Three cheap dinner recipe ideas

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As part of our Budget Bites column, we have partnered with Sorted Food to bring you easy, affordable, quick, and delicious recipes once a month. This month, we are featuring three seasonal dishes that elevate chicken wings and pork mince to new heights. These meals are not only flavorful but also make use of staple ingredients, minimizing the need for a long shopping list.

To ensure minimal food waste, we have provided a shopping list for the necessary ingredients. Hopefully, you will find that most of the items are already in your pantry. Whether you prefer to shop locally or online, the choice is yours.

The first recipe is for Sticky Korean Wings with Pea and Sesame Rice. It is important to track down good quality gochujang, a Korean sauce, as it makes a significant difference in the flavor. By following the provided instructions, you will create a delicious dish that will leave you satisfied.

The second recipe is for Cambodian-style Pork and Ginger Stir-fried Noodles. In this recipe, black pepper is key for adding heat and depth to the dish. By following the step-by-step instructions, you will create a flavorful stir-fry that combines pork mince with ginger, garlic, and spinach.

The third recipe is for Gochujang Pork Ragu Pasta. If you don’t have pork, you can also use beef mince. By following the instructions, you will create a delicious pasta dish that features gochujang, tomato paste, and aromatic spices.

In order to combat the rising cost of living, we have partnered with Sorted Food to bring you these budget-friendly recipes. If you want to discover more recipes and meal-planning tips, be sure to check out Sorted Food’s nifty meal-planning app Sidekick at sortedfood.com/sidekick. Sign up for our newsletter today and start receiving our weekly recipes, foodie features, and cookbook releases.

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