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4200 reviews
 
6hr20min

A hearty, savoury slow cooker beef stew with potatoes, carrots and celery. You won't be slow to say 'yum'!

Recipe by: BUCHKO

 
257 reviews
 
40min

Use good quality sausages, any flavour you like! Cook them in Yorkshire pudding batter to make this traditional dish that children love. Don't forget the gravy!

Recipe by: stablespy

 
3651 reviews
 
35min

Banana muffins make a healthy snack for children after school. They are so easy to make and freeze well too. So, make these instead of throwing away those brown bananas!

Recipe by: Abi

 
2699 reviews
 
2hr20min

A basic beef stew with vegetables that cooks to perfection every time. You'll find yourself going to this recipe time and again. Feel free to add a splash of red wine, or replace some of the water with a good strong ale.

Recipe by: Paula

 
90 reviews
 
45min

Very easy to make, and very delicious. Good for lunchboxes too.

Recipe by: MISSRUSSELL18

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6 reviews
 
1hr

When I make this leek quiche for guests, I always bake two - one with and one without ham for the vegetarians. Both versions are equally delicious, and a lovely way to enjoy leeks. Use ready-made pastry for a shortcut if desired!

Recipe by: elisabeth

 
5 reviews
 
35min

An easy midweek supper, this chicken stir fry is as delicious as it is colourful! Serve with rice for a complete meal, or fried rice for a treat. Add crushed red chilli to the mix if you want something sweet and spicy!

Recipe by: Natasha

 
228 reviews
 
45min

This is for all of you who want the flavour of Chinese fried rice but no rice. Enjoy this cauliflower fried 'rice' packed with pork fillet, spring onions, peas and garlic. You can aso try it with chicken or lots of other veggies.

Recipe by: John Melinte