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.
Green Soup is a tasty way to use up a head of broccoli and boost your iron levels. I love soups you can load up with your favourite toppings and this one is perfect.
Tins and jars can make the most delicious pasta sauce in the same time it takes for the pasta to cook. Anchovies are a great source of omega-3 fatty acids which are necessary for heart and brain health.
Grated Potato Pancakes are one of my quick side dishes that I rely on in the week when time or patience is short.
Spinach and Strawberry Salad with Salmon is one of my favourite ways to give my iron levels a boost. The balsamic dressing has a great consistency and sweet, tangy flavour.
There is so much to love about these mixer bowls. Everyone can choose their own colourful ingredients and they’re full of nutrition. You have most of the ingredients in your cupboards and fridge.
If you have leftover roast lamb then you have a chance to make this amazing warm salad. It’s so easy to put together and so easy eat.
A simple chicken salad with a tasty dressing is a great weeknight meal. Add more flavour to the dressing with the pan juices from the chicken.
As flowers start to emerge on some of your herb plants you can use them to make your food beautiful and delicious.