Ready in 15 minutes, this tasty stir-fry is packed with vegetables and only contains 239 calories.
A modern twist on Christmas dinner, the sweetness of the cherries complements the rich duck. Serve the remaining cherries and syrup with pancakes and ice cream. Canned cherries are convenient to use, as they have a long-shelf life and are ready to use when opened.
20 minutes to prepare and cook. Serves 4.
A healthy way to make the most of leftover turkey, which is delicious served with crusty bread. Using canned lentils means that you don’t need to soak them overnight – and they have a long shelf life too.
You can replace the green beans with frozen peas. For an even healthier dish, replace tuna with canned oily fish such as salmon, sardines or mackerel, which contain Omega-3 fatty acids. Use sustainable canned fish when possible. Serves 2-3. Preparation 10 minutes. Cooking time 20 minutes.
This recipe was submitted by Laura; “I like traditional cooking, but I’m not a slave to detail. Using canned ingredients is really convenient and the results are always good.”
Try adding a handful of shredded baby spinach leaves with the chilli flakes. Canned crab is great value for money and needs no preparation in advance of being cooked. Serves 2. To prepare and cook 10 minutes.
A real hearty winter treat. Either make the meatballs by hand, or just buy them from the supermarket for a quick and easy meal. You can buy canned potatoes that contain no salt or sugar.
A tasty stir-fry thats quick to prepare and cook, a great way to liven up mid-week meals.