• Japanese-style chicken curry

    Japanese-style chicken curry

    Pair easy, comforting curry sauce with our tender, juicy brined chicken to make a Japanese-style chicken curry – serve with white rice and Japanese pickles

  • Prawn, pepper & chickpea filo pie

    Prawn, pepper & chickpea filo pie

    Try a lighter version of a traditional pastry-topped pie, with a prawn, pepper & chickpea filling. The filo pastry also gives it an excellent crunch

  • Microwave prawn laksa noodle soup

    Microwave prawn laksa noodle soup

    Tuck into a bowl of soothing and comforting prawn laksa noodle soup. A simple dish, it takes just 15 minutes to make and is packed with flavour.

  • Cavolo nero orecchiette

    Cavolo nero orecchiette

    Enjoy this easy-to-make, quick pasta. It’s full of goodness from the iron-rich cavolo nero, which is in season over the winter

  • Scottish shortbread

    Scottish shortbread

    Make some simple Scottish shortbread squares for the biscuit tin using just four ingredients. They’re perfect enjoyed with a mid-morning cuppa

  • Brined roast chicken

    Brined roast chicken

    Prep a brine using garlic and onion powder and brine your roast chicken in advance for more flavourful, tender meat. Use leftovers in your favourite dishes

  • Turkish egg flatbreads

    Turkish egg flatbreads

    Enjoy these Turkish egg flatbreads for a quick and easy lunch or supper. Make sure you crack the eggs into hot oil to get a lovely, crispy bottom

  • Lemon clotted cream cake

    Lemon clotted cream cake

    Make a rich and delicately lemony cake as an afternoon treat. It has a lovely lemon curd swirled through to give it a sticky topping. Enjoy with ice cream

  • Spiced paneer dhal

    Spiced paneer dhal

    Omit the chilli if you prefer less heat, or if you’re making this spiced paneer dhal for kids. This is a balanced and flavourful midweek meal for the family

  • Vegetable pasta bake

    Vegetable pasta bake

    Get the maximum flavour out of all the veg in our pasta bake by pan-frying it first. You can also freeze this for up to three months to enjoy on busier days