Weekly menu: 18 – 24 March

Your one-stop, one-shop dinner inspiration for the week ahead. We love that most of these meals make enough for lunch the next day too!

Monday

Butternut pansotti with buttery wild mushrooms, rosemary and pecan nuts

Rustic and filling, butternut pansotti with buttery wild mushrooms, rosemary and pecan nuts won’t take you longer than half an hour to make. Perfect for post-work laziness, this done-in-a-flash dinner will keep you happy and satisfied.

Butternut pansotti with buttery wild mushrooms, rosemary and pecan nuts recipe

Recipe here: Butternut pansotti with buttery wild mushrooms, rosemary and pecan nuts

Tuesday

Peri-peri tomato chicken livers with ciabatta toasts

Chicken livers are such a wonderfully tender part of meat, and lend beautifully to some exciting flavours. Peri-peri tomato chicken livers with ciabatta toasts is a great dinner that’s full of robust deliciousness. 

Peri-peri tomato chicken livers with ciabatta toasts

Recipe here: Peri-peri tomato chicken livers with ciabatta toasts

Wednesday

Gnocchi with lemon crème fraîche and baby spinach

Gnocchi doesn’t have to be heavy. The tangy and zesty crème fraîche works really well with the fresh baby spinach and light potato dumplings.  

Gnocchi with lemon crème fraîche and baby spinach

Recipe here: Gnocchi with lemon crème fraîche and baby spinach

Thursday

Sweet-potato röstis with smoked trout ribbons, crème fraîche and lemon

If you want to fake elegance but don’t have that much time, you’ll want to try sweet-potato röstis with smoked trout ribbons, crème fraîche and lemon. This gorgeous dish will only take 20 minutes, and is guaranteed to fool your diners into thinking you spent hours slaving over it.

Recipe here: Sweet-potato röstis with smoked trout ribbons, crème fraîche and lemon

Friday

Pizza cones

Pizza, in the form of a cone, is officially a thing! What could be better than a pizza-dough cone filled with melty cheese and your favourite toppings (or, now, fillings)? We can report that, although a little unorthodox, pizza cones are a trend that is hard to beat – try making these a snack for the kids or for your next drinks party… they are ideal to eat with a glass of red wine in your other hand! 

Pizza cones recipe

Recipe here: Pizza cones

Saturday

Pappardelle with slow-roasted lamb ragù, blackened vine tomatoes, Parmesan and basil

A dish the whole family will enjoy!

June 2017 food & wine pairing

Recipe here: Pappardelle with slow-roasted lamb ragù, blackened vine tomatoes, Parmesan and basil

Sunday

Baked Camembert with honey-roasted grapes, almonds and puff-pastry shards

Baked Camembert with honey-roasted grapes, almonds and puff-pastry shards is delicious with a glass of red wine. Try serving it as dessert, or as a nibble in front of the fire. Creamy, sharp, and delicious. 

Baked Camembert with honey-roasted grapes, almonds and puff-pastry shards recipe

Recipe here: Baked Camembert with honey-roasted grapes, almonds and puff-pastry shards

To drink

Frosted coconut lemonade

This drink is delightfully refreshing – it’s tangy and sweet, while the coconut milk adds a fun twist to the classic lemonade flavours.

Recipe here: Frosted coconut lemonade

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