Leftover chicken bones are the beginning of a delicious broth. With a few simple veggies you can make a soup that is nourishing and tasty.
This is my most basic roast chicken dinner which requires little effort, money and skills. Knowing how to roast a chicken gives you the chance to make lots of cheap meals from the leftovers. No fuss just good, tasty food.
Eggs are great at any time of day and this hash is easy to make, packed with mental health boosting nutrition and can be spiced up in a jiffy.
Sausage Casserole is a one-pot family staple that’s full of fibre, 3 B-vitamins and protein which all help our mental and physical brain health. Simple to make with affordable ingredients.
Knowing how to make a great cheese on toast gives you the base to create fantastic hot sandwiches. Perfect by itself or poured over your favourite filling, this is a quick and delicious cheese topping.
A simple pasta sauce is great by itself and is a great base to add other flavours to. This straightforward sauce is ready in less than 15 minutes.
A jacket potato is a nutritional gem that helps maintain your physical and mental health. In uncertain times this familiar comfort food is a must.
As the UK goes into lockdown again many families are financially and emotionally feeling the strain. This week I am doing a series of inexpensive meals that require little cooking experience. The dishes have physical and mental benefits to care for you in these difficult times.
When cooking apples are plentiful (and free from my Dad’s trees) I make this dessert that is a crumble with more bite! Canadian flavours smothered in British custard makes me happy.
This kid-friendly recipe is easy and fast to make. Just 15 minutes of cooking and you have handmade meatballs and a simple sauce using store cupboard ingredients.