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Slow-roast Greek-style Welsh Lamb leg with chickpeas and tomatoes

Slow-roast Greek-style Welsh Lamb leg with chickpeas and tomatoes A fantastic alternative Sunday roast, all cooked on one tray! Greek inspired flavours of garlic, lemon, oregano and mint flavour this slow-roasted lamb-leg and a rich chickpea and tomato sauce. 10 mins 25 min 450 kcal 10 mins 25 min 450 kcal SERVES 4 DIFFICULTY EASY SERVES 4 Difficulty EASY Disclosure: …

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Winter

Big warming pots of food for sharing, slow-cooker classics, and food to make you feel cosy…you can’t beat a winter-warmer!

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Autumn

WHEN THE LEAVES START TO FALL AND A CHILL CREEPS INTO THE AIR THERE’S NOTHING BETTER THAN COOKING SOME OF THOSE COSY CLASSICS. FROM HEARTY ONE-POTS TO WARMING CURRIES AND SLOW-COOKER FAVOURITES, I LOVE CREATING COMFORTING, AUTUMN DISHES!

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Spring

As the weather warms up we often start fancying lighter, fresher dishes, simple soups and easy snacks!

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Leek, prawn and chilli spaghetti

Leek, prawn and chilli spaghetti The leeks are the star of this lovely, fresh pasta dish- with the lemon, garlic and chilli flavours it’s irresistible 10 mins 15 mins 416 kcal 10 mins 15 mins 416 kcal SERVES 4 DIFFICULTY EASY SERVES 4 Difficulty EASY For a fantastic winter British vegetable that tastes delicious and is great for your health …

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Bonfire Night stew

Bonfire Night stew A super-easy slow-cooker dish perfect for chilly autumn evenings and packed with goodness 10 mins 10 hours 200 kcal 10 mins 10 hours 200 kcal SERVES 8 DIFFICULTY EASY SERVES 8 Difficulty EASY You may have seen the very popular slow-cooker campfire stew- this is a similar idea, but I wanted proper homemade baked beans instead of …

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Turkey curry

Turkey curry Perfect for your Christmas turkey leftovers- a tasty and syn-free turkey curry 10 mins 45 mins 430 kcal 10 mins 45 min 430 kcal SERVES 4 DIFFICULTY EASY SERVES 4 Difficulty EASY Turkey curry isn’t a tradition in my family, but Bridget Jones’ Diary made me want to introduce it! Luckily it’s a very easy thing to make …