Everyone has their favourite spag bol recipe, whether it be from a jar or made from scratch. This quick and simple recipe does not disappoint, its packed full of flavour and is a real winner for when you need dinner done in a hurry. The beauty of this recipe is each portion contains 4 of your 5 a day! Yes, you read it right – in just one meal you can
The thought of walking through the front door after a hard day’s work or training, smelling what can only be described as the inside of your granny’s house (if of course, she was Hungarian) is enough to banish away even the Mondayest of Mondays. Sometimes we all need a bit of comfort in our lives, and this no-fuss goulash will give you that feel good factor without expanding the waistline.
This is another recipe that is perfect for making after the chaos of Christmas, in that lull between Christmas and New Year when there are turkey leftovers everywhere and you still feel stuffed after that epic Christmas dinner. Make this mango salsa and leftover turkey salad for lunch and feel positively angelic after all that excess. This recipe was created by nutritionist Lily Soutter in collaboration with charity Bowel &
There are bound to be some leftovers from your Christmas dinner – ideal for making these lovely, tummy friendly hash browns. You can use meat, roast potatoes and vegetable leftovers when making this quick and easy meal, and combine it with a fried egg and you have a great brunch, plus you can keep that Christmas spirit going long after the last present has been opened. Plus as a bonus,
I’m a big fan of turkey (aren’t we all at this time of year?) and love a leftover turkey sandwich as much as the next person, but when you finally come out of your Quality Street-induced haze, you’re going to long for something light and healthy and here it is – the perfect thing to make for a quick lunch. This recipe was created by nutritionist Lily Soutter in collaboration