Delicious fish? Tick! Healthy fats and oils? Tick! Easy and convenient? Tick! Use a humble tin of fish to create our moreish curried pilchard rotis.
This is a firm favourite with the MyKitchen team. And if like your sweet potato fries extra crispy, bake them, cool them and then fry them until they are hot.
Ostrich mince started gaining popularity as a superfood a few years ago and many people began introducing it into their diets in place of beef mince. It is incredibly lean with little of fat and you can usually find it in most local grocery stores. If it feels like a big jump for you, begin with the packs of the mixed beef and ostrich mince.
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.
Making this Middle Eastern spread is super easy and the perfect accompaniment to any vegetarian dinner. Enjoy baba ganoush with flatbreads, veggies, anything that can be dipped, spread or spooned!
If you are having guests over and want to cook them a starter that will take you no longer than 20 minutes, we guarantee that they will go wild for this spinach, cream cheese and bacon flatbread. Because cheese and bacon!
Every home cook needs this ridiculously easy classic in their repertoire. The trick to that timeless earthy flavour is to cook your onions on a very low heat, slowly. This may take some time, but it will be worth it. Make sure they get some nice dark colour, just short of burning, for a perfectly rich French onion soup.
We love making these whenever we have leftover stir-fry. Our crispy Asian dumplings are a bite-sized taste surprise that you will go back for again and again.
Make your name in the make-ahead-game with this simple and tasty recipe. Whip up a huge batch and freeze it, so that it’s ready to go when you don’t feel like making dinner. And this broccoli and cheddar soup also makes for an amazing starter for when you have people over for lunch or dinner.