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Baked potatoes are versatile and you can add your own favourite filling.
This is a tasty alternative to sandwiches for lunch. Baked potatoes are versatile and you can add your own favourite filling.
This soup is a great way to add vegetables to your kid’s diet and because it’s got potatoes and pasta in it, it’s as filling as most dinners.
This is a great recipe for using up leftover turkey and vegetables.
Couscous salad offers a fresher, healthier option for this traditional takeaway meal.
Omelettes can make a quick and filling meal, they are very healthy, especially if you take care to include lots of vegetables. Why not try this variation on the traditional omelette?
A tasty accompaniment to a roast dinner.
This fish pie is a great way to get fish into your diet and experts recommend that we eat 2 portions of fish a week.
Family meal times can be hard to juggle, especially if you have fussy eaters. This recipe is great for all the family!
Fish cakes are a great way of getting fish into your diet and a great way of using leftovers!
Many cuts of pork are as lean or leaner than chicken. This meal is also very quick and easy to prepare.
Making your own chunky chips is a great way to reduce the fat and oil found in fried alternatives
Warm and filling, a wonderful family dinner for those cold winter days.
Fish is one of the best foods available and we just don't eat enough of it. We wouldn't recommend anyone eat fish and chips every day of the week, but they are certainly a tasty treat!
Lamb is often overlooked but it is a delicious meat, packed full of flavour, for a similar price to beef. Slow cooking really tenderises the meat and spreads the flavour throughout the dish.
These potatoes are a tasty accompaniment to a wide range of dishes.
A tasty variation on the traditional summer burger, this filling family dish will also appeal to vegetarians. Cooked potatoes are required in advance for this recipe.
Chicken is a wonderful, low fat food – especially when you eat it without the skin.
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