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This is part of a series of really easy dishes – this one takes not much longer than the rice does to cook. It’s perfect for a quick supper after work or lunch or tea with the kids.
This is part of a series of really easy dishes – this one only take as long as the pasta does to cook. They’re perfect for a quick supper after work or lunch or tea with the kids.
We didn’t eat Chicken Kiev when we were growing up – we had cordon bleu instead. They’re a lot easier than a Kiev but just as tasty. Great for kids.
Here is a very grown-up way to use sweetcorn. The salad starts life as a herb and sweetcorn pilaf. So if you like sweetcorn make the pilaf and use it as part of a hot meal – or use it in this salad.
This is Peter’s and his partner’s favourite. And we are not just saying this – it really is. He can’t get enough and even makes his own. Leo thinks it is a comforting and warming soup – perfect for a hangover!
‘Maybe it’s the wrong time of year in the UK for a BBQ… What?! No way! BBQ anytime of the year, with this awesome, easy Jerk Chicken with Rice and Peas.’
‘A twist on a Waldorf salad this super tasty meal is a simple master-class in classic flavour combinations’
‘Wow, this is probably my favourite dishes ever! Creamy, yummy risotto.”
‘Another classic family meal for the weekend at our place. Everyone getting their hands into the center of the table and making their tacos in a bespoke way is what makes this meal so enjoyable.’
‘Wagamama’s succulent Katsu Curry is actually super easy to make, and the beauty is, you can have as much curry sauce as you like!’
‘My kinda’ meal. Bread, chicken, yogurt, peas and pasta – all eaten with the hands. Seriously good food.’
‘One word, ‘moresome’… or is that two? This home cooked meal puts the McDonald’s nugget to shame and beyond. The best bit about it…’
‘The classic with a couple upgrades… There’s that WDC speciality again, proper Caesar dressing!’
“I always thought liver was just a bit odd, my Nonna used to serve it to my brothers and I as kids…”
‘Good to see Dad has stopped cooking bricks on the BBQ and put them back where they belong…’
@armani_claudia @hubbubUK @EthicalHedMag @HealthistaTV Ah reminds me of my nonna! Carrying the polenta through from… https://t.co/aoCzOlur4k