Midweek Dinners

Quick midweek dinner recipes using slow-cookers, leftovers and simple, no-fuss recipes for time-poor weeknights.

Cheesy tuna pasta bake

This cheesy tuna bake is comfort food at it's finest. Even better? It's made with everyday pantry items and you can have it on the table in just 15 minutes. Friday nights in just got so much tastier...

Test Kitchen|Mar 30, 2020

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  • 16 gnocchi recipes

    Our best gnocchi recipes with sauces including gorgonzola, pesto, carbonara and an Italian ragu. There's even chicken & vegan options.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Mar 30, 2020

  • Osso bucco

    Osso bucco is a Milanese specialty of cross-cut veal shanks, slow cooked to perfection. It is most popular served with creamy mash, and is even better the next day.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Mar 25, 2020

  • Cauliflower 'pizza' with mozzarella and zucchini

    Low carb pizza?! Yes please! Feed the family this fresh, delicious and super healthy cauliflower 'pizza' with mozzarella and zucchini. Now you can have your pizza and eat it too!

    Australian Women's Weekly|Mar 25, 2020

  • Tuna pasta bake

    Comfort food doesn't get much quicker, easier or tastier than this tuna pasta bake. Perfect for a mid-week dinner when you need something that the kids will go for.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Mar 24, 2020

  • Silverside fritters

    Served with a spicy dipping sauce, these crispy beef and corn fritters make an excellent light meal or packed lunch.

    Test Kitchen|Mar 22, 2020

  • Traditional minestrone

    Get cozy on the couch with a warm bowl of this hearty minestrone.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Mar 18, 2020

  • Easy fried rice

    There's no need to feel intimidated making fried rice. This recipe is so easy to follow. You can use fresh or leftover white rice for this easy, fried rice recipe

    Australian Women's Weekly|Mar 18, 2020

  • Tuna potato cakes

    You say scallop, we say cake. Each to their own, as they say. Whatever you call these little beauties, make sure you make plenty of them, because they won't last long.

    Test Kitchen|Mar 17, 2020