Providing you can get hold of pasta in this time of lockdown, this easy cheesy sausage pasta is a quick and simple one-pot midweek meal.
This rich and flavoursome steak and kidney pudding is full of juicy meat, swirled in a thick gravy sauce that will just melt in the mouth.
Hot dogs with spaghetti noodles cooked through them to look like spiders or caterpillars. Your kids will love them, especially on Halloween!
An all-time tex-mex classic chilli con carne recipe, low in fat and using mainly store cupboard ingredients.
Welsh rabbit or Welsh rarebit is a traditional Welsh dish made with a savoury sauce of melted cheese and various other ingredients and served hot, after being poured over slices of toasted bread or served in a chafing dish like a fondue. The names of the dish originate from 18th-century Britain.
A fabulous recipe for low-fat oven-baked fish and chips that uses one pan! This will prove to be a family favourite at the supper table and uses the whole hake in place of cod or haddock fillets, which is a more sustainable fish to use. Children will love its mild taste too.
This simple seafood starter scales up or down really well, so it’s easy to adjust if you’re cooking for friends. Serve with crusty bread for mopping up the herby, chorizo-spiked juices.
The delicate flavours of skate are given a boost with chillies and roasted cherry tomatoes and a dressing of capers, lemon juice and mustard gives a further piquant kick. So delicious and yet still on the table in under 30 minutes, perfect for knocking up a quick Friday fish supper.
A classic Portugese dog fish stew, and you don’t have to skin the dog fish first!
This classic Hungarian dish is warming and delicious. I made this for my children, and they loved it. My niece Cara when she stayed with us liked it with mashed potato and named it Goumash.