Curried mince – it’s packed with Indian spices but is eaten a bit like nachos! I’ve swapped some of the mince for lentils and there are plenty of veggies to provide a nutrient boost.
Sausage rolls for dinner – how good! These filo pastry sausage rolls are deliciously moreish, as is the salad (a very loose take on Caesar salad!).
This creamy lamb saagwala is a lightly spiced curry that’s a great way to eat your greens – it tastes better than it looks! It’s lower in carbs too, thanks to the addition of cauliflower rice. Naan bread optional!
These crunchy crumbed fish bites are flavoured with lemon pepper and served with crispy roast potatoes. A fresh salad with creamy dressing is the perfect accompaniment.
This meal is a great mixture of textures and flavours! Moroccan lamb sits atop chargrilled zucchini and a bulghur wheat and spinach salad. Finish with feta, yoghurt and crunchy homemade dukkah.
This easy smoked fish salad makes a great summer’s lunch or dinner. Throw it together in just 20 minutes. Cooked chicken is a nice alternative if you don’t like fish.
Balsamic pulled chicken is a great alternative to pulled pork – it’s faster, easier and just as tasty! These rolls are delicious for both lunch and dinner (the leftover chicken keeps really well).
These veggie-packed falafel bowls are full of goodness (and flavour). I use the term falafel loosely – these ones are loaded up with greens and oven baked rather than fried.
A quick and easy meal that’s perfect for both weeknight eating and entertaining – this Greek lamb tart ticks all the boxes.