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A quick and easy, budget friendly dinner for all the family – courtesy of Simply Food by Mandy. So tasty yet quick and easy to prepare. A brilliant budget meal that’s a delicious balanced family crowd pleaser. Always a winner in my house. Enjoy! Serves 4 (approximately £1.50 a portion) INGREDIENTS ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 4 onions finely chopped ⠀⠀ 4 cloves of crushed garlic ⠀⠀ Pack of good quality lean sausages ⠀⠀ 2 tins of chopped tomatoes ⠀⠀ Tablespoon of tomato purée ⠀⠀ Parmesan cheese grated METHOD ⠀⠀ Caramelise the onion in

Pretty Edible Stylist, Natalie Seldon shares this special Gyoza recipe – the filling can be adapted to whatever vegetable is in season and which lends itself to the recipe.  She explains that the most common filling is pork and cabbage but as the shape of the gyoza is the main characteristic, in theory you really can put anything you like in them. Makes about 30 olive oil 200g pork mince 25g garden peas (if frozen, blanched) 25g asparagus, roughly chopped 1 spring onion, roughly chopped 1 garlic clove 2cm ginger

Anna’s Family Kitchen shares her perfect Christmas Ham recipe… Ideal for Boxing Day (or just to have in the fridge to pick at over Christmas). We managed to devour a whole ham hock in 5 minutes when it came out of the oven!! I prefer cooking Ham Hocks to a whole Ham – their flavour is amazing yet they’re relatively cheap (about £4 each). The glaze is made from the juices of clementines (yes I’m using them in everything at the moment!) brown sugar and belazu Pomegranate Molasses. The Ham Hocks need

Delicious autumnal recipe courtesy of The Health Boost… With autumn (fall) upon us as I write, there’s an urge for more comfort foods. This apple bread is perfect for using up all the apples around at this time. It is gluten free and contains no added sugar apart from what the apples contain. Delicious served with a berry fruit compote and a dollop of nut butter. INGREDIENTS makes 1 loaf (12 slices) 6 apples grated 3 large eggs 250g oatmeal (oat flour) 50g butter (melted) 2 teaspoon baking powder 1

Turkish Six Hour Slow cooked Shoulder of Lamb recipe/blog posted by Simply Food by Mandy. ⠀ I often slow cook shoulder of lamb in my simmering oven, but although the photograph is mine, I cannot take credit for this amazing recipe. ⠀ I found it on @melizcooks and let me tell you it was fantastic! It was marinated in pomegranate molasses, vinegar, mint, lemon, honey and oregano, sat on a bed of onions, covered with foil and left in the simmering oven pretty much all day at roughly 140 degrees.

Simply Food by Mandy talks us through how to make a healthier version of Fish & Chips, perfect for Friday night dinner. I’ve made it with a Tempura batter, which is slightly lighter and wonderfully crisp. I did use beer in the batter ? but you could use sparkling water. The chips are oven baked not fried and there is no peeling or pre-cooking involved. I’ve served it with a pea, mint & edamame purée and a healthy tartare sauce using yogurt instead of mayonnaise. ⠀ ⠀ INGREDIENTS ⠀ 4 cod loins

We’re always looking for new recipes which make good use of the humble courgette, especially in August when veggie boxes are packed full of them! Thank you to The Health Boost for sharing theirs… It’s a good mixture of carbohydrates, green vegetables and fat from the avocado and dressing. This stores well in the fridge (without the avocado and dressing) and so can be taken into work for a healthy packed lunch. INGREDIENTS serves 2-3 2 courgettes (zucchini) 70g rocket (arugula) 1 avocado 700g jar of chickpeas Optional: halloumi Lemon

Another summer corker, perfect for the barbecue – thank you Simply Nutritious Delicious. The marinade combines fresh Sicilian flavours orange, chilli and oregano. Serves: 3-4 Prep: 5 minutes Cooking: 18 minutes Total: 17 minutes Difficulty: easy INGREDIENTS 400g piece swordfish cubed – we sourced ours at Sankeys Tonbridge⠀ 200g Jersey Royal potatoes, large ones halved widthways ⠀ 2 courgettes cut into 2cm disks⠀ 1 blood orange – peeled and cut into segments⠀ Leaves of your choice⠀ ⠀ For the marinade:⠀ Juice of 2 blood oranges, zest of one⠀ 1 red chilli

Thank you to Riverford for sharing this perfect BBQ recipe with us… These cigars of light spiced lamb are delicious with rice or couscous, salad and fresh, tangy tzatziki. They’re good for the barbecue season, but also easy enough for a weeknight supper. You could add finely chopped mint and parsley to the lamb, along with minced pine nuts for a bit of crunch. Ingredients for the tzatziki: ½ cucumber 1 large courgette 2 garlic cloves, crushed 400ml plain yoghurt Juice of 1 lemon, or to taste A few fresh

I enjoyed my very first falafel on a family trip to Israel as a teenager. Served very spicy with mixed salad, in a flat bread, I still remember how delicious it was. As a chickpea fan, I naturally love them and I enjoy playing around with ingredients, flavours and colours. This beetroot falafel is not just pretty, it’s quick and easy to make, healthy, packed with whole ingredients, ideal to make ahead and really filling. If you’ve never tried them, have a go! INGREDIENTS Makes 12 220g cooked/steamed beetroot, quartered

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