A perfectly cooked pork chop and a bright, fresh salad is a perfect Friday night meal for me. This recipe includes my top 3 tips for getting perfect chops.
Some of the best dishes are the simplest and it doesn’t get much yummier or simpler than a sausage sandwich. Good Lincolnshire sausages, a crusty white roll and lots of your favourite sauce is a trio of perfection.
These tasty puff pastry swirls are ideal for bringing some variety to your picnic. You can make them the night before or in the morning before you head out into the sunshine. There’s very little work to do and spreading the sauces is just fun.
This hearty salad is so good we eat it once a week during asparagus season. I love chorizo but you can use whichever sausage you like.
Based on the tinned sausages and beans this version has less salt and sugar and is more substantial. The children love rolling the meatballs for this easy kid’s tea.
Sweet and Sour Pork is an all-round family favourite. It’s easy to make this sweet and sticky sauce and the whole thing is ready in less than 20 minutes.
Italian Wedding Soup is a beautiful, hearty dish that just makes you feel good to eat. When I have time I let the kids help to make the meatballs otherwise I can get the whole lot on the table in 40 minutes.
This is a very simple dish with a huge amount of flavour. You can choose any short pasta and eat the whole thing with just a fork and a face.
Marrowfat Pea and Bacon Fritters are ridiculously good and so easy to make. They’re gluten free to boot.
On St David’s Day I’m celebrating my Welsh family with this simple and beautiful dish of Leek and Bacon Cannellini.