Food For Thought
Taking pride in what you have created is part of the cooking process. We found out that on average Brits spend 26 seconds appreciating their recipes before tucking in. The Food for Thought recipes include an additional step to help you enjoy this satisfying moment of achievement.
Rapidwith Dukkah and Goat's Cheese Toast Rapidwith Chinese Leaf, Noodles and Peanuts with Mango Yoghurt Dressing veggiewith Honeyed Sweet Potato and Pumpkin Seed Crumb Familywith Courgette, Red Pepper and Red Onion with Roasted Carrot Freekah Salad with Sweet Potato Mash and Broccoli with Zesty Salad and Sour Cream with Honey Roasted Butternut Squash Rapidwith Courgette, Carrot and Rice with Courgette, Carrot and Minty Chilli Yoghurt with Pancetta, Basil and Garlic Ciabatta with Mash and Stir-Fried Green Beans with Green Beans, Coriander and Rice Family Friendlywith a Chestnut Mushroom Sauce