Irish Boxty is a tremendous breakfast dish to serve with eggs. It is filling and tasty and is a great way to use up any leftover mash you might have.
Sweet potato fries are a fantastic side dish that can get a whack of fibre and vitamin C into the kids. This recipe includes tips on keeping the fries crispy, not soggy.
Marrowfat Pea and Bacon Fritters are ridiculously good and so easy to make. They’re gluten free to boot.
Cottage Pie is a British classic that cannot be beaten for comfort on a rainy night. This humble pie has been around for centuries and the love is still strong across the land.
Toad in the hole is an old fashioned favourite because it’s comforting and simple. Sausages surrounded by Yorkshire pudding covered in onion gravy is a great weeknight family meal.
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.
Taco Beef Nachos is a hearty version of my regular vegetarian nachos. It’s a great dish to serve with corn cobs and guacamole for a quick and easy weeknight meal.
Crunchy chicken is a good crowd-pleaser and this gluten free version is fuss-free. Serve with salad or veggies for a simple weeknight dinner.
Meatball Subs are a kid-friendly way to use ground beef for an easy weekday meal. It’s also an opportunity to combine maths and cooking for little ones who can help to make and count the meatballs.
Egg Rolls are so versatile. You can fill them with your favourite flavours. Quick and easy to make and kid-friendly, this has been one of my go-to dishes throughout lockdown.