Enjoy a dinner that is bursting with Thai flavours by pulling together this sharp and zingy beef salad. It's the ideal recipe for those nights where you have limited time but still crave a delicious, filling meal.
Whether you're looking for a hearty vegetarian brunch or a light dinner, these quinoa and sweet potato fritters are a star. Served with egg, salad and a drizzle of garlicky matcha mayo, it's a flavour-packed meal everyone will love.
This salad is a deliciously flavoursome childhood recipe of Nici Wickes' mum's, which is fabulous in its simplicity. The avocado is warmed by the potatoes just enough to bring up its flavour and creaminess.
Harness the power, goodness and versatility of barley for a healthy, filling salad, perfect as an accompaniment to a winter roast. And the best part is, these salads are just as delicious as they are beautiful!
This prawn, kale and chickpea tabbouleh is such a simple way to power your body with nutrients. With the benefits of burghul, kale and prawns, as well as a zing from the lemon and herbs, this dish has everything you need.
Compromise on cost, not on flavour with this budget-friendly but oh-so-tasty chicken schnitzel recipe. Pair with our zingy lemon parsley butter and crunchy cabbage slaw for a well-balanced dinner idea.
This colourful winter nourish bowl is packed with nutrients - especially thanks to all those beautiful greens. Top it with an egg and a couple of anchovies for extra protein and sprinkle with parmesan to serve!
This incredible salad is so simple to make but looks and tastes gourmet! From prosciutto-wrapped pork fillets to the divine blue cheese and caramelised pear topping, this dish is a guaranteed crowd pleaser.
This has been a long-standing favourite meal in My Food Bag’s Family and Classic Bags, and it's so delicious we're willing to bet it will become a favourite in your house too. What kid doesn’t like crumbed chicken?!
Guests will love this fruity and leafy salad with a slight lemony nut crunch. Kale and cavolo nero are easy to grow and can easily be substituted for each other – here Fiona has used a combination. Just remove the tough central stalk from the leaves before slicing or chopping finely.
This salad combines the sweetness of beetroot with the tanginess of orange, adding in a delicious crunch from walnut and the creamy tartness of labneh. Serve as a flavour explosion on the side of a main dish!