Did you know that butter beans are a low-density energy food? This means that they have a low-calorie count relative to their serving size! Add more of them to your diet to help you maintain a healthy weight. We love serving our butter bean and sweet potato pot with couscous or quinoa. Yum!
Have you always wanted to learn to make your own restaurant-style stuffed chicken breasts? We’re making it easy for you by keeping it simple and using seasonal, budget-friendly ingredients only.
Swoodles? We just can’t get enough of sweet potato noodles! If you don’t have a spiraliser at home, just use your veggie peeler to slice long strips from your sweet potatoes. And then cook them into our chicken and swoodle stir-fry, of course.
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.
It doesn’t get cosier (or tastier) than this! This cheap and cheerful curried lamb and lentil soup requires minimal ingredients, minimal time and minimal effort. All resulting in maximum flavour.
Mmmm, polenta, please! We absolutely love this starchy staple, It’s perfect for bulking up nutrient-packed winter meals such as this one. Whip out our vegetarian mushroom ragout this meat-free Monday. You won’t be sorry.
We take the humble breadcrumb-and-cheese topped baked gratin and give it an earthy autumnal twist. Turnips are really cheap and they are surprisingly delicious and add the best texture ever once cooked. We also love them in soups and stews, but this pear and turnip gratin is must for meat-free Monday this week.
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.
This is the budget-friendly, vegetarian burger meal you’ve been waiting for. We have all the good things: potato wedges, a salad full of avocado and some scrumptious lentil burgers. Dinner is served!