Putting together dinner for the whole family has never been easier, quicker or cheaper! All you need are five ingredients for this hash brown pizza.
We highly recommend heading to your local butcher for this recipe! Trying different and more affordable cuts of meat can make for some amazing meals, like these cocoa-braised beef cheeks.
Whether it’s dinner or lunch, this baked chicken with olives and tomatoes is a great dish for meal prepping to save you time during the week.
Craving a burger but worried about the effect it will have on your summer body? Well, never fear! Our tuna burgers will have you sorted in no time. Not only are they good for you, they are also super cheap. Here’s how to make your own tuna patties!
As January rolls around, it’s not only our clothes that seem a bit tighter, but our budgets too. Don’t let the holiday spending and Christmas gift-buying get in the way of your weekly food shopping – plan your meals cleverly and you’ll be saving as you cook.
Nearly everyone enjoys eating out at a nice restaurant with friends and family, and why wouldn’t we? It’s a great way to get out the house and socialise with friends, plus you don’t even have to cook! But this luxury comes at a price … literally.
We are back with another tasty, effortless and totally budget-friendly recipe. You can buy a pack of chicken pieces to make this, but our chicken pilaf requires a whole bird, so we recommend you buy a whole chicken and break it down yourself to save even more.
Let’s face it, no one wants to put a tasteless, dry piece of meat on a plate and call it dinner. But regularly buying the most sought-after cuts of meat doesn’t have a favourable outcome on your pocket either. So say hello to the MyKitchen way of doing things, where flavour, and your budget, both come first!
When it comes to putting dinner on the table, the main aim of the game is to whip up a dish that’s rich in flavour and easy on your budget. If you think tasty food comes with a hefty price tag, read on, because we’re here to prove you wrong!