This is a great dinner that the kids can make themselves. You can add anything you want for the toppings: ham, salami, chicken, spinach, pesto, peppers, sweetcorn, basil, chillies, olives, pineapple… the options are endless! Children love personalising their own pizzas; I just lay out the ingredients and let them get creative – my only rule is that it has to contain at least one vegetable!
People are always asking for one pot recipes; recipes that are easy to prepare and can be served up at different times on those after school evenings where everyone eats at different times! I am hoping that this tasty recipe fits the criteria. We like it served with bread, but it works just as well with potatoes or rice.
Satay is my favourite Asian sauce – what woud be better than a rich, sweet and salty peanut sauce on grilled chicken? Delicious served with rice and beans (as per this recipe) or for a lighter alternative with a fresh salad (as per the photograph!)
This is my favourite fish recipe, it was inspired by an authentic recipe taught by The Cooking Academy on their Indian course. If you have any of the marinade left over it works just as well on other meats (and it keeps well in the fridge.)
An easy roast dinner that is all cooked in one tray (apart from the Yorkshire puddings). I like to serve it with a generous serving of gravy – I’m a massive fan of Jamie Oliver’s Get Ahead Gravy and use the chicken carcass from each roast to make a new batch (which I then freeze).