The first recipe in our ‘Family Fakeaway’ series is here – a delicious Chicken Pad Thai. It’s filled with canned vegetables that count towards your 5-a-day! Take a look at the recipe below to create your own Thai food using canned ingredients.
This month’s guest recipe comes from Fran at ‘franlauren.com’, a food and lifestyle blog.
This recipe for spicy black bean tacos makes enough for 12 and takes around 1 hour to prepare.
Using a variety of canned ingredients, why not try mixing up traditional Mexican enchiladas by adding hot dogs? Taking just 30 minutes to prepare and cook, it’s perfect for a week day evening.
This month’s guest recipe comes from Kaylea at ‘Will Flirt For Food’, a Nottingham based food blog.
This recipe for homemade falafel makes 3 normal sized burgers or 10 small balls to use in salads or pitta breads. Try combining it with Kaylea’s hummus recipe too for an even more delicious lunch or dinner.
Do you have turkey and other food hanging around from Christmas? This taco soup is perfect for using up left overs and makes a change from traditional festive meals.
This recipe is fantastic for using any leftover Christmas turkey! If you don’t have any turkey to spare, you can use other meats such as canned ham, or pack it full with any canned vegetables you can find in your cupboard.
Why just have steak when you can have a steak pie as well!?
One for all those pies fans out there, this is served with a quick but delicious mushroom puree. We’re a big fan!
This month’s guest recipe comes from “Savvy Dad’, Olly, a parenting and family finance blogger who loves to share money saving tips.
This recipe for a festive trifle takes inspiration from a well known TV chef, however it uses canned fruit to keep the costs down! Fruits canned in their own juices also contribute towards your 5-a-day.
Using just one pan, this recipe for Mediterranean Baked Eggs is a delicious and easy way to get canned vegetables and protein into your diet – without much washing up! Taking 20 minutes to prepare, it’s perfect for a busy evening.
This month’s guest recipe comes from Betty Kabir Oerlemans, a lifestyle blogger and dentist who uses canned food for ease after busy days at work.
This recipe for crushed salmon cous cous is easy to make and can be eaten as a light dinner, a packed lunch for work or as a side dish. Canned salmon is a great source of omega 3 fatty acids, which play a role in the prevention of heart disease.