Slowly cooking a shoulder of lamb with some classic Greek flavours is incredibly easy. The fork-soft lamb is wonderful in wraps and tacos or serve it alongside minted potatoes and pour over the amazing roasting juices.
It’s easy to make big batches of meatballs by baking them in the oven. It’s far less messy than cooking them on the stove top.
Tinned potatoes become something earthy and filling in this dish. Potatoes, Mushrooms and Kale is quick to put together and really easy to eat. I love it with a runny fried egg.
This kid-friendly Bolognese sauce has lots of nutrition without Henry being able to spot that it has veggies in it. I make it in batches to save myself time the following weeks.
The humble frozen pea has never looked so beautiful. I adore this little vegetable and paired with feta and mint it’s delightful. I make this side dish a lot in the summer.
Tinned beans are an easy and tasty way to get great protein and fibre into your diet. Butter Beans and Spinach is packed with fibre and iron too so it’s a power dish that tastes great.
With just a simple rub and my top BBQ tips you can bring this spectacular rump steak to the table for sharing.
This easy dish is a crispy delight to eat whilst doing your body lots of good. A great alternative to a traditional Sunday dinner.
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.
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.