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  • thai vegetables

    Thai Vegetables

    These Thai vegetables are super quick and satisfying. They work brilliantly as a side dish but could also be served as a main. Throw in some chicken breast, sliced steak or tofu and you’re onto a crowd-pleaser. You might also like to bulk them out with some more meaty vegetables like mushrooms or aubergine cut thickly. Our Thai vegetables are flavoured with the simple yet superb pairing of garlic and oyster sauce. Don’t be afraid to mix it up a little with other classic combinations like soy, ginger and chilli. Vegetables can be exciting and these Thai vegetables are testament to that fact. If you are searching for different ways to eat veg a stir-fry is a brilliant, time-savvy option. It is also the best way to use up anything you have in the fridge, which might be heading out of date soon. Peppers, carrots, onions – you name it, you can probably stir-fry it! We have used tenderstem broccoli but you could use a normal broccoli. Simply cut it in long sections. You can roughly chop any leftover stalk, its just as delicious as the tree-looking bits.

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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.

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  • roasted vegetable lasagne

    Roasted vegetable lasagne

    A roasted vegetable lasagne is a fantastic meat-free spin on a family favourite. It is just as hearty and is bursting with flavour. If you’ve got leftover roasted veg this is a fantastic way to use it up and you get a completely new meal. Plus, if you’ve got any little ones who need convincing to eat their veg, few can resist lasagne! This roasted vegetable lasagne recipe serves four to six people, making it one of the cheapest and easiest dishes to feed the family.

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  • mushroom pie

    Mushroom pie with chestnuts and greens

    Mushroom pie with chestnuts and greens is a veggie dish that is packed with flavour. The golden shortcrust pastry crust is filled with a mixture of different mushrooms, which gives a really deep and earth flavour. The chestnuts add great texture and richness to this mushroom pie, and the greens provide extra moisture, flavour, and richness. We’ve used a loaf tin to make this mushroom pie, which makes is so easy to assemble and bake.

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  • Vegetable stew

    A vegetable stew recipe that is quick, cheap and easy to make and is an absolute family favourite. Speeded up by swapping haricot beans for canned butter beans, this meal is a winner! Serving 4 people this hearty, family-sized stew can be ready on the table in just 40 mins. A portion of this delicious stew works out at only 172 calories per serving. Serve this stew with mashed potato, homemade dumplings or bread for soaking up the delicious flavoured stock. Celery, carrot, swede and onion make a tasty combination - they are also a fantastic source of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals such as vitamin C and vitamin B6 which are essential for supporting your immune system throughout the winter months. This recipe is great for a Monday night as it uses up leftover veg from your Sunday roast dinner. Store leftovers in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 2 days. You can blitz this stew in a food processor for soup the next day for lunch.

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  • Gordon Ramsay Honey glazed carrots and parsnips

    Gordon Ramsay's honey-glazed carrots and parsnips

    Gordon Ramsay's honey-glazed carrots and parsnips recipe is one of our favourite ways to cook carrots and parsnips. Gordon Ramsay works his magic with this special side-dish: root vegetables roasted with honey, star anise, cinnamon and thyme. Serve them with your Christmas dinner or Sunday roast. This recipe serves around 8 people and will take 30 mins to make. The sweet and sticky glaze really bring out the flavour in these delicious roasted veggies. This recipe is so easy to follow - once you've mastered this recipe, you'll want to make them every Sunday afternoon. Gordon Ramsay's honey-glazed carrots and parsnips are bursting with flavour.

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  • Feta and rice stuffed peppers

    Our Feta and rice stuffed peppers recipe is so easy to make and the perfect lunch or side dish to a main dish. The stuffed peppers are juicy and flavoursome. This stuffed peppers recipe has a Greek feel to it with the feta cheese and olives. It's a really easy and tasty dinner that the whole family will love. We used pre-cooked rice for this so it was ready in just 15 minutes. This is a great way to get 3 of your 5-a-day with the roasted peppers, olives and cherry tomatoes. The feta cheese gives this a good salty flavour but you could always used Cheddar or a blue cheese for extra punch. We tried wild rice here but there's nothing to stop you from using cous-cous or even bulgar wheat.

