Mashed swede is also known as ‘neeps, the traditional accompaniment to Haggis on Burn’s Night. But this sweet and bright side dish is delicious all year round. It’s particularly kid-friendly too.
These beautiful little breakfast cups are basically bacon and egg but with a delicious hit of iron. I make a couple for me and Paul or a trayful for house guests.
Few meals make me feels as good as Beef Noodle Soup. The Chinese aromatics are so tasty and add even more nutrition to this dish. It’s a great way to use leftover roast beef.
Traybakes are a great solution for weekday meals. This sausage and potato traybake is easy to adapt so that the kids get sausage, chips and beans and we get some veggies and quick onion gravy.
This is a dark and delicious salad. It’s bursting with iron rich salad leaves and tender steak. The pop of the pomegranate seeds adds a great texture and sweetness.
A stir-fry is such a useful mid-week dish. It’s fast and delicious and this Beef and Broccoli recipe is kid-friendly with less salt than lots of Beef and Broccoli recipes.
Wild Boar is becoming much more readily available in UK supermarkets and Food Halls. It has less fat and cholesterol than pork and tastes amazing in this slow cook ragu.
Making stock from beef bones is incredibly easy and the broth is full of nutrition. It’s a great way to boost your immune system and make sure nothing goes to waste in your kitchen.
Potato trays are an easy and nutritious weekday meal. I make a half tuna, half baked beans tray so that everyone gets their favourite toppings.
Raw Brussel Sprouts become this incredible salad with just a few dressing ingredients. I serve it with smoked salmon because they pair beautifully.