Chopped Chicken Salad is a substantial meal full of nutrition and oh so tasty. Use the 4/20 method for the chicken so it’s juicy and soft. The lime brings everything together.
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.
A twist on a regular jacket potato is Loaded Sweet Potato Skins. These are fibre superstars filled with family favourites like cheese and bacon. A great weekday meal.
Presto Pizzas are super quick to make and such fun to build. The kids love any input to what they’re eating and enjoy their meal so much more for it.
I make Crunchy Wedges as a mega sharing snack when we’re watching the rugby on TV or playing Monopoly. They’re far too good and will be gone in a flash.
Roasting a whole head of cauliflower is easy and the results are spectacular. You can serve this as a side dish or make it the star of the show served with cous cous and hummus.
Quesadillas, pronounced ‘kay-sa-dee-ah’, means “little cheesy thing”. I don’t need a reason beyond this to love them but they also happen to be varied, delicious and easy to make.
There may be ingredients you’re throwing out that could be used to make delicious dishes. Broccoli stems fried with garlic are a great way to save the stems going to waste.
Hasselback Beetroots with Crispy Chickpeas and Roasted Garlic and Lemon Yogurt is delicious by itself or makes a brilliant side dish for roast meats or roasted salmon.