10 recipes you couldn’t get enough of in April

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10 recipes you couldn't get enough of in April

The beginning of April caught the tail-end of Easter and, unsurprisingly, your top recipes reflect long-weekend favourites and lingering flavours of summer.

10. The ultimate pasta bake

Over-catered for the masses and now you’re stuck with a whole lot of leftover roast butternut? We know the drill. Turn them into this easy, moreish supper.
Get the ultimate pasta bake recipes here.

9. Traditional hot cross buns

Don’t wait for Easter to roll around to get your hot cross bun fix. Plus, there’s little better than the aroma of freshy baked hot cross buns wafting through your house.
Get the traditional hot cross buns recipe here.

8. Toasted tuna mayo

Pan-fry these sandwiches for extra decadence (after spreading them with mayo rather than butter). Or, you could lose the bread and heap the tuna mayo onto hot baked potatoes instead.
Get the toasted tuna mayo recipe here.

7. Griddled croque monsieur

Was March a month of sandwiches? We’re certainly not complaining – especially not about this two-cheese sandwich extraordinaire.
Get the griddled croque monsieur recipe here.

6. Melkkos

Welcome the autumn chill with a nostalgic helping of melkkos. And don’t you dare skimp on the cinnamon!
Get the melkkos recipe here.

5. Cape Malay-style pickled fish

Another Easter favourite that crept its way into the top 10.
Get the Cape Malay-style pickled fish recipe here.

4. Pork sausages, sweet tomato and potato bake

This one-tray wonder is consistently one of the most popular recipes on TASTE – and we’re not surprised. Pop it in the oven and forget about it ’til later.
Get the pork sausages and potato bake recipe here.

3. Fish cakes with lemon caper aioli

These no-mash fish cakes are delicious as a light starter. You can also make small cakes (or even balls) to pass around on a platter with a large bowl of the aïoli for everyone to nibble on (double the fish cake quantities).
Get the fish cakes with lemon caper aioli recipe here

2. No-bake cheesecake

The hardest part will be waiting for this cheesecake to chill.
Get the no-bake cheesecake recipe here.

1. Ziploc bag no-churn ice cream

Remember when autumn felt like a distant memory? Us neither. But, judging by your favourite recipe of the month, you were clearly holding onto that summer feeling all March with this no-churn ice cream recipe.

Get the Ziploc bag no-churn ice cream recipe here.

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