This pudding has got to go down as one of the tastiest things you can make in a skillet. Apples and raisins are paired with the subtle spices of cinnamon, ginger and nutmeg, making a warming dessert for two that can be whipped up in no time.
If we told you this was the best pasta dinner ever, we may be exaggerating, but only a little bit. The homemade walnut pesto adds beautiful flavour to the dish, but the fried courgettes are the true hero!
You'd be hard pressed to find a homemade meatballs recipe that's quicker or easier to make than this one! Pinch the ground meat out of sausages to create meatballs that taste just as good as if you'd made them from scratch.
These oven-baked breakfasts are one of the easiest and tastiest ways to begin your morning - simply soak your oats, stir in banana, chocolate and milk, then let them bake! A dollop of yoghurt and honey seals the deal.
This gently spiced porridge is just what you need to warm your insides on a cold winter morning. Top with sliced banana, fruit, yoghurt and chia seeds for a nutrition-packed bowl, then drizzle with our tasty maple nut butter.
Vegetarian pho lovers can eat their heart out with this tantalising recipe, which is packed with vegetables and tofu. Ginger and star anise lend their unique flavours to this variation of the Vietnamese noodle soup.
This sharp, zingy pho is a wonderfully warming meal. With juicy strips of chicken, freshly wilted bok choy and the flavourful goodness of lime, coriander and chilli, a bowl of this noodle soup is an explosion of taste.
Overflowing with cabbage, mushrooms and red onion, this beef and hoisin pho is a sense-tingling variation of the traditional Vietnamese noodle soup. Serve with generous toppings of coriander, crispy shallots and chilli flakes!
Who doesn’t love a winter pudding to warm up with on a cold night? Cooking for one doesn’t need to be hard either - this mug mud cake pudding is scaled down to suit you, fitting perfectly into one large or two smaller mugs.
Don't exhaust your brain by trying to half, third or quarter recipes when cooking alone, just use one of these simple ideas for one or two! Ideal for small households, these dishes will make life oh-so-easy.
I very clearly remember the little restaurant in Venice where I first ate “pesce in saor” or marinated fish. I immediately fell in love with the sweet and sour combination of this dish. Served at room temperature, the fish, often sardines, are first pan-fried, then bathed in olive oil with sweet, cooked onions, raisins and pine nuts along with the vinegar which adds a note of sharpness.