11 make-ahead recipes to eat for dinner tonight – Delicious Magazine

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Grilled chicken tikka

with spicy yogurt

We recommend marinating chicken in this tikka-style dish for at least three hours before cooking. Better yet, top the chicken with the marinade ingredients in the morning, then leave it in the fridge so all the flavors infuse throughout the day. It only takes a few minutes and dinner is guaranteed to taste fantastic.

chicken tikka

Slow cook

chicken cacciatore

This classic French cacciatore chicken recipe is designed to be made in a slow cooker, so dust it off and try it! It also doesn’t require a lot of ingredients, just a pinch of preparation and patience.

chicken cacciatore

Pork ragout with chili with parmesan polenta

This is one of those “I can have thirds” recipes and you won’t believe how easy it is to make. Simply simmer pork shoulder in broth, wine and vegetables for two hours before crushing, then serve with buttery Parmesan polenta for an indulgent dinner.

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following these two easy steps, then let it simmer throughout the morning. The end result? A rich, thick and tender meat sauce that you can serve with anything from pasta to jackets, polenta or rice. Or, place it in epic lasagna: there are so many possibilities.

beef ragout

Chicken skewers marinated with chili with shallot and chickpea salad

Aleppo chili flakes have a mild, earthy, almost fruity flavor that works well as a flavor enhancer in numerous dishes. Here, we have combined them with yogurt, garlic and lemon in a marinade that breaks the flavor, without having to use an excessive number of ingredients.

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Tandoori chicken salad

with cucumber and rice Our super easy tandoori chicken recipe

is all about maximizing flavor using some everyday ingredients. Let the chicken marinate in yogurt, curry paste, and crushed garlic (that’s it, just three ingredients!) all day before cooking under a hot grill for 10 minutes.

chicken taandoori

Slow-cooked meat stew We often resort to a classic

slow-cooked meat


on lazy Sundays. Simmer for 4-5 hours as you go about your day, and fill your kitchen with tantalizing aromas.

slow cooker stew

Ultimate lasagna

The best thing about a lasagna is that you can make and assemble all the elements hours before, and then simply hang it in the oven when you’re ready to eat


And we have many more lasagna recipes for you to choose from. You can’t ask us to pick a favorite, but we’ve managed to narrow down 15 of our best lasagna recipes – pick your choice.

ultimate lasagna

Beet-marinated salmon

It’s not just meat you can marinate! Try this technique with fish as well. Here, we have taken a simple piece of salmon and marinated it in horseradish, dill, mustard and beetroot to impart a beautiful pink color.

beet salmon

Jerk chicken with

coconut rice

If you’re going to take the time to make your own jerk marinade, you should really let it do its thing for as long as possible. Make the marinade by beating all the ingredients in a blender, then mix with the chicken to let all the flavors infuse. You could serve the cooked chicken with rice and peas, but where’s the fun in that? Try our sticky coconut rice and spicy pineapple sauce – it’s a game-changing combination.

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jerk chicken

Nachos with shredded


One of the best things to come out of a slow cooker has to be shredded pork. The meat it yields and separates is so deliciously good that we would happily wait all day for it. It’s amazing just stacked in fluffy baps (with lots of apple sauce, of course), but why not opt for something a little different and try it loaded over nachos with cheese and a pineapple sauce?


Be super organized and check out our ready-made dessert recipes as well.

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