Lazy weekend menu

Take it easy this weekend with Food24's lazy weekend menu.

by: Kerry Gibbs: Food24 | 21 Aug 2009

After a long and tiring week, the last thing you want to do is slave away in front of the stove while everybody else is relaxing and having fun.

Fear not, Food24 has filled the weekend menu with meals that are quick and hassle free.These healthy and delicious recipes won’t take up your time in the kitchen so you can spend the rest of the weekend chilling with your family or relaxing with your feet up in front of the television.

Our blogger, My Easy Cooking knows what it is like to have a hectic schedule. She found this easy Mongolian beef recipe and added her special touch to it. This simple dish is a great way to start off your lazy weekend.

Start your day off with a full breakfast scrambled eggs, asparagus and chorizo , paired with a big glass of orange juice.

With avocado back in season, what could be better than a simple avocado and Roquefort sandwich on brown bread, fresh from the bakery?

Or if you want something with a bit of kick in it, try this spicy roti sandwich, with mushrooms, pepper and chilli.

For dinner, this fragrant chicken laksa is quick and simple leaving more time for the important things like the Saturday night movie, or your prep for the evening's debauchery.

Wake yourself up with this nourishing mango and coconut smoothie.

Why not go out for a family Sunday lunch today. Search for a restaurant on our database or check out all the specials on our ‘what’s happening’ page.

End off your lazy weekend with a comforting ricotta cannelloni and the most simple dessert possible; a big bowl of creamy ice cream and chocolate sauce. Enjoy!!!

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