A delightful summer dish perfect for using up leftover salmon, this Salmon Pasta with Cream Sauce is ready to become your go-to weeknight favourite.
Today we’re sharing one of our favourite go-to recipes, most often enjoyed after a long, busy day, when we just want to cook something super delish AND super quick for dinner. Something that doesn’t take too much energy or brain power to cook, yet fills us up with the happy… contented feels of a good meal. ????
This rustic Italian recipe for Pasta all Amatriciana is perfect for a weeknight meal. Quick and easy to make, Pasta all Amatriciana has a gorgeously rich tomato sauce, smoky pancetta, a hint of chilli and freshly grated pecorino romano cheese weaved through Garofalo pasta.
What could be faster than mac and cheese? Your very own Cacio e Pepe, of course. Literally consisting of pasta, pecorino romano cheese and cracked black pepper, it’s the sophisticated take on mac and cheese for adults that you’ve been waiting for.
A rich, smoky and spicy Italian pasta sauce with fiery Calabrian ‘nduja salumi. Marta’s Rustic Pork & Beef Ragu is super easy to make and packed with flavour (and hidden vegetables). Perfect for a hungry winter’s night or when you just need a big bowl of comfort food.
A super easy Italian Carbonara Pasta Recipe with only 6 ingredients – ready on the table in less than 30 minutes? Whaaat? Find out how you can create this mouth-watering Italian dinner that costs less than $10 with plenty left over for lunch.
Koshary is a super satisfying Egyptian lentil, pasta and rice street food dish that’s ready and waiting to feed your soul. Bursting with Middle Eastern spices, it’s an aromatic meal that you’ll want to devour every day of the week.
Hey guys, today we’re sharing a spicy little recipe widely considered to be the national dish of Egypt… so you can probably imagine our surprise when we discovered it in Japan. :O
Big thanks to the lovely Sara and Khlood, two incredible ladies from Cairo who were on a mission to study medicine in Osaka, for showing us this recipe.
Once they discovered our love for world food and new and exciting cuisines, they took some time out from their study to show us how to make their mothers’ favourite recipe for Koshary, aka Egyptian Lentil Rice Pasta.
Ditch the jars and get ready to whip up a batch of your very own Fresh Tomato Pasta Sauce From Scratch. It’s way easier than you might think, and WAY TASTIER too thanks to ripe red tomatoes and a hit of fresh basil. Serve over pasta as-is, or use as a base for other sauces, toppings or even slathered over your next homemade pizza.
Sarah’s birthday is coming up this week! Cue the cheesy grins. 😀 😀 😀
Since one day is never enough for a decent birthday (in my humble opinion 😛 ), our friends and I planned a few birthday surprises to kick things off a few days early.
And why not? Birthdays only come around once a year right?
Holy smokes. We’ve kicked this pasta up a notch, with serious barbecue flavour for a bold dinner that even sneaks a secret vegetable or two. Smoky Beef and Bacon Bolognese is the best thing since Spag Bol, with enough smoky beef and bacon to satisfy the hungriest of meat lovers.
As I sit here writing, another weekend has come and gone and I can’t believe we’re now in our third week of being-back-home-shenanigans already. Gosh time flies when you’re having fun!
This weekend was just the relaxing break we needed after a full-on year. A chance to catch up on family happenings and spend some time in the great outdoors.
Not quite Asian, not quite European, with a huge chunk of Australian thrown in for good measure. Vegemite Chicken Pasta is super easy to make and packed with flavour. Move over Vegemite Toast and Scrolls, there’s a new Vegemite recipe in town.
Why We Love This Recipe
Vegemite Chicken Pasta uses simple ingredients that most Aussie’s are bound to already have in their kitchen at home.
The marinade is a stellar blend of two old favourites, honey and soy, with Japanese mirin (rice wine for cooking) to add a bit of sweetness and a dab of Vegemite for a savoury, umami kick.
The sugar in the honey and mirin help the sauce thicken quickly so your dinner is ready on the table in under 30 minutes. (Let’s be honest, most of that is marinating time anyway!)