7 new dinner recipes to shake up your routine

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7 new dinner recipes to shake up your routine

Looking for new, interesting recipes to make for dinner? Our food director, Abigail Donnelly, has created 7 inspired recipes that are quick to make and packed with flavour.

1. Hot-sauce pork

Need to use up the hot sauce in your fridge? This recipe is for you! It’s served with Brussels sprouts, but you can also make it with cabbage. The best part? It’s ready in just 30 minutes.

Hot-sauce pork

Get the recipe here. 

2. Bacon-and-egg fried chipotle rice

Why not have breakfast for dinner? Abi’s bacon-and-egg fried chipotle rice will definitely hit the spot and is a great way to use up leftover rice.

Bacon-and-egg chipotle fried rice

Get the recipe here. 

3. Apricot harissa roast chicken

If you’re a fan of harissa, you’ll love Woolies’ apricot harissa! Use it to make this game-changing roast chicken. It takes just 15 minutes to prep and is cooked in coconut cream to make it even more delicious.

Apricot harissa roast chicken

Get the recipe here. 

4. Deep-fried pickles on flatbread

This is your sign to try deep-friend pickles! Trust us, you won’t be disappointed. This recipe was inspired by one of Louise and Anna restaurant’s recipes. It’s served with flatbread and avo dressing and you can serve it with roast chicken if you want to bulk up the dish.

Deep-fried pickles on flatbread

Get the recipe here. 

5. Tomato-and-dhal soup

This soup is perfect for cold nights. It’s Abi Donnelly’s go-to, feel-good, comforting soup. Make a big batch and freeze individual portions so you have them on hand when you need a quick meal.

Tomato-and-dhal soup

Get the recipe here. 

6. Parmesan-and-anchovy meatballs

Take meatballs to the next level by adding anchovies and Parmesan into the mix. You can also use Cheddar for this recipe and serve it with your favourite sides. We recommend charred Tenderstem broccoli or cauliflower cheese.

Parmesan-and-anchovy meatballs

Get the recipe here. 

7. Roast cauliflower with cheese sauce

Looking for a meat-free option? This roast cauliflower with cheese sauce is perfect. You can also make it with broccoli if you prefer.

Roast cauliflower with cheese sauce
Get the recipe here.

Chumasande Matiwane Article by: Chumasande Matiwane

TASTE's intern and junior writer was born and raised in Cape Town and is a huge pasta fan. He dreams of one day being an editor or part of the BBC world news team.

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