COOK THE COVER: 3 stuffed potatoes you need to try now - MyKitchen
Glorious potatoes! There’s so much you can do with this versatile veggie, and we show you how with 3 fun ways to enjoy stuffed potatoes.
Polenta with chickpea and mushroom ragout - MyKitchen
Mmmm, polenta, please! We absolutely love this starchy staple, It’s perfect for bulking up nutrient-packed winter meals such as this one. Whip out our vegetarian mushroom ragout this meat-free Monday. You won’t be sorry.
Tuna and pea pasta - MyKitchen
Dinner can literally be ready in 15 minutes with this tuna and pea pasta. We used orzo, those small little pieces of pasta shaped rice because it has the most amazing texture for a dish such as this. All you have to do is throw it all together.
Spicy chicken and chickpea bake - MyKitchen
Get your protein fix with this incredible mid-week bake. The spicy chicken is packed with the warm flavours of chilli, paprika, cumin and cinnamon. This dish is also budget-friendly and super comforting for the cooler weather.
Moroccan meatballs with chargrilled brinjals - MyKitchen
Not only are brinjals one of our favourite ingredients at the moment, they are also in season right now and their flavour is super versatile. We chargrilled them and served them with a batch of comforting Moroccan meatballs.
Creamy lemon barley risotto - MyKitchen
Did you know that you can make risotto from barley? This lovely ingredient is much cheaper than Arborio rice and it is one of the lowest GI (Glycaemic Index) grains around, making it a great choice for diabetics and for anyone who is trying to eat healthy. Our lemon barley risotto is nice and light for summer and packed with other veggies and flavour.
Royco's Tomato and basil pasta - MyKitchen
The Italians taught us the winning combo of tomato and basil pasta, now Royco has perfected the flavour in their ready-made sauce mix. Let's dig in!
Gnocchi with spinach, cream cheese and brown butter - MyKitchen
Pronounced ‘nyoki’, these little Italian dumplings are eaten like pasta. Depending on the region, they can be made with flour, potatoes, semolina, breadcrumbs or even ricotta. There is also nothing like the taste of brown butter; add in some cream cheese and you have mouth-watering, budget-friendly, meat-free meal.