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This easy lasagne-style one-pan meal is made with a smoky chorizo in a mixed-bean and vegetable sauce.
Sometimes I fancy a lasagne-style dinner, but the thought of the effort and number of dishes involved puts me off.
This is recipe is what I turn to on those days!
Beautifully seasoned, tender, pan-fried salmon, nestled in a bed of creamy orzo with lemon and parmesan.
It feels like a really special dinner, yet it's quick to make and all cooked in one pan (no pre-boiling of the orzo needed).
I love to use orzo as an alternative to risotto for a dinner that cooks in far less time!
A fantastic way to pep-up store-bought gnocchi and turn it into something really special.
We're serving it with crispy chorizo, onions and peppers in a creamy-yet-spicy harissa and coconut milk sauce.
I also like to pack in fresh spinach and cherry tomatoes. A brilliant 30-minute weeknight dinner.
Tender steak strips with chow mein noodles and vegetables in a tasty stir-fry sauce.
I love this beef chow mein for a quick dinner that everyone enjoys. It's not spicy, just full of umami flavour.
You can use whatever vegetables you have to hand, and even use them to replace the meat if you're looking for a meat-free easy dinner.
Cajun spiced chicken with pasta and peppers in a tangy, creamy hot sauce.
An easy 20 minute dinner, packed with loads of flavour.
This is one of my family favourites, I must make this at least once every 2 weeks!
Seasoned pan-fried chicken breasts in a delicious creamy tarragon sauce
Quick and easy to prepare, it's a great comfort food dinner, ready in less than 30 minutes.
It works equally well for a speedy mid-week meal, or for a special weekend or date-night dinner.
This easy cod bake is a simple fish dish, bursting with flavours of coriander, lime, garlic and chilli.
It's all made in one pan and baked in the oven.
Brilliant for a quick, hands-off dinner. It works great with any chunky white fish and salmon too!
These succulent pork chops are pan-fried and finished in the oven, all served in a warming, creamy-mustard sauce.
Super-quick to cook - they're ready in about 15 minutes.
This simple recipe makes a great weekday Autumn dinner.
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