A dish that nobody at home can complain about (unless they are vegetarian). Delicious tomato sauce combined with tasty bacon, all baked with melted cheese on top.
This is the perfect choice when you fancy a change from meat, and it will appeal to the whole family. For a well-balanced meal, start with a root vegetable soup, and serve the loaf with a mixed salad and crusty bread.
This is a super quick vegetarian pasta dish. Gorgonzola cheese makes for a great pasta sauce and pairs very well with spinach.
A recipe that my mum called macaroni cheese which seems a lot different than the norm and has a lot more flavour. Eating it cold is also very nice.
This buckwheat pasta dish originated in the Valtellina valley in the Lombardy region of Italy. Robust and hearty, the pasta is cooked with cubes of potato and slices of chard, then baked with an abundance of local cheeses and butter to make a deliciously creamy, unique pasta dish. If you cannot get your hands on Casera or Bitto cheese, you can use Fontina, Montasio, Raclette or Gouda.
Introduce vegetables to old favourites for up-to-the-minute healthy family meals. This well-loved pasta dish is delicious with mushrooms, peas and peppers added. Using a small amount of powerful Roquefort cheese ensures that the sauce is creamy and full flavoured, but not too high in fat.
This version of an all-time favourite makes use of lower-fat dairy products and dry-cured ham instead of bacon to make a healthier dish with no compromise on flavour. To complete the meal, a salad suggestion is included as part of the recipe, but you can always make your favourite leafy accompaniment if you prefer.
This is an attractive recipe to serve as a main dish, and it is equally good served as a first course, when it will provide 8 portions. Serve a fresh, crisp green salad as an accompaniment, taking advantage of the wide range of leaves and green vegetables that can be eaten raw.
This seven-layer salad takes some inspiration from the salads they sell at Boots or M&S (pasta shells and julienned carrots) and some inspiration from my gran (curry powder and brown sugar). This makes a really refreshing, flavourful salad that I simply love and that my friends request at barbecues!
The classic combination of feta cheese, spinach and pine nuts is used in this recipe. The filling is used in fresh pasta to make ravioli. Serve with an olive oil, fresh parsley and garlic dressing.