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  • bean chilli

    Bean chilli stew

    Our bean chilli is so hearty and comforting you won’t even notice it is meat-free. We’ve used chipotle paste to give the bean chilli an extra kick of flavour and a more authentic Mexican taste. You can get chipotle paste from most supermarkets but if you can’t find any, add 1-2tsp chilli powder with 2tsp tomato paste to the bean chilli recipe. Chipotles are widely used in Mexican cuisine, they are smoke-dried jalapeno peppers and blending them together with tomatoes makes the paste. This one-pot wonder bean chilli stew is also suitable for freezing so it is perfect for getting ahead. The recipe can be easily doubled if you’re entertaining for a larger group taking all the fuss out of cooking for big parties. Why not throw a Mexican-themed dinner party and cook this bean chilli alongside some spicy chicken fajitas, cheesy nachos with guacamole and a meaty chilli con carne? You could even top it all off with some sombreros and a tequila shot or two – just make sure you’ve done all the cooking before the drinks start!

    • 0
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  • vegetable pilaf

    Lentil vegetable pilaf

    This vegetable pilaf made with lentils is packed with goodness and just what you need after a long day. Puy lentils are a great vegetarian source of protein and will keep you feeling fuller for longer so you’re less likely to crave a snack. Plus they count as one of your five a day and are an easy way to boost your daily total veg count. We’ve also included Brazil nuts for some added crunch and an extra protein boost. Our vegetable pilaf is also packed with kale. Did you know kale is one of the most nutrient-dense foods around? It is also a brilliant source of vitamins A, K and C, which help your immune system and vision. So if you’re looking for a health boost you need to give our vegetable pilaf lentils a go. This recipe is so easy to make and it can be frozen. Make a big batch and get ahead, then when you’re running low on time or feeling too under the weather to cook a whole meal, you’ll have this on stand-by ready to save the day.

    • 0
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  • asian salad

    Shredded Asian salad

    This Asian salad is so simple you’ll make it time and time again. Full of lots of lovely textures our Asian salad combines cucumber, carrots, spring onions, red pepper and bean sprouts for a healthy, light meal. We suggest serving it as a starter alongside something like fishcakes but you could also scale it up for a lunch. The salad would also work well with grilled chicken or prawns or even some stir-fried steak. Once you’ve tried our dressing for the Asian salad, you’ll never choose a shop bought alternative again. You know exactly what you’re putting into it and are in complete control of the salt and sugar levels. Plus, if you already have the store cupboard essentials, our dressing is really cheap to make. We’ve used salted roasted peanuts for a final touch of crunch, but you could also try cashew nuts or a combination of the two.

    • 5
    (1 ratings)
  • Baked lamb steaks

    Lamb is cheap and very easy to cook so this recipe for a delicious lamb steak will soon become a family favourite! For this baked lamb steaks recipe, each portion is under 400 calories, so you get a filling and nourishing protein-rich meal for under 500 calories. It bakes in the oven, leaving you to get on with something else – maybe even prepare a little surprise pudding? And as it's so low on fat it is great if you're on a diet but still want a really satisfying meal. Cooking all the ingredients together in one pan allows them to infuse each other with their rich flavours for a really satisfying meal that doesn't need gravy. Because we’ve added cherry tomatoes to this lamb recipe, you’re also getting some veg to up your 5-a-day intake without any extra effort. And the best part is that because this easy lamb steaks recipe is cooked in just one pan, the washing up will be really quick as well. We've added fresh herbs at the last minute instead, to give a final hit of flavour - delicious!

    • 3
    (341 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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  • fish chowder

    Fish chowder

    Fish chowder is a hearty and filling soup that will warm you up on a chilly winter evening. Smoked haddock is great source of B vitamins which play an important role in cell metabolism, making this fish chowder good for you as well as delicious. This tasty smoked fish is also a source of lean protein, which helps to keep you feeling fuller for longer. This simple soup only has a handful of ingredients but has such great flavour. To keep costs low, try buying frozen smoked haddock fillets (we love the ones from Iceland) to make this fish chowder, and simply defrost before cooking. Chowder is a creamy soup that is usually made with potatoes, and can come in seafood and vegetarian variations. This thick soup is particularly popular in North America, and the name is thought to originate from the French word ‘chaudron’, meaning cauldron, after the large pot it is made in. This rich and creamy fish chowder is a great way to get kids to eat more fish, as the haddock is broken up through the flavour-packed broth. Serve this fish chowder with some crusty bread for the ultimate simple supper.

