Category Archive: Supermarket Dash

Egg Noodles with Mixed Vegetables

Easy Bowl Food!

Rigatoni with Pinenut and Pancetta Meatballs

Perfect for a midweek family meal !

Lamb Backstrap with Mint & Pistachio Pesto

The most important step in this recipe is to pour yourself a good Hunter Valley Shiraz, take a seat at the table and enjoy!

Char-grilled Vegetables with Pistachio Pesto

You can throw whatever meat you want at these vegetables! But for a really quick meal grab a barbecue chicken!

Honey Mustard Chicken

This is a barbecue favourite especially for the kids, or for a quick midweek meal!

Quinoa, Chickpea and Herb Salad with Spiced Lamb.

This is one of those incredibly simple recipes, with a whole lot of flavour…enjoy!

Spiced Chicken with Fennel and Sweet Potato Mash

Ah… Sweet potato… be still my beating heart! It can take any dish to another level which it certainly does here.

Fillet Steak with Chargrilled Veg and Pistachio Pesto

I love pesto,but sadly my husband always puts on his “Picasso” face when he sees anything that remotely resembles it! For me it is the star of this dish. If you want to keep it vegetarian, add Israeli couscous (Pearl Couscous). Enjoy!

Barbeque Chicken with Curried Couscous

Couscous is a stable food throughout North Africa, and is also consumed in the Middle East, and now appreciated worldwide. It is perfect on it’s own, or as a side with dinner! It can take any meat, vegetables or herbs thrown at it. So let your hair down, and go wild!

Salmon with Soba Noodles and Soy Beans

Salmon (with skin on, of course) is one of my favourite seafood dishes, and when it is paired with its great mate soba life doesn’t get much better! I have used Edamame Soybean Pods in this recipe, these delightful little morsels are harvested when young and are a major source of protein.You will find them in the frozen aisle of the Supermarket, I bought mine from Coles, but if you can’t find them use Broad Beans. If seafood is not your thing then omit the salmon and toss your favourite vegetables through the soba noodles.

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