We love a quick, easy, and hearty weeknight meal recipe round up. For those who are short on time or are simply lacking inspiration, we are too. After 3 consecutive months of cooking almost every night, I'm with you on the cooking burnout front. Hopefully, if you haven't already scoured the internet for similar recipes, the below will provide some sort of refreshed perspective on the possibilities to come.
This noodle bowl is - aside from being absolutely delicious, addictive and hearty - a vegan delight that doesn't skimp on flavour or soul. Silky buckwheat noodles are tossed with a salty, rich, nutty peanut miso sauce and topped with charred shishito peppers and crispy, bouncy tofu.
Maximum comfort, little effort. This low stakes pasta dish is the perfect weeknight bowl that ticks all the boxes, while the kale adds an extra bonus of sufficient nutrients. Make for yourself and have the leftovers for lunch or share amongst friends. Maximum satisfaction will be achieved.
This Somali yoghurt chicken curry is the bowl of heartiness we all need and deserve in our lives. Cumin, cardamom, turmeric, and ginger make this chicken stew recipe from Hawa Hassan, founder of hot sauce and chutney company Basbaas, a rich aromatic experience.
Feel as though you are in need of some brain food? This ultra nutrient-rich salmon bowl is the ticket. Perfectly cooked Salmon filet is pan-fried and placed on a bed of fresh zucchini and avocado and drenched with teriyaki sauce.
Citrus is in season in Australia, so for a very minimal, throw together dinner option, consider utilizing it. these charred tangerines are like a fresh version of marmalade toast and go exceptionally well with cured meat and goats cheese.