Just three ingredients to make an ideal after-school snack, or serve with soup for a light supper. Kids can easily assemble the quick quesadillas but should get an adult's help popping them under the grill.
This heart-warming soup is perfect for a chilly evening. It's packed full of vegetables and mixed pulses, making it an excellent source of fibre. Enjoy it with some crusty French bread to mop up the delicious liquid.
Although traditionally made with chicken, my recipe uses turkey, due to there being not much difference between the two when cooked and also because it is generally cheaper to buy. This recipe also uses a very cheap yet simple ingredient, fresh beansprouts, which really add to the texture of the dish. I also tend to make the sauce using a simple but effective Discovery packet mix which just cuts down preparation time but doesn't hinder the quality of the final dish.
An easy, yet tasty recipe that is sure to please the whole family!
This simple warm salad is full of crunchy textures, and handy to make when time is short. Serve with soured cream or Greek-style yoghurt to balance the hot chillies. 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.
My mom always made this when I was growing up. Now my family loves it and for me it's my favourite comfort food. Served with refried beans and warm flour tortillas, it is satisfying and delicious!
Chicken thighs are used in this recipe, but skinless breasts could be used instead. Be careful not to overcook, as the result could be rather dry chicken. Serve with warm flour tortillas, spicy salsa and soured cream.
These beef tacos are easy enough for mid-week, and tasty enough to please everyone! Top with guacamole for a real treat.
Pinto beans, black beans and chickpeas are simmered with sweetcorn, tomatoes and savoury spices. This recipe calls for dried beans, which will need to soak overnight. You could use tinned beans for a shortcut, if you prefer.