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  • thai fish cakes

    Sesame Thai fishcakes

    These Thai fishcakes with a sesame seed crust are a brilliant twist on a family favourite. Our Thai fishcakes use Pollock, which is a more sustainable choice, but if you had cod or haddock in you the fridge or freezer you could use that instead. We recommend serving the Thai fishcakes with an Asian-style salad, they make a delicious starter and would also be great as part of a party food spread. Why not plan a complete Thai-inspired feast?

    • 5
    (1 ratings)
  • roast red pepper hummus recipe

    Roasted red pepper hummus

    Roasted red pepper hummus stays true to the flavours of the Mediterranean. This roasted red pepper hummus is given a twist with a tablespoon of harissa, giving it a little kick whilst still keeping the sweet, smoky, nutty flavours of the roast red peppers and tahini. Harissa is a chilli pepper paste from northern Africa. Adding herbs and spices, such as coriander seeds and garlic give harissa its distinct flavour and colour. Different brands of harrisa have different herbs and spices in them so why not experiment with a normal harissa and a rose harissa to see the difference (and to see which you prefer!). Chickpeas are high in fibre and help control blood sugar levels, aiding in keeping them within a normal range. On top of this, chickpeas also high in both vitamins and minerals and are an excellent source of plant-based protein, which for any vegetarian is a must. Roasting the red peppers in this delightful hummus brings out the sweetness of this lovely veg. This roasted red pepper hummus has perfectly balanced flavours, with just the right amount of spice, natural sweetness, and salty flavours. It is perfect for a snack with some crudités, or just as an accompaniment with a fresh and healthy lunch or week-night dinner.

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • Crispy roast potatoes

    Goose fat roast potatoes

    Goose fat roast potatoes are a roast dinner staple, a Christmas classic and an absolute must for anyone who loves a really crispy roast potato on the outside but a nice fluffy middle. You can guarantee to get your roast potatoes nice and crispy by using goose fat and the best this is, it’s really really easy! This simple recipe shows you how it's done so you can make your own perfectly crispy goose fat roast potatoes at home. Why not try it for your next Sunday lunch or family roast?

    • 4
    (13 ratings)
  • 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
    (274 ratings)
  • leek and potato soup

    Leek and potato soup with peas

    Leek and potato soup is a classic recipe but we've given it a modern twist with the addition of sweet peas and a crunchy garnish of saffron leek rings. Our leek and potato soup with peas is perfect make ahead and take for packed lunches or to keep in the freezer for days when you’re short on time. Leek and potato is always delicious simply served with crusty bread and butter for dunking. This soup only takes 30 mins to cook and works out at only 134 calories per serving. It's great for making for a family as it serves a big group and if you wanted to freeze it, you can do so once it's chilled and simply reheat whenever you want to enjoy it.

    • 3
    (64 ratings)
  • Bedfordshire Clanger recipe

    Bedfordshire clanger recipe

    A little bit like a good old fashion British pasty, a Bedfordshire clanger was a staple on farms back in the good old days. It was created so that workers could take a full meal out to the fields when they were going to be work all day. Wrapped up in pastry was two thirds a savoury pasty, and one third a sweet pudding - genius. This British classic has been forgotten and we aren’t sure why. With both sweet and savoury in crumbly shortcrust this Bedfordshire clanger is a winner for any lunchtime. We've plumped for tried and tested flavours, with a ham and potato filling featuring in the savoury side and an apple and cinnamon mixture filling the sweet side. However, once you've nailed this basic Bedfordshire clanger recipe you can have fun experimenting with all sorts of flavour combos - from curry and tropical fruits to pulled chicken and set custard, there's no limit to what you can combine in this tasty pastry recipe.

    • 0
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  • Carrot and coriander soup

    Carrot and coriander soup

    Carrot and coriander is a classic soup recipe - and it's easy to make in the comfort of your own home. Not only is this carrot and coriander soup super comforting for when you just a need a hug in a bowl, this light recipe is also only 102 calories per portion so it makes a nice low-cal option for lunch. The strong, herby flavours of the ground and fresh coriander complement the carrots beautifully. This carrot and coriander soup recipe serves 4 people and will take around 35 mins to prepare and cook, so you won't even have to spend that long in the kitchen to prepare it. Leftovers can be stored in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 2 days. You can also freeze this soup, defrost in the fridge overnight and reheat thoroughly before serving again, which makes this carrot and coriander soup a super easy meal to have in the freezer for when you need a easy and quick lunch.