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  • vegan buddha bowl

    Vegan Buddha bowl

    a vegan Buddha bowl is a healthy meal that is so on trend and instragrammable. Buddha bowls are typically filled with an array of colourful vegetables, plant based proteins, and healthy fats on a bed of grains, and often with a tasty but healthy dressing to tie it all together. We’ve used chunky ribbons of butternut squash, roasted vegetables, and chickpeas with a quinoa base for this healthy and filling vegan Buddha bowl recipe.

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  • Easy roast potatoes recipe

    If you're wondering how to make roast potatoes then you've come to the right place. Make easy roast potatoes every time with our classic recipe. They're perfectly crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside which is the best combination. Our method uses King Edward potatoes, shaking to fluff up the edges and roasting them in hot, sizzling oil. This recipe serves 6 people and will take around 55 mins to prepare and cook. These delicious roast potatoes are perfect for completing your roast dinner. They're really easy to make with a crisp, golden outside and a light, fluffy and warm insides. This recipe uses basic olive oil but if you want to use goose fat or drippings you could do. They go really well with roast chicken, beef, lamb or pork and are just as nice with a nice bit of grilled fish or even just veg if you don't eat meat. For an added treat, cover them in gravy when you dish them up - it's an irresistible combo! Watch our easy to follow, step-by-step video recipe to make sure you have perfect roasted potatoes every time.

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  • Cauliflower cheese

    Cauliflower cheese is the perfect side dish that goes so well with a roast as well as a stand alone dinner with a side of steamed veg. This delicious family meal will be on the table in no time! This easy cauliflower cheese recipe is a perfect and classic vegetable dish, combining cooked cauliflower florets with a rich and creamy cheese sauce. A great cauliflower cheese recipe makes the perfect accompaniment to roast or grilled meat and poultry but is also perfect served as a simple veggie supper, perhaps with a few green beans. To make this quick cauliflower cheese recipe you’ll need to use a well-flavoured mature Cheddar for the sauce and for an extra flavour boost you can add some crumbled Stilton or a little finely grated Gruyère or Parmesan cheese. When buying a cauliflower for your veggie dish choose one that has firm creamy-white florets with no blemishes or brown patches and crisp green outer leaves.

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  • Creamy carrot and parsnip soup

    This delicious creamy carrot and parsnip soup recipe is easy to make, simple and healthy too. This recipe takes around 40 mins to make and serves 4 people. It's a quick recipe that is perfect for keeping you warm in the winter months. It’s so easy that you can make it in just three simple steps. This recipe is ideal for using up leftovers from your Sunday roast dinner, so it helps you use up vegetables that perhaps you would otherwise throw in the bin and saves you money too. If you use already cooked root veg, you don't need to soften them. Just add with stock and simmer to make the soup. Because it packs so many veg, this parsnip soup recipe is great to get the kids eating more vegetables and making sure they hit their five-a-day – even the fussy eaters will want to a bowl of this parsnip soup because it looks so yummy! Why not serve with crusty bread, parsnips crisps or homemade croutons for an extra crunch? This parsnip and carrot soup is a real winter warmer and any leftovers can be stored in a Tupperware in the fridge for up to 2 days.

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  • vietnamese salad

    Vietnamese salad with prawns and rice noodles

    Our Vietnamese salad with prawns and rice noodles is a fresh and colourful dish that is delicious as well as being good for you. We’ve combined the crunchy vegetable salad with prawns in a fragrant Vietnamese marinade and a rich hoisin and peanut sauce. Vietnamese recipes may seem intimidating as they often have many ingredients, but this Vietnamese salad with prawns and rice noodles really couldn’t be more simple. Once you’ve chopped the veg and marinated the prawns, it’s just like cooking a normal week-night stir fry – but with results that are so much more special! Why not mix things up this week and make this Vietnamese salad? It’s a healthy meal that is bursting with flavour that everyone will love.

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