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Get a taste of Italy with this recipe.
It makes a great snack or starter.
This is a hearty and warming soup that is very easy to make – even if you have never cooked before.
French toast can be served with all sorts of fruit and nuts so don't be afraid to experiment around with your toppings.
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Kung Po Beef is a great dish to try at home, as you can be sure that all the ingredients are fresh and you have more control over the spices and salt levels in the dish.
You might look at the remnants of your Christmas dinner and wonder what you can do with all this leftover food! This is a lovely recipe to use up leftover vegetables.
It's not too difficult to reproduce chicken korma at home and you'll enjoy the taste advantage that fresh cooking brings to the table!
Try something different this Christmas with this delicious and light starter.
As well as being great fun to make, these Halloween milkshakes are a ghoulish way to boost your children’s dairy and fruit intake!
Casseroles are great if you’re eating on a budget. This dish can be frozen in portions for those days you're in a rush and don't have time to cook.
Casseroles are easy and versatile dinner recipes. They can be easily prepared before dinner time and leftovers can be frozen for another day. Beef is packed full of iron; an essential mineral needed for red blood cells and prevention of anaemia.
Ideally you should use Arborio risotto rice for this recipe – and you can find it in most shops – but brown rice will do the trick and will actually give this dish a nice crunch.
Salmon is a quick-cook food and it is rich in healthy omega-3 fats and vitamin D. The perfect food for a healthy brain, nervous system and to help protect against heart disease
Salmon is a quick-cook food, rich in healthy omega-3 fats and vitamin D. The perfect food for a healthy brain and nerves, to help protect against heart disease.
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