This main dish has a rich, smoky flavour and tastes great with lemon-scented rice. This dish makes up one part of of a Tex-Mex vegetarian buffet and is ideal for serving alongside green rice, salsa cruda, stir-fried vegetables, rich roast onions, and coriander and cabbage slaw (all of which can be found on this site).
A steaming bowl of chilli is perfect for a cold winter day. Try serving with slices of warm cornbread for a complete meal.
Suitably crunchy homemade fried onion rings. They take a bit of preparation but are certainly worth it.
Very 1970's inspired, however incredibly easy and tasty salad of carrot, onion, tomato, parsley, lemon and olive oil. Perfect partnering to grilled or BBQ food with fries.
Easy to make macaroni cheese, ready in about 1 hour. Mustard and lemon juice add a little kick, too.
Black bean chilli over rice, with tortillas. Some chopped Cheddar cheese on the table is also nice to put in the wraps, as it melts from the heat of the chilli and adds a great flavour! Don't forget the tequila too!
A delightful potato salad, served cold, that will be the hit of any lunchtime meal. The difference here is that the potatoes are cooked in brine.
This polenta pancake has its roots in Native American cuisine, and has been called loads of names over the years - hoecakes, Shawnee cakes and ashcakes, just to name a few. Serve hot with honey and butter for a unique breakfast treat.
These are probably our tastiest citrus muffins to date. We finished testing and tweaking the recipe this morning, so it's hot off the press too! They make a brilliant everyday treat with your morning cuppa, but why not smother them in Orange Blossom Icing (check our other recipes) and give them away as a yummy gift?
We're very big on breakfasts in the Things at Home office. This weekend, we knocked up these quick, tasty (if a bit naughty) breakfast muffins and we just had to share the recipe! They're brilliant if you have to rustle up a last minute morning treat for house guests. If you prefer an even sweeter breakfast hit, check out our Five Minute Chocolate Breakfast Muffins instead!
Made simply from butternut squash, warmed with a hint of fresh chilli and garlic. A warming and healthy soup which can be enjoyed as a light lunch or a hearty dinner.
A healthy, bright salad. Use light mayonnaise to save on fat and calories.
This blend is great for seasoning rice, meats, soups and stews, or anything that benefits from a spicy Cajun flavour. It would also make a great gift when placed in a decorative jar with a good recipe attached.
Tempt children to enjoy vegetables with this easy leave-to-cook dish of vegetables and baked beans spiced up with barbecue sauce and with a top layer of melting smoked cheese and sliced potatoes. Delicious!
Make a batch of these moreish nachos, loaded with tomato salsa and grated cheese, to get everyone munching. They're fun to make and ready to eat in minutes.
These healthy wraps flavoured with goat's cheese, rocket and dill spread make great light lunches, portable feasts and super-quick suppers. They will keep for a week or two, and can also be frozen.
This is a fun and easy family meal as people can assemble their own burritos with their favourite ingredients.
This delicious and very naughty orange icing makes the perfect topping for rich chocolate cakes and muffins, and adds a decadent finish to wholesome fruit muffins. Why not try it with our Crackle Topped Orange Muffins?
Submitted by Jessica on the .com site: Red and black beans join barley, rice, peppers, and green onions in this robust salad, dressed with a fiery vinegar and oil dressing. Makes a great side dish for ribs or grilled steak.
Healthy savoury muffin that tastes great. Wholemeal flour and oats add nuttiness and flavour, and a pinch of chilli powder adds a bite.