Easy midweek dinners
Easy midweek dinners winning recipes will make the weekday meal decision making easier. Each of these recipes will have dinner on the table in no time. Thank us later!
Classic Japanese street food packed with vegetables, meat, noodles and a wonderful sweet and savoury sauce, super fast to put together for an easy midweek dinner. This chicken yakisoba tastes delicious, takes 30 minutes and is a little winner. So simple and quick to prepare. Chicken Yakisoba
Chicken stir fry with asparagus and ginger
Quick, easy and delicious chicken, asparagus and ginger stir fry recipe is a winner. You’ve got to love a stir fry as everything comes together so fast. Of course, all the prep needs to be done, but 10 minutes of chopping and you’re good to go. Perfect for easy midweek dinners all in one wok or frypan. Chicken Stir Fry with Asparagus and Ginger
Easy quick tuna pasta
Easy quick tuna pasta has delicious pasta on the table in under 30 minutes. Canned tuna, coupled with a trinity of anchovies, garlic and chillies. Throw in some tomatoes, olives, rocket and lemon and you are on a roll to a great pasta dish.
This is just the sort of pasta we like to make when you just want quick, delicious and easy all at the same time. Tuna in oil is a great pantry standby along with pasta for a speedy pasta dish. Easy Quick Tuna Pasta
Quick tuna and cannellini bean salad – The Mediterranean in a bowl
Quick tuna and cannellini bean salad may be quick to prepare but is big on flavour and tastes like the Mediterranean in a bowl. Big fat olives, sun ripened tomatoes, cucumbers, artichoke hearts, capsicum and dressed with lemon zest, capers and chilli……quick, healthy and delicious. It’s a a winner! Quick Tuna and Cannellini Bean Salad
Cooper….it seemed like a good idea at the time
Coo Coo is getting so strong that taking him for a stroll is a battle of his strength against ours. Especially in town, where every man and their dog it seems wants to stop and say hello. It can take ages to get anywhere so drastic measures were called for.
Popped into the vets for some advice and was told the ‘gentle lead dog halter’ was the way to go. Great! It apparently was going to pull him up gently and stop him from pulling and wanting to go his own way. Paid the $35, proceeded to go into town and popped what we thought was the answer onto Coops snout and neck.
Precisely 30 steps i.e out of the car and over the pedestrian crossing and mister throws a major tantrum and lays down across a shop doorway. The doorway kept opening and closing emitting lovely cool air onto our boy and that is exactly where the story ended. Remove ‘gentle lead dog collar’ and bingo Coops is up and back to his old tricks.
We would rather have gone out to lunch for $35…..