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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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Couscous salad offers a fresher, healthier option for this traditional takeaway meal.
Lamb Rogan Josh with naan bread is a very filling meal but it's a good idea to keep an eye on the portion size!
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!
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.
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!
This dish has a good balance of proteins and not a lot of fat. I'm also delighted to see green vegetables included in the dish as they are essential to every day health.
This one-pot dinner is so simple and easily made with just a few items from your cupboard. Cool before refrigerating and this dish is perfect to have for lunch the next day.
This recipe is a quick and easy one, which is great when you’ve had a busy day and want something fast and tasty for dinner!
With just a few cupboard items you can treat yourself to your favourite curry in the time it takes to order and wait for one to be delivered! Great for using leftover chicken.
This dish would also work well with a meat like lean lamb. Add some extra fibre and vitamins by using brown rice or take the edge off the curry with some dried fruit like apricots or prunes.
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