I make these simple burgers for the kids once a week and have the whole process down to a fine art. No waste and no remembering to buy buns. They’re a firm favourite with the kids.
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.
I’ve been in love with this sandwich since the first time I saw Nigel Slater make his hot feta sandwich. The contrasting flavours and temperatures make it a delight to eat.
This elegant and delicious cod dish is ready in 15 minutes. A bit of chopping and 7 minutes in the oven and it’s ready to serve with vegetables or salsa.
If you have leftover chilli con carne then you’re in lucky because you can make Chilli Boat and Cheese Dippers. This is such a fun meal to eat and the kids love it.
A package of ready made tortellini can be transformed into this beautiful, comforting and nutritious meal in less than 20 minutes. Just make sure you’ve got stock vegetable stock to make the whole thing sing.
If you have leftover roast chicken during asparagus season then this salad is a gift. The warm chicken and asparagus are beautiful with the cool bocconcini and fresh spinach. The self making croutons add a great crunch.
My love-affair with salmon continues with this ode to Canada and its majestic fish. Baked Maple Salmon is as beautiful as it is delicious and very simple to cook.
Chilli Con Carne is a tasty, filling and nutritious family meal that can be serve with rice, taco chips or bread. This kid-friendly version makes it smoother and less spicy but still delicious.
Puttanesca is a classic pasta sauce that is ready incredibly quickly and relies on tinned and jarred ingredients. It’s incredibly good for you and once of my favourite salty dishes.