5 easy and quick 5-ingredient recipes that are perfect for weekday cooking

After a long day of work, all you need is an easy recipe for a delicious meal in minutes, right?

5 easy and quick 5-ingredient recipes that are perfect for weekday cooking

Are you also looking for recipes that taste good and require minimal effort? While there are days when we want to treat ourselves to an extravagant home-cooked meal; after a long day of Zoom calls, most of us want something that doesn't involve a long list of ingredients. What if we told you only need only five to create that perfect meal to please your taste buds? We've got you covered with these five recipes for a wholesome meal perfect for that weekday lunch or dinner.

Schezwan rice

One can never go wrong with a bowl of good Chinese food. Stir fry your rice with some schezwan sauce and taste the amazing flavours of the Indo-Chinese meal. Add eggs or chicken to make it a meaty affair.

Street-style egg fried rice

One ingredient that will always be in your kitchen is rice. However, if you are bored of the same old rice recipes and are looking for a way to spice things up, try out our street-style egg fried recipe and turn things up a notch.

Aloo Tikki

Making crispy patties to stuff in between breads, relishing them as a chaat or simply enjoying it with some ketchup on the side. Preparing aloo tikki has never been easier and more fun. Try this recipe out now!

Cream of spinach soup

If it's good for Popeye, it's good for you. We've found the perfect recipe that's packed with the nutrition of fresh spinach and the rich flavours and a perfectly creamy soup. Add it to your must-make list for dinner.

Paneer Chilli

Tossed in a sweet and spicy sauce, our paneer chilli recipe is crispy on the outside and soft inside. This five-ingredient recipe allows you to recreate it at ease for any time that you're craving a quick snack.

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