This gluten-free Vegetarian Meatloaf is just incredibly delicious. It have wonderful flavours and textures and slices beautifully. Serve with veggies and gravy or pan fry the leftovers and serve with a salad.
Add some chicken stock and leftover roast chicken to these easy-to-make dumplings and you’ve got a fantastic family meal.
Dragon Bowls are a wonderful treasure trove of diverse ingredients. Whatever ingredients you choose to go into your bowl they all get served with the amazing sauce.
The classic Egg Mayo and Cress gets a little oomph in my lunchtime staple. Spread thickly on some toasted sourdough, this is a beautiful and filling delight,
My Easy Butter Chicken has lots of flavour, no fuss and is mild enough for the kids to enjoy.
Pork chops never looked so elegant in this easy, grown-up dish. The wild rice is full of fibre and really tasty. I love sweet and salty together so the figs and feta make me very happy.
Chinese cabbage has two beautiful textures that are delicious in this easy stir-fry dish. The sauce is one of my favourites for stir-fries.
These simple fishcakes are a very kid-friendly but delicious enough for everyone to enjoy.
Mashed swede is also known as ‘neeps, the traditional accompaniment to Haggis on Burn’s Night. But this sweet and bright side dish is delicious all year round. It’s particularly kid-friendly too.
Potato trays are an easy and nutritious weekday meal. I make a half tuna, half baked beans tray so that everyone gets their favourite toppings.