Whenever you are trying to save on your grocery budget, freezer finds will always be your friends. We grabbed some frozen hake portions and used them to whip up the best fish tacos ever.
Had a long week? Our sweet and sour pork comes together in a mere 25 minutes, and it’s another one of our one-pot wonders, so there will be no dishes to clean up except your pot!
The tummy warming flavours from North Africa are all you need to bring new life to a chicken dinner. Our Moroccan roast chicken is inexpensive to cook and makes for some amazing next-day leftovers.
We took some simple vegetarian ingredients and turned them into a lovely starter or, in larger portions, our dal soup makes a great cheap and cheerful family dinner. And remember that because they are small, split in half and skinned, red lentils are the quickest cooking of all pulses. However, they tend to disintegrate – this makes them great for dals and soups, less so for salads or sides.
Looking for a healthy, satisfying snack? Look no further than our pea and millet balls served with a tahini dip. We especially love them because millet is a good-for-you budget-friendly replacement for quinoa.
Looking for a mid-week meal that’s budget friendly and can be cooked in just one pot? Look no further than our comforting chicken and chorizo paella.
So we thought making French toast from frozen waffles would be a great idea, and we weren’t disappointed! We decided to go with warm savoury flavours to complement the cooling weather. You don’t even have to make these French toast waffles from the frozen ones, we included a basic waffle recipe below if you’d rather make your own.
Dinner can literally be ready in 15 minutes with this tuna and pea pasta. We used orzo, those small little pieces of pasta shaped rice because it has the most amazing texture for a dish such as this. All you have to do is throw it all together.
Get your protein fix with this incredible mid-week bake. The spicy chicken is packed with the warm flavours of chilli, paprika, cumin and cinnamon. This dish is also budget-friendly and super comforting for the cooler weather.
Beautiful squashes are coming into season soon and there’s no reason you shouldn’t use the whole veggie. A butternut salad is great for autumn and winter because it can be served slightly warm and still taste super delicious. This salad is easy to make, makes use of rich, comforting ingredients such as pear and blue cheese, and doesn’t waste a scrap of butternut.