• Summer recipes

    50+ breakfast, lunch, snack and dinner recipes to get your summer started!

  • Spinach and mandarin salad

    A highly nutritious and diverse vegetable, spinach can be served either on its own or mixed with other ingredients to make a savoury entrée.

  • Homemade burgers

    Burgers can be a great way of getting the kids to eat meat and does not always have to mean digging out the BBQ.

  • Yoghurt sorbet

    A tasty and fresh dessert recipe that is suitable for all the family and also those who suffer from allergies or intolerances.

Pork casserole

Casserole is a family favourite, its tasty filling and easy to make. It can be frozen in individual portions making homemade meals as convenient as any fast-food!

Fish cakes

Fish cakes are a great way of getting fish into your diet and a great way of using leftovers!

Meat loaf

This fruit-packed meat loaf is a tasty variation for dinner. It's also delicious cold sliced and put in sandwiches.

Coronation chicken

Chicken is a low fat, lean meat that can be used in many dishes. This recipe incorporates it in a creamy sauce.

 

Beef tacos with chilli sauce

Although they might look like finger food, tacos make for a hearty, filling meal. Great with a side serving of Spanish rice and refried beans, these tacos can be prepared and cooked in approximately 30 minutes.

Beef goulash

Like stew, recipes for beef goulash vary. A goulash is always warming and satisfying, especially on cold winter days. This dish can be divided into batches, frozen and later defrosted for quick, healthy meals in a hurry.

Fruit flan

This fruit flan is a nice dessert to share as a treat with family and friends at a get together or meal.

Ham patties

Sick of turkey? Why not try this recipe to use up your leftover ham.

Neven Maguire's turkey, ham and potato pie

This is a great recipe for using leftovers.

Turkey and leek pie

This pie is a brilliant way to use up leftover turkey or chicken and really is very simple to prepare. You can also make individual pies in 300ml / ½ pint dishes; just decrease the cooking time to 25 to 30 minutes.

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