    • 5
    (1 ratings)
  • hidden veg bolognese

    Hidden veg bolognese

    Our hidden veg Bolognese is a rich and flavour-packed pasta sauce that sneaks in some extra vegetables to make it a really healthy and balanced meal. We’ve served this hidden veg Bolognese with tagliatelle, a type of pasta that comes in long, flat ribbons, but it would also work well with spaghetti to create a healthier twist on a classic spaghetti Bolognese. You can make a big batch of this hidden veg Bolognese and freeze portions so that you have a healthy and delicious home made meal ready for those busy week nights. Getting kids to eat more veg can be a challenge, but sneaking them into this tasty pasta sauce is a great way for them to enjoy new vegetables without even realising it. This hidden veg Bolognese is cheap, easy and full of flavour - the perfect mid week family meal.

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  • Carrot and butternut squash soup

    This easy carrot and butternut squash soup recipe is perfect for the whole family. There are days when only soup will do, when you can have a soothing, veg-packed meal and dunk in hunks of bread slathered in butter. The great thing about soup is that, with just a few cheap ingredients, you can make up a big batch and keep it in the fridge or freezer. For this velvety squash soup recipe, you’ll only need nine ingredients that are really cheap and easy to get from the supermarket. This simple sunshine bowl of soup will brighten up any grey day. This soup serves 6 people, so it’s enough to feed your family and you can keep leftovers for lunch the next day. Packed with nutrients, this butternut squash soup is a healthy way to up your five-a-day and the best part is that it’s also really quick to make. Making this butternut squash soup will only take 40 mins from scratch, but only 10 mins to prepare, so you can leave it to bubble away for half an hour while you carry on with your day. Leftovers can be stored in the fridge for up to 3 days and the rest can be frozen.

    • 3
    (232 ratings)
  • Stuffed peppers with couscous, courgette and mozzarella

    Stuffed peppers are always a delicious recipe to whip after a busy day. This delicious stuffed peppers recipe looks impressive but it's so easy to make! A colourful Mediterranean-style dish with sun blushed tomatoes and melting mozzarella, you can trusts us when we say it tastes as good as it looks! Not only does a portion of this recipe equal one of your 5-a-day, it also works out at only 315 calories and 0.4g salt per serving. These stuffed peppers are ideal for lunch with a salad or served for dinner with new potatoes and fresh greens. Ready in just 30 mins, our stuffed peppers with couscous, courgette and mozzarella are vegetarian-friendly and are sure to tempt children with their vibrant colours and tasty flavours too.

    • 4
    (211 ratings)
  • orzo salad

    Orzo salad with salmon and pesto

    Orzo salad with salmon and pesto is a filling and vibrant salad, perfect for a light supper or healthy lunch. Salmon is a great source of brain-boosting Omega 3 fatty acids, and the green vegetables in this orzo salad recipe make it rich in antioxidants. With the carbohydrate rich orzo pasta as a base, which provides your body’s main source of energy, this orzo salad with salmon and pesto is a perfectly balanced meal.

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  • Slimming World fish and chips

    Slimming World fish and chips

    Slimming World fish and chips recipe is a great alternative to your Friday night takeaway and is much healthier too! Think you can't have a nice portion of fish and chips on a diet? Think again! This Slimming World recipe means you can eat your favourite food without worrying. This classic recipe serves 4 people and will take around 35 mins to cook. It's a real crowd pleaser! Serve your delicious battered cod and homemade chips with mushie peas and tartare sauce if you're feel like adding a little treat to the plate.

    • 4
    (65 ratings)
  • Slimming World's chicken and potato curry

    Slimming World's chicken curry recipe is one of our favourite delicious and simple-to-make Slimming World curry recipes! It’s guilt-free too, making it the perfect Saturday night alternative to a takeaway. This Slimming World curry is easy to make, and it's ready to be eaten in less than hour. Curry is one the nation's favourite meals and it's not off the menu if you're counting the calories. Diet club Slimming World have taken the classic dish and made it nice and healthy, and the best part is that it has not lost out on any of the flavour. The main way this Slimming World curry recipe is better for you in terms of calories is that it‘s not made with coconut milk or any other liquids that can add more calories to a curry – it’s simply cooked with water but it still taste absolutely delicious. This Slimming World curry recipe is so tasty, even those not following the diet can enjoy it, so you don’t have to cook two meals if you’re following the Slimming World plan. The potato in the mix means you don't need to serve it with rice and sides. This Slimming World chicken curry serves 4 people and should take approximately 40 minutes to make. If you’re craving curry, make this light and tasty Slimming World chicken curry instead of getting a takeaway – it’s a lot healthier and cheaper. Any leftovers can be stored in an airtight container in the fridge for up 2 days. Reheat thoroughly before serving this Slimming World curry.

    • 3
    (509 ratings)

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