This sizzling kebab sees spicy chicken loaded onto warm, fluffy flatbreads, layered with a punchy, herb-packed mix of pickled chillis, Greek yogurt, parsley and coriander, drizzled in a homemade chilli sauce. If you want to get ahead, leave the kebabs to marinate overnight, allowing the flavours extra time to meld.
Ditch the Friday night takeaway and treat the family to these spiced skewers instead, best served with a dollop of mango chutney and creamy raita. If the weather is playing ball, the skewers can be cooked on the barbecue, making it a perfect meal for al fresco feasting.
3. Pad Thai
Indulge in the mouth-watering flavours of Thailand with this pad Thai, taken to new levels with king prawns and tofu, pickled turnip and tamarind paste. This recipe makes a perfect Friday night dinner for two, although you can easily scale up.
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4. Birria tacos
If you haven’t yet made birria tacos for dinner, take this as your sign to get involved. This Mexican-inspired recipe sees slow-cooked meat served with chillies, tomato, onion and spices on warm tortillas, offering a wonderful and unique flavour.
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6. Simple sushi
Craving a dinner which tastes fresh whilst also feeling a little fancy? Try your hand at homemade sushi. Kids can help with this dish, too – they can help cook the sticky rice and then roll and assemble the pieces with their preferred ingredients.
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Summon the sights and smells of a bustling Greek takeaway with juicy chicken gyros, served in warm pittas stuffed with tomatoes, onion, tzatziki and chips. You can make these on the grill, or cook on the barbecue if the weather permits.
Crispy, deeply golden fish and hot, thick-cut chips – fish & chips is the unofficial dish of the seaside and remains a takeaway stalwart for millions of families across the UK. We suggest skipping the takeaway and spending a little effort perfecting this beach staple.
Nothing says summer quite like a juicy, mountainous burger which you can demolish in minutes. To take things to the next level we’ve tried a new method of ‘smashing’ the burger to create the ultimate meaty crust, before layering with slices of melting burger cheese, lettuce, gherkins, tomatoes and sauces.
Packed with fiery Indian flavours and ready on the table in just 20 minutes, this nifty flatbread pizza should sneak its way into everyone’s fakeaway repertoire. It’s best served spread liberally with mango chutney and natural yogurt to offset the spice.