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  • Broccoli and stilton soup recipe

    Broccoli and Stilton soup

    Broccoli and Stilton soup is a classic creamy soup that's just the perfect dish for a cold day. This classic vegetarian soup is a delicious winter warmer - and freezable too - making it ideal for storing away to use as a delicious lunch or dinner days when you're too tired to cook. This tasty Broccoli and stilton soup recipe works out at only 366 calories per serving, which for a rich and indulgently flavoured soup is pretty good we think! This broccoli and Stilton soup serves 4-5 people and will take only 35 mins in total to make, so it’s a quick soup recipe too. If you're feeling really hungry, you can serve this broccoli and Stilton soup up with fresh crusty bread to help you fill up. And don't worry about anyone who finds Stilton a bit overpowering - paired with the creamy broccoli, this soup is mild and mellow, so even those who think they don't like blue cheese will absolutely love it. The two ingredients work really well together, so this a creamy soup that you’ll want to make time and time again. If you love Stilton, feel free to crumble more in, but just be aware that you might up the calories if you do that. This delicious broccoli and Stilton soup can be made in well under an hour with this fab recipe that works just as well as a dinner party starter as it does as a stand alone meal!

    • 3
    (276 ratings)
  • broccoli risotto

    Broccoli risotto

    Our broccoli risotto with ricotta and peas is a healthy and comforting mid-week meal that the whole family will love. This cheesy, creamy dish is a great way to sneak more veg into meals for kids – it tastes so good that they won’t even notice they’re eating greens! This broccoli risotto is made with a three grain risotto mix to add extra fibre, which is great for your digestive system, and makes it a really satisfying meal. Ricotta, an Italian fresh cheese, is lower in fat than other cheeses, but adds a richness and creaminess, as well as the much loved cheesy flavour. Risotto is traditionally a meal that requires lots of patience, slow cooking, and constant attention, but our version is so easy, perfect for a busy week-nights. Our broccoli risotto with ricotta and peas is just the thing to warm you up on a winter evening. It's cheap and requires minimal effort but gives great results.

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    (0 ratings)
  • Broccoli and salmon pasta

    This delicious salmon pasta recipe is a real family favourite. Ready in just 20 mins, this broccoli and salmon tagliatelle dish serves 4 people and is great for using up leftovers too. This superfood-packed fish pasta recipe is full of protein and contains a third of your recommended daily allowance of Vitamin C, so get it down the kids too. If you don't have salmon choose other fish instead like cod, haddock or tuna. Store leftovers of this salmon pasta in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 2 days. Serve cold or reheat thoroughly to serve. Sprinkle with chopped chilli to give an extra kick of flavour to this creamy salmon pasta.

    • 3
    (185 ratings)
  • Broccoli soup

    Broccoli soup

    This easy broccoli soup recipe is a healthy option and a great way of using up leftover broccoli. The humble broccoli is the epitome of a superfood. Every single floret is packed with vitamin C, fibre and plenty of other natural goodies, so there’s no better base for this healthy and hearty vegetarian soup. You don’t often see broccoli on a soup menu without its traditional best friend stilton, but this quick and simple recipe cuts down on fat without sacrificing on creaminess, with the help of some generous dollops of crème fraiche. And if you really miss that cheese hit, you can always serve it with a handful of cheddar topped croutons. This recipe serves 4 people and will take around 30 mins to make in total.

    • 3
    (223 ratings)
  • Thai green prawn curry

    Thai green prawn curry with broccoli

    Thai green prawn curry with broccoli is a speedy curry recipe that's ready in just 15 minutes and makes a healthy family meal, containing 1 of your 5-a-day portions of fruit and vegetables. Broccoli is packed full of vitamins, protein and calcium, as well as plenty more minerals, so it's a fab choice if you're trying to get more green veg in your diet. This recipe is perfect for when you're cooking for a family, or even when you're entertaining. Serve with steamed rice - either jasmine, plain or coconut for a really tasty dinner. You'll never have to pick up a takeaway menu again!

