A twist on the classic Sunday dinner, our recipe makes the most of big punchy flavours to make a roast with a difference. Top tip – the little roast potatoes are so moreish you may need to make double!
This month’s guest recipe comes from Ruth Cartwright, lifestyle blogger, designer and food technology teacher. This hearty vegetarian sausage and mustard bean bake is the perfect dinner option, and is also gluten free!
Starter – Crispy fried artichokes with crispy broad bean shells and a broad bean yoghurt dressing
We’ve teamed up with Masterchef 2016 finalists, Billy & Jack, to create the perfect canned food dinner party menu. Over the next few weeks, Billy & Jack will share their tasty recipes for a slap-up, three-course feast as part of our virtual #CannedFoodDinnerParty masterclass. We kick off with their summery starter – crispy fried artichokes with crispy broad bean shells and a broad bean yoghurt dressing.
“A taste of Italian Summer! Our crispy artichokes and fresh broad bean and yoghurt dressing are a perfect match. Great for a hot day, or even a cold day when you need some summer vibes!” – Billy & Jack
A refreshing spring dish that uses tinned salmon, canned green beans, creamed cheese and puff pastry. Perfect for April picnics!
This month’s guest recipe comes from Nicola Jones, Systems and Communications Manager at Tata Steel.
This cupboard staple makes a great healthy lunch alternative, at under 300 calories a portion. It is also super quick and easy to make!
With spring on it’s way, make this super-easy, healthy and delicious salad using seasonal spring ingredients.
Fancy treating yourself to a delicious cherry dessert this February? Valentine’s Day this month also provides the perfect opportunity to surprise your loved one with a homemade dessert which is super tasty whilst being quick and easy to make!
This month’s guest recipe comes from Stephanie Cvetkovic, Content Editor at Expert Home Tips.
“Tuna is a highly nutritious food source that, with a little imagination, can taste pretty amazing. I took inspiration from my love of classic Asian flavours to whip up this tasty, high-protein meal, perfect for lunch. It’s an energising midday meal, wholesome enough to keep you going and light enough to prevent that sluggish feeling. If you do want to bulk it out, however, a side of rice noodles or wholegrain rice would be a complimentary addition.
“The recipe involves only basic ingredients, many of which you’ll already have hiding in your food cupboard, so there really is no excuse for not giving this one a go!”
This month’s guest recipe, Serradura, comes from Jess Friend at The Weekend Tourist who takes inspiration from a recent trip to Portugal and uses that store cupboard standby – a can of condensed milk.
“Serradura is a Portuguese dessert which I discovered on my recent trip Lisbon; it roughly translates to ‘sawdust’ in English, alluding to the look of the crushed biscuit layers. The traditional recipes use Marie Tea biscuits, but here I tried it with an amoretti twist, but you really could use any biscuit in the cupboard. It’s a great dessert that can be prepped in just a few minutes and chilled before a dinner party.”
With Christmas just around the corner why not treat yourself to this delicious dessert? These spiced plums on toasted brioche make a great festive treat.