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The mince foundation for this recipe can be turned into bolognese, shepherds pie, lasagne or in this case chilli.
This recipe isn't as difficult as people think and is simply cooked
on the hob. Using the right kind of rice is a bit more expensive, but
gives a much creamier texture.
This is an excellent alternative Sunday roast that is quicker to
cook. You can roast almost any vegetables that your family like and
because everything is cooked in one tray there's not much washing up!
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Sausages are great in a fry up, but adding other ingredients creates a healthier meal that will keep your family full for longer.
Quick to make and you can throw in any vegetables you like, including frozen.
Cheap, quick and filling this is a family favourite. Hide whatever vegetables you like in the sauce!
This vegetarian dish has potatoes in it so no need to add rice. Compliment with naan bread if you like.
Most kids never tire of meatballs and making your own meatballs will save you money.
Frittata is a great way to use up whatever veg you have in the fridge and makes a lovely meal hot or cold. Although this recipe has peppers and peas you can use almost any kind of vegetables.