    • 4
    (137 ratings)
  • Eggy Bread with Cheese and Ham

    Eggy bread with ham and cheese

    Eggy bread is the perfect lunchtime treat. Our version is a cross between a cheese and ham sandwich and french toast and it's guaranteed to cheer you up whatever your mood, or whatever the weather is doing! You could of course just cook you slices of bread without the filling, to create a regular egg bread recipe, but we think this combo is a real winner. Sure to be a crowd-pleaser amongst young and old, these delicious fried sandwiches are oozing with cheese and packed with ham for a really satisfying meal. If you fancy adding some extras then we think the more the merrier when it comes to sandwich fillers. Gherkins, tomatoes or thinly sliced onions would all be a delicious little extra squished between the eggy bread outers. And because this recipe for eggy bread takes just 12 minutes and uses ingredients you probably have in your fridge regularly it's a great one to keep in mind for days when you're short on time.

    • 3
    (43 ratings)
  • breakfast toastie

    Breakfast toasties

    Breakfast toasties are a tasty and filling way to start the day. We may think of plain toast as a breakfast staple, but it is made even better when topped with gooey melted mozzarella, wrapped in Parma ham and accompanied by fresh asparagus and tomatoes. We’ve used sourdough bread for our breakfast toasties, which has a satisfying crunch and slight chew when toasted, but you can use any slices of your favourite bread. Our breakfast toasties recipe turns your standard morning toast into something much more gourmet and packed with flavour. The combination of Parma ham and mozzarella is a classic, but not something you’d often think of for breakfast. Try something new tomorrow morning and start your say with a breakfast toastie.

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • broad bean hummus

    Broad bean hummus recipe

    Our broad beans hummus recipe transforms these beautiful bright green beans into a delicious and colourful dip. This dip is a great way to use up a surplus of green beans, or just a great twist on a classic hummus. Hummus is a popular Middle Eastern dip, traditionally made from cooked chickpeas, blended with tahini, lemon juice, garlic and olive oil. In the UK, we love to serve broad bean hummus as a dip with crudités or crisps, or spread on sandwiches for a healthy, vegetarian lunch. Many varieties of shop bought hummus are available, but it is so cheap and easy to make that once you've tried making you're own you'll never go back to buying pre-made. Our broad bean hummus recipe gives a twist on the classic dip. Using broad beans, also known as fava beans, makes an interesting change and creates a dip with an eye-catching colour and fresh flavour. If you want to make this ahead it will keep for a couple of days in the fridge, but is best served fresh to keep its vibrant colour.

    • 5
    (1 ratings)
  • homemade falafel

    Easy falafel recipe with broad beans

    Our easy falafel recipe with broad beans recipe is a great way to use beautiful green broad beans to put a twist on a classic vegetarian dish. We've served ours with fresh and creamy tzatziki and a carrot and cabbage slaw for a light and summery lunch. Falafel is a traditional Middle Eastern dish, typically made from blended chickpeas blended with herbs and spices, which are shaped into balls and fried or baked. These flavourful croquettes are often served alone as a snack, or as part of a mezze spread, but are now commonly enjoyed as a replacement for meat in wraps, pittas and salads. Broad beans, also known as fava beans, are a good source of protein as well as vitamins A, B1 and B2. They are really easy to grow, and our easy falafel recipe is a great way to use a surplus of broad beans to make a delightful vegetarian dish.

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • Eat Well for Less Homemade Pot Noodle

    Eat Well For Less homemade gammon noodle pot

    This Eat Well For Less homemade gammon noodle pot is a quick and easy lunch option if you're short on time. It's a super quick lunch recipe as it only takes 5 mins to prep and 10 mins to cook, so you'll have a delicious meal ready in just 15 mins! So quick and simple to put together, all you need to do come lunchtime is boil the kettle and wait a few minutes. This Eat Well For Less recipe is so simple to make that you can even make a different variation each day by adding your favourite spices to the mix. Ring the changes with your vegetables and mix and match to suit - try finely sliced sugar snap peas, mushrooms or mangetout, or sweetcorn kernels. Another way to achieve a different flavour is to add a teaspoon of curry powder or 1⁄2 teaspoon of Thai red curry paste - simple changes that will completely transform the taste of this cheap and quick dish. This Eat Well For Less recipe is also gluten-free, which is ideal if you're following a gluten-free diet or are gluten intolerant.

    • 5
    (1 ratings)

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