A family staple ... Karen Martini's chow mien-style pork.
Simplicity is the key to many of these mid-week meals. But that doesn't come at the expense of taste.
The zucchini frittata can be served with a side salad or some crusty bread. And there's no ham hock required for the pea and ham soup. It's a lighter, faster and greener pea soup than the traditional one using dried split peas.
Karen Martini has shared her recipe for chow mein-style pork with cabbage, peas and Hokkien noodles. It was a family staple when she was growing up, and now her girls love it too.
Perhaps it will become a regular feature on your dinner table?