Seared fillet steaks are finished in red wine and balsamic vinegar. –
by LINDA W.
This special New Year's Eve dinner is ready in just 20 minutes. Start
with a classic
Champagne cocktail and end with incomparably easy
White chocolate pots.
Garlic, olive oil, onion, Tabasco sauce and pecorino cheese add lots of
sunny flavour. –
by Norma MacMillan
An all-in-one dish that's comforting and warming, and healthy to boot.
Made from storecupboard staples and ready in a flash, it's versatile, too
- use any pasta shape you have to hand, or try cannellini or borlotti beans.
Minced turkey makes a tasty and healthy burger. Serve these with sun-blush
tomatoes and baby greens in pitta bread. –
Please the family and help keep New Year's resolutions with tasty burgers
made from turkey mince. Add some chopped roasted red pepper or sun-dried
tomatoes to the mince mixture for colour and flavour.
A great midweek supper dish with chicken, chickpeas, vegetables and spices.
by Sarah and Annette
Almost impossible to believe, but this warming stew has less than 4g of
fat per portion. Use a mixture of chicken cuts to suit your family's tastes.
Serve with a quick side of couscous and you're sorted.
1 hr 15 min
Mince is excellent value, versatile and universally popular. It is used
here in a quick Indian-style curry. –
by Maggie Pannell
This quick curry is less than 400 calories per portion - not many takeaways
can claim that! Serve with wholemeal chapati or naan bread to keep it healthy.
Use lean lamb mince if you can, or lean beef mince will work just as well.
1 hr 30 min
A savoury vegetarian pie recipe with light and flaky filo layered with
spinach, mushrooms, Parmesan and ricotta. –
No one will miss the meat with this flavourful, warming pie. Use frozen
spinach for ease - it's just as nutritious, but less work - and brush the
filo with olive oil instead of butter for a healthier version.
2 hr 55 min
This gorgeous beef stifado recipe is a traditional Greek casserole with
beef and onions - perfect winter comfort food. Serve with lots of crusty
bread to mop up the aromatic sauce. –
by Lolly B
This traditional Greek winter stew typically calls for lean rabbit, which
can be used for equally delicious results. Serve with rice, chips or mash.
Freezer friendly winter soups