My No Bits Bolognese sauce is another way I sneak veggies into Henry’s diet. I make a batch once a month then defrost a portion each week for the kids.
Cooking bacon in the oven is the easiest way to make a big batch with least effort. The clean up is easier too.
Pork chops never looked so elegant in this easy, grown-up dish. The wild rice is full of fibre and really tasty. I love sweet and salty together so the figs and feta make me very happy.
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.
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.
You still need lunch through the Christmas holidays so why not spread some of that cranberry sauce on a classic bacon and brie sandwich?
Making this beautiful rolled pork loin is straightforward and rather fun! It’s delicious with veggies and gravy then it slices easily when cold to put in sandwiches.
This sweet and spicy one pot dish is a fabulous weeknight meal. It’s easy to make, full of nutrition and only needs a fork to eat.
These salty and tender parcels are a beautiful side dish for special occasions. You can assemble them beforehand then roast them for 10 minutes when you’re ready.
I have lots of meatballs recipes because the kids love them and hoover them up very happily. These easy to make meatballs and simple tomato sauce are great with rice.