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Spicy Indian fish bake
For an island nation, we don't eat nearly enough fish. If you want to experiment with cooking fish for the first time, this recipe is a good place to start.
It's really quick to make and because everything is cooked in one dish, the clean-up is minimal. Try it out here.
One-Pan Chicken Parmesan
Chicken Parmesan is a classic dish, but Donal's take on it is a little lighter than its American counterpart. Using courgette noodles instead of pasta, this dish if filling and really easy to pull together. Get the recipe here.
Smoky Vegetarian Chilli
This veggie chilli recipe from The Butler’s Pantry is super tasty, easy to make and freezer-friendly, so whip up a double batch and store the leftovers in your freezer to help with future meal planning. Read the full recipe, here.
This dish, as with the one above, is all about comfort. There's nothing more classic than beef bourguignon and even though it requires some effort, the end result is always worth it. As a bonus, this recipe reheats very well, so double the recipe to save yourself some cooking throughout the week. Get the recipe here.
Crispy chicken with chimichurri dip
Think chicken tenders, but make it gourmet. This crispy chicken recipe is so easy to make, but it's the chimichurri dip that's the real winner here. It works really well with halloumi and steak, so double the recipe for the dip and keep it in a sealed container in the fridge for about a week. Get the recipe here.
Main image by Charles Deluvio