Fried, scrambled, boiled and poached; there is no method of cooking eggs that isn't worth learning! Whether you're craving some eggs on toast or you love the Caesar Salad at your local cafe that you'd love to recreate, there are seriously no negatives to knowing how to cook the perfect egg.
Comfort food at it's best, there is seriously nothing better than a cheese toastie (or grilled cheese!). Once you've mastered this, shake things up a little; pesto, ham, different cheeses.. it'll become an obsession!
You can check out my recipe here! I may be a little biased, but I think its a 12/10.
Muesli is a great start to any day, and buying your favourite muesli from the supermarket can become a steadily expensive expense. Muesli is another one of those amazing things that is COMPLETELY customisable and can fit to any budget, and all you need to do is scatter some bits on a tray and toast them up. Alternatively, try my no-cook Bircher Muesli! Again, once you've cracked this recipe you can add almost anything to it, and it can be made in bulk to set you up for the week.
Knowing how to roast the perfect vegetable is high up there on my list. Who can seriously say they don't love roast potatoes, and you'll feel immensely proud when you can confidently say that you make the best of the best! Plus, not only are they great the night of, toss the cold roast veggies with some feta, spinach and dressing to create a bangin' salad.
For a go-to dessert, last minute work morning tea or purely just something to satisfy that sweet tooth, chocolate brownie is your answer. Unlike cooking, baking can be a little more dependent on the right measurements, but that doesn't necessarily mean baked goods are harder to execute. If you're wanting a rich and moreish brownie recipe, check out my brownie recipe here!Served with chocolate sauce and ice cream to create a very indulgent and impressive dessert.
This suggestion probably seems a bit random but trust me, if you're looking for a quick and easy meal option that doesn't need a recipe, this will be your saving grace. Stir Fry can pretty much be made with any non-starchy vegetable and flavoured with a multitude of Asian sauces, and still taste delicious. Serve with your favourite protein and noodles or rice, and you'll be pretty impressed with what you've managed to whip up! I love the combination of Beef & Broccoli that Jamie Oliver has used in this stir fry.