We’re nearing the end of January (at last!), and yet, payday still feels like an age away. To help inspire next week’s budget-friendly, fuss-free dinner menu, check out our quick and easy meal plan down below for endless recipe inspo.
MONDAY: Caramelised onion and mushroom tart
Kick off the week and embrace meat-free Mondays with this scrumptious tart, which doubles up as lunch the next day.
TUESDAY: Korean chicken tacos
This ‘Taco Tuesday’, opt for scrumptious Korean tacos – they’re absolutely bursting with flavour and are just as much fun to make as they are to eat!
WEDNESDAY: Chilli-loaded wedges
In the mood for some quick and easy comfort food? We’ve got you covered with this super simple recipe, which also happens to be low in saturated fat and high in fibre and protein.
THURSDAY: Chinese five spice pork stir-fry
This veggie-loaded stir-fry is filled with nutrients and plenty of flavour thanks to the array of fresh veggies, herbs and spices, making it the perfect recipe to add into your weekly rotation.
FRIDAY: Spicy bean and sweet potato sliders
If you’re looking for a low-fat, high-fibre dish to keep the whole family happy and satisfied next week, then we strongly recommend giving these sweet potato sliders and whirl.
SATURDAY: Spicy sausage ragù
Add a touch of spice to your Saturday night with this sumptuous pasta dish, which makes the most of those storecupboard staples and fading fridge ingredients. Not forgetting, the spicy sausage sauce is great for batch cooking, if you want to stock your freezer and save some for later.
SUNDAY: Harissa salmon parcels with coconut rice
If you’re craving something a little bit lighter to finish off the week, then these salmon parcels are a must. Oozing with flavour and incredibly easy to put together.
SWEET TREAT: Ginger and lemon syllabub
Calling for just five ingredients, most of which you might already have on your pantry shelves, this creamy, spiced syllabub hits the spot every single time.
DESSERT: Flour-free chocolate cake
Nothing beats the January blues quite like a slice of this rich, decadent chocolate cake, best served slightly warm with a hefty scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Hungry for more? Check out our full collection of 30-minute meals, here.
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