 

Baby-marrow noodles with sun-dried tomato, walnuts and olives recipe

Recipe here: Baby-marrow noodles with sun-dried tomato, walnuts and olives

Friday

Mac ‘n cheese ciabatta toasties with crispy bacon

Carb-on-carb, cheesy, bacony deliciousness! 

Mac 'n cheese ciabatta toasties with crispy bacon

Recipe here: Mac ‘n cheese ciabatta toasties with crispy bacon

Saturday

Avocado and herb mayonnaise-marinated chicken wings

This green sauce is so versatile – you can use it as a marinade, as well as a dip. It also makes for a delicious salad dressing when thinned out with a bit of plain yoghurt.

Avocado and herb mayonnaise-marinated chicken wings

Recipe here: Avocado and herb mayonnaise-marinated chicken wings

Sunday

Fillet in red wine

Such an elegant dish must take hours to make, right? Wrong! This fillet in red wine takes 10 minutes and is bursting with flavour and elegance. This is a classic Venetian way of preparing fillet – the secret is the quality of the meat and red wine.

Patata Anna recipe

Recipe here: Fillet in red wine

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