Delicious, Challenge-Approved Dinner Ideas
We’re not sure about you, but we don’t know anyone who doesn’t love avocado so this recipe is guaranteed to be a winner already! It’s also super quick and easy. You can even cut the sweet potato and zucchini into strips instead of cubes for fresh, healthy homemade chips!
If the first thing that comes to mind when we say ‘slow cooked Mexican pulled pork’ is naughty, melt in your mouth, spicy, deliciousness, well then what a coincidence, because us too! Although this dish may sound and even taste devilish, at 342 calories per serving it is anything but! Does anyone know how to apply for a michelin star? Asking for a friend…
You can never go wrong with a healthy, home cooked pizza. Sprinkled with chicken, capsicum, feta cheese, mushrooms and more, this pizza takes less than 15 minutes to caramelise in the oven, ready to eat. The best part about this recipe? You create one pizza per serving, (yes that means a whole pizza to yourself!) so no more fighting over who gets the last slice!
Who doesn’t love pasta? It’s quick, it’s easy and it’s SO YUMMY! If you feel your cooking skills may be lacking, then this is your go-to dish! It’s an effortless dish graded with an A+ for simple, delicious flavour that even the fussiest of eaters will enjoy.
You deserve the best and this dish is all class! Almond, Rosemary and lemon crusted tofu, it sounds so luxurious doesn’t it? Can you smell the rosemary and lemon zest just thinking about the golden, crispy crust, fresh out of the oven? Excuse us whilst we try to stop drooling… This is a really great recipe for anyone who requires a vegetarian dish. You can even swap out some tofu for chicken breast if you’re needing to cater to multiple dietary requirements (how’s that for a hot tip?!).
Another vegetarian option that EVERYONE can enjoy although, be warned; they may look little but boy are they filling! We promise we’re not judging you for trying to fit in another six mouthfuls when you’re already so full. For any parents, this is the perfect dish to get the kids involved with making! Have them fill up the capsicums with the rice and vegetable mixture and sprinkle the feta cheese on top, it’s so fun! Have them fill up the capsicums with the rice and vegetable mixture and sprinkle the feta cheese on top, it’s so fun!
Garlic prawns are a true classic and this dish does not disappoint! When your spouse or flatmate asks you if you got this dish from a restaurant, pull your shoulders back and smile as you tell them it was all your work!
Bring restaurant quality cooking to your own home for with this pepper steak pub classic! Accompanied by sweet potato boats filled with sauteed broccoli and feta cheese, the secret to this dish is cooking your steak in the same same pan after you have sauteed the broccoli, onion and feta mixture for tasty, added flavour.
We all know that Lamb and pesto are the perfect pair (and if you didn’t, you do now!) so this dinner is set to go down a treat! Lamb cutlets are the juiciest of all and we’re totally fine to go without the knife and fork for this one. It’s a travesty not to leave the bone bare!
This forever fan favourite is packed with protein, delivering a healthier version of this meal without sacrificing any of the traditional dense flavour. You’ll have a hard time convincing yourself it wasn’t picked up from your local Thai restaurant. We never doubted you for a second! The only thing you will need to consider is that you might need to make a double serving because seconds will be in demand.
In the hierarchy of the cheese world, halloumi would have to be at the top and we have our arguments ready if you don’t agree. It is the perfect little bite of salty, tangy deliciousness and we’re not promising that you won’t ‘accidentally’ cook and eat more than the recipe requires (hate when that happens!). And don’t get us started on the creamy mustard dipping sauce… The name clearly speaks for itself, it’s so good you’ll want to dip more than just your chicken wings in there… your haloumi and side veggies of course. Is it still unacceptable to lick the plate if you’re not in public?