I absolutely love quiche... I added dried thyme to the pastry and loads
of fresh tomatoes, lots of herbs and some Cheddar and Parmesan cheese to
the filling. –
Use a shop-bought pastry case instead to make this gorgeous vegetarian
quiche in well under an hour. Leftovers are perfect for the next day's
It doesn't get much easier. Fresh steamed asparagus or green beans go
well with this. –
Serve this healthy salmon with
roasted in-season asparagus. A mixture of fresh dill and mint would change up the sauce nicely.
This spicy chicken and vegetable stir-fry takes less than 30 minutes to
make - perfect for a midweek supper.–
Quick to make and with just the right amount of spice, this dish is infinitely
versatile. Serve over rice or noodles, or wrap in flour tortillas. Take
the advice of one reviewer and add a little soured cream or cream cheese
for a bit of creaminess to complement the heat.
A simple saute of prawns with loads of parsley and garlic for flavour,
finished with lemon juice and white wine. Lovely served over pasta or simply
with grilled crusty bread. Enjoy! –
Serve these quick cooking and tasty prawns with almost anything - they
make a great pasta sauce with any pasta shape, or serve over rice. Or,
simply enjoy them on their own with a side of green veg or salad and some
A moist and juicy beef burger is topped with piquant blue cheese and your
favourite onion chutney. This easy recipe is great for entertaining, as
no one can resist it! –
Treat the family to these homemade burgers, perfect served with oven-baked
chips and a crisp rocket salad. If the little ones don't like blue cheese,
make theirs with Cheddar instead. They can be barbecued or pan fried.
1 hr 15 min
Since I am Greek, I have learnt many good Greek recipes over the years!
This is one of my favourites. It's a savoury combination of lamb, rice
and feta stuffed into green peppers and smothered in tomato sauce. –
Choose any colour of peppers for this dish, or mix it up with a combination.
Kids might like the sweetness of red and yellow peppers a little more than
the flavour of green peppers.
Mouthwatering rib eye fillet steak cooked to your liking in a rich red
wine and mushroom sauce. Serve with fries and salad or vegetable. You can
use any cut of steak you prefer, but I find rib eye works extremely well.
With the weather getting nicer, spend less time in the kitchen with these
quick but flavourful steaks. This recipe is for two but is easily doubled
to feed the family. With all the time you save by making this dish, go
all out for dessert. Try this
no-bake chocolate cheesecake or a lighter
Healthy snacks for kids