Easy Spanish Rice, also known as Mexican Rice, is a simple and delicious way to make rice more exciting and a must-have side dish at any Mexican night or Tapas dinner party. Perfect fluffy rice with smokey paprika and a hint of chilli, it is all made in one pot and has lots of uses.
If you are looking for a side dish that takes minimal effort, then baked garlic polenta fries are for you. You just put them in the oven and wait for them to get all crispy, golden brown and delicious.
Grilled cheese sandwiches hold a special place in my heart, or stomach, and I think I practically lived on them when I was a student. But this is a more grown-up breakfast version that is full of healthy fats, and ready in 5 minutes. This is The Ultimate Breakfast Grilled Cheese Sandwich!
Lamb Keema is a quick, easy and delicious lamb curry that freezes well. Just enough spice for plenty of flavour, but not too much so it is still a family friendly curry. Minced lamb that is lightly spiced and cooked with fresh tomatoes and peas for a comforting curry that makes an easy midweek meal.
Gooey and fudgey chocolate brownies that don’t require any baking. These No Bake Brownies are packed full of healthy fats, raw ingredients and sweetened with just dates, banana and a little honey. Even better is that they are stored in the freezer, making them a delicious cool treat on a hot day, and hidden out of sight as they are seriously tempting.
This Salsa Picante (Hot Salsa) is quick and easy to make and can be thrown together within minutes for an easy dip when you have guests over. A fresh tomato salsa with a real kick to it, you can use it on tacos, burritos, eggs, as a salad dressing or just dig in with some tortilla chips.
Just 15 minutes is all it takes to get this light and creamy pasta dish on the table. Bursting with zesty spring flavour, it packs a green veggie punch too with some spinach thrown in for good measure. It’s lemony, slightly cheesy, full of basil and it will hit the spot when you want some spring time comfort food.
Hummus is one of those delicious things in life that you can do so much with. Dip carrot sticks in it, put it on a burger, eat it with a spoon, or use it as the main ingredient in a sandwich. It adds such a creamy texture to a sandwich, with plenty of healthy fats. Add lots of veg and this is the Ultimate Hummus Sandwich.