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Recipes for All Tastes and Occasions

Looking for some tasty recipe inspiration? Browse through our collection of deliciously simple recipes and discover both old and new culinary delights. Whether you’re gluten-free, vegetarian or a busy parent we have dishes for everyone.

Quick Recipes

Ready in less than 25 minutes!

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Fruity and Floral French Rosé

Pretty Gorgeous | 75 cl | 2019 | 12%

Light and Refreshing Italian Rosé

Via Nova | 75 cl | 2018 | 12% ABV

Steak Caprese and Sundried Tomato Butter

with Wedges and Salad

Tandoori Hasselback Chicken

with Turmeric Rice, Green Beans and Red Chilli Yoghurt

Chicken, Chickpea and Spinach Korma

Three Steps | Ready in 10

Caramelised Onion Sausages

with Balsamic Lentils, Charred Courgettes and Garlicky Croutons

Herby Creamy Rigatoni

with Garlicky Greens and Creme Fraiche

Refreshing and Delicate Chilean Rosé

Lanya Rose | 75 cl | 2018 | 12.5%

Hoisin Prawn and Noodle Stir Fry

with Bok Choy and Red Pepper

Prawn and Chorizo Tacos

Three Steps | Ready in 10

Creamy Bacon & Mustard Penne

with Pear & Blue Cheese Salad

Prawn and Chickpea Bulgur Salad

with Zhoug and Tomato Salsa

Yellow Cod Thai Curry with Lime Rice

Three Steps | Ready in 10

Chicken and Plum Sauce

with Mash and Garlicky Cabbage

Green Thai Prawn Stir Fry

With Bok Choy & Jasmine Rice

BBQ Glazed Hot Dog

With Onion Crumb

Vegetarian Recipes

Plant-based recipes for any occasion

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Gϋ Salted Caramel Cheesecakes

2 portions x 92g

Asian Jewelled Rice (v)

with a Coriander Drizzle

Goats Cheese Crostini

with Chick Pea Salad, Tomatoes and Zaatar

Thai Mussaman Rice

Thai Mussaman Rice with Roasted Aubergine and Chestnut Mushrooms

Aubergine Tagliatelle

with Chilli and Sun-Dried Tomatoes

Hawaiian Halloumi (v)

with Rice and Pineapple Salsa

Samphire and Spanish Rice

with Veggies and Olives

French Lentils

with Roasted Roots, Walnuts and Cheesy Croutons

Seasonal Pea Risotto

with balsamic Roasted Cherry Tomatoes and Pea Shoots

Mexican Spiced Squash (v)

with Avocado & Black Bean Salsa and Quinoa

Goat's Cheese Fattoush

Creamy Feta Pie

with Leek and Mushroom

Indonesian Curry

with Courgette, Green Beans and Star Anise Rice

Veggie Calzone

with Red Pepper and Leek

Beetroot & Feta Falafel

with Watercress Salad and Tzatziki

Spiced Bulgur Salad

with Chimichurri, Goat's Cheese and Charred Courgettes

Balanced Recipes

Nutritionist-approved, wholesome recipes to help you eat a balanced diet.

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Tandoori Hasselback Chicken

with Turmeric Rice, Green Beans and Red Chilli Yoghurt

Turmeric Roasted Cauliflower

with Lentil and Coconut Dal

Warm Indian Potato and Roasted Cauliflower

with Mango Yoghurt Dressing

Miso Aubergine and Sesame Mayo

with Jasmine Rice, Roasted Tenderstem and Pickled Onion

Caribbean Chicken Rice Bowl

with Sweetcorn and Black Beans

Butter Bean & Mushroom Stew

with Baked Ciabatta

Black Bean & Sweet Potato Stew

With Kale & Harissa

Crispy Skinned Chicken

with Butternut Squash, Feta and Rocket

Thai Veggie Curry

with Jasmine Rice

Sweet & Sour Style Chicken

with Red Pepper and Bulgur Wheat

Portobello Mushroom Fajita

Mushroom Fajita with Beans and Salsa

Roast Vegetable, Bulgur Wheat & Chicken Salad

with Yoghurt Tahini Dressing

Caribbean-Spiced Black Bean Curry

with Zesty Quinoa

Mango Chicken Wraps

with Green Pepper

Speedy Zanzibar Chicken Curry

with Steamed Basmati Rice

Sweet Potato and Parsnip Gratin

with Cavolo Nero

Get Inspired!

Tips for Hosting a Virtual Dinner Party

1. Set the date Like any dinner party, you need to set a date and time that’s going to suit you and your guests.

2. Pick your platform Google Hangouts, Zoom and Skype are popular platforms for connecting with friends and family via video call. Let your guests know which platform you’re using prior to dinner. Leaving it to the last minute could cause a ruckus at the party and end with your food going cold!

3. House / table setting You don’t always have to eat dinner at the table. Your ‘virtual dinner’ is as portable as you are. Why not shake up your dinnertime routine?

4. Make your menu simple! The best thing you can do is cook your meal before your guests arrive (virtually). Once you’ve all dialed in, you want to be able to sit back, relax and enjoy a simply delicious meal together without distractions.

5. Dinnertime entertainment Set the mood by putting together a Spotify playlist that your guests can play in the background. Take your party from good to great with a short and sweet game of trivia. To make it even more personal, tailor the questions to suit the guests you’ve invited.

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Here’s where and how to store your food safely

Top Shelves: Ready-to-eat foods such as cooked meats, fresh pasta and chilled sauces live here. These should all be covered or kept in air-tight containers to prevent contamination. Snacks and leftovers can also live up here, away from raw foods so that bacteria doesn’t transfer from the raw food to the cooked food.

Bottom Shelf: Raw meat, fish, and poultry should be stored here. This is to stop them touching or dripping onto other foods and to prevent cross-contamination. Make sure that these items are wrapped or in a covered container.

High Humidity Drawer: veggies, broccoli, carrots, cauliflower, green onions, leafy greens

Low Humidity Drawer: fruits and salads, apples, ripe avocados, grapes, peaches, pears, ripe melons, peppers

Tips for Hosting a Virtual Dinner Party

1. Set the date Like any dinner party, you need to set a date and time that’s going to suit you and your guests.

2. Pick your platform Google Hangouts, Zoom and Skype are popular platforms for connecting with friends and family via video call. Let your guests know which platform you’re using prior to dinner. Leaving it to the last minute could cause a ruckus at the party and end with your food going cold!

3. House / table setting You don’t always have to eat dinner at the table. Your ‘virtual dinner’ is as portable as you are. Why not shake up your dinnertime routine?

4. Make your menu simple! The best thing you can do is cook your meal before your guests arrive (virtually). Once you’ve all dialed in, you want to be able to sit back, relax and enjoy a simply delicious meal together without distractions.

5. Dinnertime entertainment Set the mood by putting together a Spotify playlist that your guests can play in the background. Take your party from good to great with a short and sweet game of trivia. To make it even more personal, tailor the questions to suit the guests you’ve invited.

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