    • 4
    (20 ratings)
  • Quinoa broccoli feta salad

    Quinoa, feta and broccoli salad

    Celeb chef Jo adds quinoa, a super-healthy South American protein, to this tasty salad with feta cheese, broccoli and pomegranate. Quinoa is a super healthy grain thanks to its rich protein content and high fibre and iron content. Broccoli is a great addition to this dish thanks to its high content of vitamin C and vitamin K, as well as folate and dietary fibre. Adding creamy feta gives a great salty and smooth addition to the crunchy broccoli and combines really well with the rest of the ingredients to make this salad so delicious. Give it a got this week for a tasty lunch or dinner recipe and yhou won’t be disappointed.

    • 4
    (39 ratings)
  • Salmon pasta with creme fraiche

    Salmon pasta with creme fraiche

    This salmon pasta with creme fraiche is also packed with leeks, broccoli, green beans and parsley is easy to make and tastes delicious - plus it gives you a healthy dose of omega-3 too! This recipe serves 4 people and will take only 17 minutes to prepare and cook. This dish can be served hot or cold but we'd recommend serving as soon as its made for the best flavour! This recipe is a great way of using up any leftover salmon you might have - from previous. This salmon pasta is perfect for both lunch and dinner - it's filling enough for dinner and light enough for lunch! It takes only 4 steps to make this mouth-watering salmon pasta with creme fraiche.

    • 3
    (336 ratings)
  • Salmon and broccoli bake

    Salmon and broccoli bake

    If you’re after a healthy meal that’s quick to make and tastes really great, give this salmon and broccoli bake a go this week and you’ll find yourself with a really hearty meal that’s full of vitamins and nutrients. Salmon is a great source of omega-3 fatty acids, while broccoli is packed with vitamins and iron. It’s a great choice for a quick, healthy meal for the whole family - and salmon, broccoli and spinach are all superfoods!

    • 3
    (53 ratings)
  • Warm Tenderstem broccoli and tarragon chicken salad

    Warm broccoli and chicken salad

    This lovely warm salad is full of flavours and good-for-you things. Chicken breasts, which provide a healthy dose of protein, are marinated in a tangy dressing then pan-fried till they're golden brown. Salad leaves, cherry tomatoes, spring onions and Tenderstem broccoli add flavour and crunch to this dish, as well as providing a helping hand towards your five-a-day with their variety of vital vitamins and minerals.

    • 3
    (18 ratings)
  • Lemon Turkey Meatballs

    Phil Vickery's lemon turkey meatballs

    Celebrity chef Phil Vickery's recipe combines two delicious superfoods, British turkey and broccoli: both are packed with essential vitamins and minerals. Turkey is a great source of protein and is much leaner than most other meats – making it a great choice if you’re trying to be a bit healthier this week. Broccoli is full of vitamins C and K, plus the vegetable is a great source of potassium and dietary fibre too.

    • 3
    (337 ratings)
  • Macaroni cheese with broccoli

    Macaroni cheese with broccoli

    Macaroni cheese with broccoli is a fab recipe to get kids eating more greens - macaroni cheese is an absolute family favourite and with the addition of broccoli, you'll even find the kids asking for seconds. A warming pasta bake with sweetcorn and broccoli and topped with delicious Cheddar cheese couldn't be easier to make and it costs less than £3 for four portions which means it's super inexpensive as well as being delicious. Make this family macaroni cheese recipe any night of the week - it's the ultimate comfort food, plus plenty of veg so you won't feel so guilty enjoying it!

    • 3
    (60 ratings)
  • No meat no dairy Buddha bowl

    No meat, no dairy Buddha bowl

    No meat, no dairy Buddha bowl is a salad perfect for one - full of couscous, chickpeas, grilled veg and fresh and leafy greens it's filling and delicious. Buddha bowls are the newest food trend - and it might look like there's loads going on or that it's really time consuming, but trust us, it isn't! Ready in only 30 minutes, it really is worth it. You get plenty of your 5-a-day, and you have loads of different flavours and textures coming through. If you're cooking yourself and don't fancy making anything elaborate, this is the perfect recipe. You can even make it the night before, store it in your tupperware and take it to work with you the following day. If you're making this for two, then simply double the ingredients and divide between two bowls. Enjoy!

    • 0
    (0 ratings)

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