This isn't your usual chilli con carne. Black beans and turkey mince make for a delicious twist on the classic. This hearty soup is an easy - and healthy - way to feed a crowd, and also freezes well. Top with grated Cheddar.
Cooked chicken is combined with cannellini beans, green chillies, onion and garlic in this quick and easy chilli dish.
The simple, delicious flavours of this soup will make it popular with all the family. Try it for lunch at the weekend, served with plenty of crusty bread and fresh fruit to follow.
Butternut squash, green beans and sweetcorn make a superb combination in this fast and tasty stew, based on a Native American dish. Serve with crusty bread.
Keep a can of baked beans on hand to make this easy, budget-friendly meal that the whole family will love.
After a painful (yummy, but ridiculously unhealthy) amount of experimenting with different recipes I came up with this one. I think it's pretty damn good, myself. Also, it's sooo much better if you can leave these in a fridge overnight, as this makes 'em far more fudgey (ie far more YUMMY!). They go down great at school =D
Biting into a good pulled pork sandwich is (to many Americans, anyway!) like going back to a warm summer day in one's youth! This recipe gives two ways to prepare the pork: The traditional barbecue, indirect heat method or oven. As with all true barbecue, it takes time, but it is OH so worth it
Chicken wings are marinated overnight in a spicy buttermilk mixture. Before cooking, the wings are breaded with cornflakes crumbs and then oven cooked. To finish off, they are drizzled with a spicy honey mixture. Delicious finger food but very addictive!
These are so easy and delicious. You cook the wings first, then coat them in a spicy sauce. This recipe makes enough for a party but you'll need to have plenty of napkins on hand!
These cupcakes are light, moist, fluffy and packed full of flavour. The crystallised ginger adds a delicious heat to these cakes. Enjoy them for dessert, afternoon tea or elevenses.