Thai Red Fish Curry

This curry is full of aromatic flavours and spices and zingy lime juice.

Summer Vegetable Minestrone Soup

This seasonal soup is light and refreshing. Not only is it bursting with lots of flavours, it is also a good recipe to introduce children to eating pulses.

Non-alcoholic Hot Apple Cider

Fill a flask with this and sip as you stand around your bonfire or snuggle up with a warming drink as the dark nights draw in.

Aloo Gobi

This is a classic Indian dish made with potatoes, cauliflower and a blend of spices.

Bread and Butter Pudding

Bread and Butter Pudding is a traditional family favourite which is economical to make because it uses up old bread and can be cooked in a microwave.

Spicy Potatoes and Spinach

Serve this as a main course with naan bread or chapatti or as a side dish with your main meal. This easy-to-make dish can be made as hot and spicy as you like. If you don’t want the ‘kick’, serve with a dollop of cooling plain yoghurt.

Noodle and Sweetcorn Soup

This quick, easy and tasty soup is made by using some basic store cupboard ingredients – perfect for those cold wintery days!

Pear and Cocoa Rice Pudding

Add pears and cocoa powder to the humble rice pudding to create a lovely yet healthy version of the classic French dessert: poires belle hélène (pears in chocolate sauce).

Parsnip and Apple Soup

Using ordinary eating apples for this soup will give a sharp sweetness to the earthy full flavour of the parsnips. The spices provide extra heat, which is ideal for warming you up.

Spinach, Squash and Chickpea Curry

This vegetable curry is delicious served with basmati rice. Any kind of squash can be used in this recipe – butternut squash works well. The canned chickpeas used in this recipe are pale yellow in colour but in South Asian countries red, black and brown chickpeas can be bought.

Lemony Fish and New Potato Parcels

The delicate texture of fish benefits from this fast and simple cooking method as it retains its fresh clean taste. Cooking fish in a parcel ensures the flesh stays moist and the fish cooks in its own juices. This meal is a speedy option for lunch or in the evening.

Mini Cheese and Onion Quiches

Quiche is a savoury flan which can be eaten hot or cold. Mini quiches are great picnic food or perfect for a packed lunch.

Sweet Red Pepper and Cheese Soup

This soup is easy to make and has a great flavour and colour. It is perfect to serve at events. Adding the milk gives it a lovely creamy taste.

Ham and Leek Cheesy Crumble

This tasty Ham and Leek Cheesy Crumble includes plenty of nutritious vegetables.

Kale and Barley Bites

This recipe is based on the Italian arachini – a popular snack believed to originate from Sicily. Our rustic treats are made using a pearl barley and seasonal kale risotto which is then formed into balls and shallow fried to make delicious, crispy bites.

Spinach, Mushroom and Onion Lasagne

Lasagne is a popular family favourite. This recipe uses spinach and layers of a mushroom and tomato sauce to create a tasty vegetarian version.

Rice (Plain, Egg Fried and Mushroom)

Rice has been a staple food for hundreds of years and is not only an accompaniment to many dishes but can form the basis of a wide variety of easy, quick and delicious meals. This is a fail-safe method to cook perfect fluffy rice to serve with a variety of dishes including curry, chilli or casserole.

Chicken, Leek and Mushroom Bake

This recipe only takes 30 minutes to prepare and then it bakes in the oven for 45 minutes, so you can do the washing up while it’s cooking!

Lamb and Vegetable Samosas

Samosas are an appetizer and are roughly equivalent to England’s Cornish pasty. Samosas date back to the 10th century, that’s over 1,000 years ago!

Prawn and Salmon Pie with Mash Topping

Fish pie is a traditional British dish. This recipe uses canned salmon, which is a good source of omega-3 fatty acids, and is easy because you don’t have to prepare any fresh fish. It is delicious served with either a summer salad or cooked vegetables.

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