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Latest Recipes

00Hamburger PastaLove your Leftovers. 2 hamburgers, 2 portions of pasta, some peppers and half a jar of pesto. Doesn't seem like much but with a little bit of ingenuity this can be a speedy meal for 4. I used Farfalle pasta as that's what I had but you could use any pasta you have in your cupboards .You can also bulk it out with any extra vegetables you and your family likes, add some garlic bread and you have a filling meal in no time. The step by step picture guide let's you follow the recipe easily. Why not give this a try and let us know how you got on in the comments below. We love to hear your thoughts x
00Slow Cooker Chocolate Mars Bar cakeA bit of nostalgia with this recipe, as my Mum used to make this for us kids way back when we were just a little younger. Its so easy and yet so yummy and I'm sure this will soon become a family favourite for you and your children too, as it is in our house. There's chocolate, mallow,caramel and then a little more chocolate, so a little goes a long way. This would be a good recipe for the children to help with as it's a no bake- they would just have to be careful with the hot SC. Its great for lunch boxes,picnics or on its own with a cuppa, and even makes a great gift for Christmas. The white chocolate piping is totally optional - my piping bag burst so it went a bit awry but I styled it out and said it was to make it rustic looking lol -think I got away with that as it adds to the charm of being homemade. You can totally swap the branded ingredients for supermarket own brands and slash the costs.The step by step picture guide let's you follow the recipe easily and allows you to tailor it to suit you and your families tastes. Why not give this a try and let us know how you got on in the comments below. We love to hear your thoughts x
00Chicken ParmesanFull flavoured and delicious as well as being super moist this chicken dish does not disappoint. Its speedy and simple enough to do, so is perfect for a midweek dinner. Dont let the different steps put you off as it's just a Coat,Fry,Bake process thats easy to do. Once you get the hang of doing this a few times it wont take as long and definitely wont be as daunting as the first time. I've used mayonnaise to coat the chicken as A) I had no eggs and B) I really like how it keeps the chicken from being dry but you could just use eggs as it works just as well. The step by step picture guide let's you follow the recipe easily, and you can tailor it to suit you and your families tastes. I've used 4 breasts to give 8 pieces in all, but you could easily use 2 breasts to make 4 pieces and cut the costs considerably. The choice is yours.You could cut out the fry part and just bake in the oven till fully cooked, but I like the crunch that frying gives you . Why not give this a try and let us know how you got on in the comments below. We love to hear your thoughts x
00Marinated Pork ChopsI set out to make a Peking or Char Siu style Marinade for some Boneless Pork Chops I had but, as I quickly discovered, I had no Hoisin, Plum sauce or Rice wine ,so I just used what I had in the cupboard. It worked well and I was not disappointed. Full flavoured, sweet ,tangy and delicious is how I'd describe these chops. The marinade keeps them succulent and stops them from being dry and the salty soy sauce mixed with the sweet chilli sauce gives a slightly tangy sweet n sour taste. We always say do not be afraid to swap out or add in any ingredients you have to hand. This dish can easily be adjusted to you and your families tastes. The step by step picture guide makes the recipe easy to follow and will guide you through the cooking process in no time. Why not give this a try and let us know how you got on in the comments below. We love to hear your thoughts x
00Three Cheese Vegetable BakeServed on its own or as a side dish accompaniment to Steak, Sausages or Fish this dish does not disappoint. Its cheesy, delicious and very more-ish. A great way of using up all the different bits of vegetables that are laying in the bottom of the fridge or are easily picked up from the reduced counter of the supermarket. I used a bag of casserole veg as my starting point then added some sweet potato,shallots,peppers and peas to it but it's really upto you what you use. I also used a dry soup mix as my base for the sauce as I had no flour. It really is that easy to adapt this and many other recipes. The step by step picture guide allows you to follow the recipe easily and adjust it to you and your families tastes. If they don't like a certain veg or you don't have an ingredients then leave it out or substitute for what you do have. Why not give this a try and let us know how you got on in the comments below. We love to hear your thoughts x
00Chicken Chasni -ishA Fakeaway Friday Treat. Glasgow is renowned for it's love of curry and it's sweet tooth which is why we love this dish. It combines both and is so moreish. Sweet and tangy with a hint of spice... Just as a good curry should be. Normally I'd use cream but as I didn't have any I tried it with yoghurt and it worked really well.. Its speedy and versatile too as you can easily make it veggie by using Sweet Potato or Cauliflower or swap the chicken for fish or beef. The step by step picture guide let's you follow the recipe easily and allows you to tailor it suit you and your families tastes. You can layer the flavours by adding more spice or more sweetness depending on what you prefer. The choice is yours. Why not give this a try and let us know how you got on in the comments below. We love to see hear your thoughts x
00Halogen Baked Italian Chicken.Super moist and tasty this chicken dish does not disappoint. Its speedy and simple enough to do, so is perfect for a midweek dinner. Dont let the different steps put you off as it's just a Coat,Fry,Bake process thats easy to do. You could cut out the bake part and just continue frying till fully cooked or vice versa, but I like the crunch that the oven bake gives you. The step by step picture guide let's you follow the recipe easily, and you can tailor it to suit you and your families tastes. I've used 4 breasts to give 8 pieces in all, but you could easily use 2 breasts to make 4 pieces and cut the costs considerably. The choice is yours. Why not give this a try and let us know how you got on in the comments below. We love to hear your thoughts x
00Slow Cooker Coconut Rice PuddingCoconut Rice Pudding is a different take on your favourite pud. Its no less creamy or yummy than your regular rice pudding but using the store cupboard staple of long grained white rice instead of pudding rice it slashed the costs. This is sure to become a family favourite. If you can't get Coconut milk you can use a tin of coconut cream and dilute it with regular milk or just use dessicated coconut and cream. If you've never cooked rice in your slow cooker before then I urge you to try it.The step by step photo's will guide you through the recipe and once it's in your SC apart from an occasional stir, it takes care of itself. Why not give this a try and let us know how you got on in the comments below. We love to hear your thoughts x