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  • Nov 26th 2015
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When the weather is blisteringly hot the last thing you want to do is cook. Spending limited time in the kitchen doesn’t necessarily mean that you can’t eat well though. We have rounded up our favourite dinner options that take less than 30 minutes to create so you can spend more time doing the things you love.

Char Grilled Lime Snapper on a Warm Capsicum Salad

This Char Grilled Lime Snapper on a Warm Capsicum Salad recipe is easy to create and so delicious that it will become a regular on your fast dinner rotation. Take a handful of fresh ingredients, this morning’s freshest catch, a splash of olive oil and a squeeze of lemon juice and you have yourself a healthy dinner in less than 20 minutes! 

Coriander and Pepper Crusted Steaks

Up your BBQ game with this flavoursome Coriander and Pepper Crusted Steak recipe. Choose your favourite cut of beef and coat with a herb sauce before grilling on a barbeque.  Our tip, remove steak from the refrigerator 10 minutes before grilling to allow it to come to room temperature. This helps to achieve a tender finish. And don’t forget to rest the meat for 10 minutes when you take it off the grill to ensure it stays moist.

Sumac Prawns with Turkish Salad

Healthy, fresh and full of flavour our Sumac Prawns with Turkish Salad makes for a quick and easy dinner option. The combination of fresh ingredients including pomegranate, cucumber and fresh herbs, as well as the lemony tang of the sumac prawns in this recipe guarantees it will be your go to summer seafood salad.

Tandoori Chicken Burger

Homemade burgers are a simple and healthy summertime treat. This Tandoori Chicken Burger makes for a nice change to the classic beef burger. Serve on a bap bun and top the paprika, ginger, chilli and cumin flavoured chicken patties with fresh mint, avocado and cucumber.

Black Pepper Beef Stir Fry

Everyone loves a fast and fabulous stir fry. This Black Pepper Beef recipe can be created in under 20 minutes in the KitchenAid Cook Processor. Use the FRY function to sear tender beef strips and mix together the punchy soy, shoaxing and garlic sauce. Then you can add any vegetables you like to this dish, such as carrots or broccoli, simply cut to a similar size as the capsicum to ensure even cooking.

Fish Thai Green Curry

The Cook Processor, with its all-in one capability, can help you create a wonderfully fragrant and creamy Thai Green Curry.  Use the mini-blade function to grind chillies, ginger, lime, fish sauce and fresh herbs to create your own homemade paste. Combine with the coconut milk and a selection of authentic Thai ingredients, and then relax as the Cook Processor takes care of rest.