While we all enjoy a luxurious and lazy bank holiday weekend, it makes getting back into the swing of things a little bit harder come Tuesday morning. To help you get back on track, we’re sharing some of our favourite, low-effort, high-flavour recipes the whole family will love.
MONDAY: Courgette and tomato frittata
Looking for a light, nourishing bite to enjoy this bank holiday Monday? Look no further than this quick and easy frittata.
TUESDAY: Fish shop wraps
Skip the chippy this week and instead indulge in these crispy, fresh fish wraps. This can also make excellent lunchbox leftovers the next day.
WEDNESDAY: Lemon chicken with simple Greek salad
With the days getting longer and brighter, we find ourselves craving fresh, vibrant produce in the form of this hearty spring salad.
THURSDAY: Chilli beef stir-fry
This simple dish is bursting with flavour thanks to the freshly grated ginger, crushed garlic cloves, chilli flakes, soy sauce and five spice.
FRIDAY: Smoked salmon and caper linguine
The first week after a bank holiday is always a struggle, so reward yourself for making it through with this cosy and comforting smoked salmon pasta.
SATURDAY: Lamb steak sandwiches with roasted garlic mayo
If you’re going to be out and about over the weekend, then this decadent dish is perfect for wrapping up and taking with you on the go.
SUNDAY: Savoury tomato and goat’s cheese crumble
Looking for more unusual meat-free options? This savoury crumble is an absolute must – plus, it calls for just a handful of ingredients!
SWEET TREAT: Toasted brioche with cherries and chocolate
The cupboards are looking a little bare, but you’ve got a serious sweet craving that you just can’t ignore… That’s where these loaded brioche buns come into play! While we opted for a chocolate and cherry combo, the flavour possibilities are endless.
DESSERT: Pineapple upside-down cake
Enjoy a blast from the past with this retro bake, which makes the most of that beloved tin of sliced pineapple that’s been sitting in your press forever.
Hungry for more? Check out our full collection of one-pot recipes, here.
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