Day: April 1, 2021

21 Easy Easter Dinner Recipes

After cooking three meals day after day for an entire year, no one feels like spending hours in the kitchen whipping up an Easter feast, but eating handfuls of chocolate eggs and jelly beans doesn’t feel quite right either. These easy Easter dinner recipes, most of which come together in an hour or less, are for those of us who are tired of cooking, but still want to celebrate the day with a delicious meal.

This 15-minute salmon dish from Kay Chun is like a breezy spring afternoon on a plate. As the salmon roasts, the peas and radishes simmer on the stovetop in a light sauce of brown butter, capers, miso and mustard. And readers love it: “This is the most delicious meal I’ve cooked since the stay at home order, and that’s saying a lot since I’ve cooked every meal.”

Leave your mixer in the cabinet: This

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Flapjacks, Cornish pasties and more

Watch: How to pack a picnic basket for the perfect outdoor feast

The lifting of rules so we can meet friends outdoors is cheering. But obviously, you’ll need food along the way. Whip up this perfect picnic to share…

Mini quiches

So tasty, and easy to transport wrapped in greaseproof paper.

Mini quiches (Andrew Bowden-Smith)

Mini quiches (Andrew Bowden-Smith)

Makes: 2


225g plain flour

100g cold butter, cubed

pinch salt

2-3 tsps very cold water

1 tbsp olive oil

½ onion, chopped

30g bacon or facon, cubed

4 mushrooms, chopped

1 large egg

100ml double cream

½ tsp thyme leaves, chopped

1 tsp parsley, chopped

40g cheddar, grated

salt and pepper


1. Make the pastry. Sieve the flour into a large bowl, and crumble the butter through, rubbing into the bowl with your fingers as if it’s snowing. Stir in salt. Add enough cold water to form into a flexible ball. Wrap

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Crispy Soyaki Tofu Bowl Recipe with Photos

I’m always looking for ways to spice up my weekly meal rotation with new dishes that are quick, easy, and pack a serious punch of deliciousness. I usually plan my meals on Sundays and prep a few things to make my life easier throughout the week, and this crispy tofu bowl is a great option that takes only 20 minutes to whip up. The bulk of your time will be spent preparing your tofu because I use pre-cooked frozen brown rice to make this meal even simpler.

Fun fact: before creating this recipe, I had never cooked or eaten tofu. I was inspired to come up with this dish after hours of scrolling through Pinterest and I decided to pick up some tofu at the market and wing it! The risk really paid off because this is easily one of my favorite recipes to date.

When preparing your tofu,

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