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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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Fish cakes are a great way of getting fish into your diet and a great way of using leftovers!
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!
This fruit-packed meat loaf is a tasty variation for dinner. It's also delicious cold sliced and put in sandwiches.
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.
Chicken is a low fat, lean meat that can be used in many dishes. This recipe incorporates it in a creamy 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 cooked and prepared in approximately 30 minutes.
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.
Homemade biscuits smell and taste wonderful and are better value than bought biscuits. Spoil yourself and your family this Christmas with this delicious recipe.
Sick of turkey? Why not try this recipe to use up your leftover ham.
These pies are a brilliant way to use up leftover turkey or chicken and really are very simple to prepare.
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