The long weekend can be a time where you over indulge, lots of food goes to waste and it's frantic at your local shops. Traditionally, meat is not consumed on Good Friday so we've pulled some of our best recipes to help you out this Easter. Don't fight the crowds this year at the supermarket! These recipes are available to order now so you can have EVERYTHING you need delivered to your house. We feature a vast range of seafood recipes, from classic fish and chips to salmon and more. After something not seafood related? We've got that too.Salmon and Rice Bowl in Japenese BrothThis meal is inspired by Japanese hot pots, a flavourful broth with vegetables, meat or fish simmered over an open flame in an earth pot. Ours is a restorative and light broth with slow-roasted salmon and wilted choy sum, a leafy green with edible yellow flowers. Cooking for a few people? Order two serves of this dish and you've got yourself a filling meal for four. Roasted Dutch Carrot Salad by LoveBites BondiThis wholesome autumn dinner is perfect for Easter as a meal for two or a side dish for four! Full of superfoods, the freekeh is a wonderfully nutritious grain that's low in fat. Teamed with sweet roasted carrots, dukkah and crispy baked kale, this dish is a winner! Panko Fish with Sweet Potato Wedges, Roasted Carrots and PeasThis golden crumbed fish and trio of veggies, this filling main is the ultimate swap for takeaway fish and chips this Easter. We love the buttered smashed peas and perfectly roasted carrots and sweet potato, plus the crunchy garlic crumbs... can't forget them! All it needs is a squeeze of lemon and your guests will be so impressed. Try something different this Easter with these mini dyed Easter eggs with supplies that are most likely just lying around your kitchen... Add some colour to your Easter and try naturally dyeing your own eggs with leftover vegetable scraps such as cabbage and onions. Follow the simple steps below to make the perfect table centrepiece for your delicious Easter feast.What youll need:
- White eggs, we used duck eggs because the shells tended to be stronger and beautifully white. (You can buy duck or quail eggs from any speciality butcher or gourmet grocery store)
- Herbs and feathers for stencils, if you want to indulge in the full Marley Spoon decoration experience, we used sage, parsley, curry leaves and feathers but you can also use items such as flowers, ferns and dill
- Red cabbage
**Method:**1. Start with some clean dry white eggs, pretty shaped leaves for stencils (herbs and/or feathers) and pantyhose. 2. Place the herb/feather stencil on the egg and wrap the egg in some pantyhose and tie a knot. Repeat this process for each egg. 3. Place onion and cabbage skins separately in two saucepans full of cold water. Immerse the eggs and bring to the boil. Take off heat and let stand for at least 12 hours 4. After having been left to soak overnight, remove pantyhose from the eggs and allow to completely dry before removing the stencil. 5. Youre finished! Arrange your Easter decorations in a nice bowl and place them as the centrepiece of your Easter table.
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