Charcuterie is a French artform when done properly. While this recipe is a little more on the fancy side, use it as a foundation for ingredients readily available to you.
Entertain your guests AND use up any extra bits of bread lying around. The toppings on these pizzette can be made from whatever you have on hand. Don’t worry too much about measurements - just go with whatever looks good.
An Aussie party classic set to satisfy both young and above. Setting this up as a D.I.Y dish will ensure everyone's happy with their butter to sprinkles ratio.
Tacos are the O.G D.I.Y dinner. These corn tortillas are wrapped around luscious meat and crisp longaniza, with crunchy pieces of chicharron, and served with a rich salsa.
Bring some of the spice of Mexico to your weeknight dinners with this easy grilled chicken burritos, complete with corn cobs and a homemade mayo.
A fun kid-friendly twist on the traditional roll. Mixing quinoa with rice boosts the protein in these vegetarian-friendly sushi cones, as well as adding another textural dimension.
Keeping your donburi toppings to fresh veg and seafood means this meal is basically 99% prep. Just use Adam Liaw's hot whisk trick to sear your salmon and pop everything into the middle of the table.
Save your delivery guy a trip and make one of the easiest good pizza dough recipes around. Very customisable and random-fridge-cheese friendly.
Classic, fluffy buttermilk pancakes, topped with seasonal berries, maple syrup and butter - basically anything you want.
These crispy and tasty treats are the pancake's distant cousin - but equally as customisable with the toppings.
This hands-on meal is great for kids, as not do they get to assemble their own nacho bowls—they get to eat the whole thing, bowl and all!
These soft seafood tacos are filled with fresh flavours of tomato, onion, lime and chilli. Prepare and assemble just before serving to be sure the prawns are warm and the avocado is green.