Best websites for easy meals

We share the 5 best websites for quick and easy meals

5 best websites for quick and easy meals

Forget slaving away for hours in the kitchen to produce tasty dinners for your family.

Here are the 5 best websites for quick and easy meals which still deliver on flavour.

Jamie Oliver

The King of quick and simple meals, Jamie Oliver’s recipes are perfect for the days when you don’t have time to cook. Try either his 15 minute or 30 minute recipes for when you are really time-poor. Each recipe shows the nutritional information per serving based on an adult’s daily guideline.
www.jamieoliver.com

1-2 Simple Cooking

Simple Cooking is a great website if you are cooking for just yourself or one other. They offer fresh, wholesome recipes for when you are cooking at home and in a hurry. The recipes are broken down into helpful categories such as gluten-free, seasonal and vegetarian to make it easier in choosing a meal.
www.onetwosimplecooking.com

Real Simple

This website is about making life simpler. It offers you helpful and handy tips on cooking as well as videos on how- to cook certain foods. Sign up to their daily newsletter to receive their Real Simple recipes.
www.realsimple.com

Serious Eats

Want to cook something faster than it takes take- out to arrive? Serious Eats gives you 25 quick dinner recipes which promise to take 20 minutes or less to cook. Each recipe gives you a breakdown of how many people it feeds, active time and total time as well as a five star rating.
www.seriouseats.com

YOURLifeChoices

We offer our own quick and easy recipes which we update twice –weekly and are categorised by the main ingredient which makes finding what you want easy. Enjoy our fuss –free recipes and give us feedback on what you would like to see in our food section. www.yourlifechoices.com.au/food-recipes





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    Binkie
    30th May 2014
    12:18pm
    I was very disappointed that three of your suggestions are American websites. Aren't there any good Australian ones ?
    Andy
    30th May 2014
    2:42pm
    Yes there is, in fact the best website is an Australian one www. taste.com.au
    Foxy
    31st May 2014
    11:33am
    Go into - I think it is called - "Dave the One Pot Chef" - he is a hilarious Aussie guy who has short 3-5 mins. clips on You-Tube demonstrating his cooking skills in his own kitchen! He'll give you a smile..... :-)
    Binkie
    30th May 2014
    3:26pm
    I know it well, Andy. Perhaps I should have said "What about all the Australian ones ?"
    This is another of my favourites..http://www.exclusivelyfood.com.au/


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