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Top monthly recipes

Try our top dishes this month.

1. Stuffed pumpkin with Moroccan-spiced lamb

Enjoy sweet, seasonal pumpkin paired with a delicious Moroccan-spiced lamb filling. It’s great for dinner, or try it as a side or share plate when entertaining.

2. Roasted pumpkin soup with cheesy garlic scones

Level up your pumpkin soup by pairing it with warm and cheesy garlic scones. A few clever shortcut buys make this recipe easy.

3. Quick garlic naan

Buttery and delicious, this easy garlic naan is a great side for curries and soups. With just 5 ingredients, you can make it at home in 2 simple steps - what’s not to love?

4. Courtney Roulston’s Tuscan vegetable and bacon soup

Warm up from the inside out with Courtney Roulston’s Tuscan vegetable soup. Loaded with veggies and bacon bits, it’s full of flavour and goodness.

5. Curtis Stone’s lemon delicious pudding

Naming his first restaurant after his granny Maude was a dream come true for Curtis. For the opening night, he served his version of her lemony pudding – it’s light and sweet, with a hint of tartness.

6. Pumpkin risotto with harissa prawns

Loaded with tasty harissa prawns, this warming pumpkin risotto is full of flavour. It’s a simple but delicious dish that’s perfect for everything from relaxed family meals to casual entertaining with friends.

7. Crispy pork banh mi

Loaded with crispy pork and veggies, this delicious banh mi recipe is one to add to the list. Ideal for lunch or dinner, it’s easier to recreate at home than you may think, thanks to a couple of shortcut ingredients from Coles.

8. Beef pad see ew

This quick and easy beef pad see ew recipe is your ticket to recreating the takeaway classic at home. Ready in just 25 minutes, it’s ideal for midweek meals when you’re short on time.

9. Tasia and Gracia Seger’s okonomiyaki (Japanese pancake)

Served with a tasty homemade sauce, these savoury Japanese pancakes are a must try. For a light and fluffy pancake, don’t press down on the mixture in the pan when cooking.

10. Curtis Stone’s brown butter and salted caramel slice

Give Curtis’ spin on classic caramel slice a go. With brown butter and sea salt flakes, it’s the perfect balance of sweet and salty.