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  • Quick-Fire Lasagne

    This is one of our all-time favourite Food in a Minute recipes, so here it is again to remind you how good it really is!

  • Quick and Easy Nachos

    Try this for an easy meal that will be on the table in 15 minutes. See our tip below on making a salsa to go with it and you have a new twist on an old favourite.

  • Potato and Corned Beef Wedge

    A tasty and easy to prepare roulade that is delicious served with your favourite tomato chutney and salad.

  • Pasta One Pan Dinner

    Our motto: the less mess the better. This great meal comes together in one pan with the pasta cooking in the sauce. Couldn’t be easier.

  • One Dish Cannelloni

    Usually making cannelloni uses about 3 pots and lots of rich cheese sauce, but we've made this simpler and healthier − so go easy on the cheese and add a nice winter salad. Tasty AND a Healthy Pick recipe.

  • One Pan Bolognese

    After you’ve cooked the meal, who wants to face a stack of washing up? This one-pan meal makes cleaning up easy.

  • Nifty Nachos

    A tasty Mexican favourite made easy with Craig's Spicy Mexican Beans and Hellaby's Corned Beef.

  • Moroccan-Style Beef ‘N’ Beans

    All the way from North Africa comes a meaty meal to really sink your teeth into. Lean beef mince, mild chilli beans and traditional seasonings topped with a delicious, crispy crumb topping.

  • Mince and Cheese Pom Pom Pie

    We just can’t get enough of Potato Pom Poms! Mix things up with a Kiwi favourite − mince and cheese pie − and we have a winner!

  • Mexican Tortilla Wraps

    Tortillas are an all-time family favourite down Mexico way, and they're fast becoming just as popular around Kiwi tables. Tender beef schnitzel strips, a zingy, hot Mexican sauce, and the smooth, fresh flavours of a classic guacamole make this a quick and easy winner for dinner!

  • Mexican-Style Chilli Con Carne

    Cinnamon and cocoa may seem unusual in a chilli, but these are our secret ingredients that make this recipe really special.

  • Mexican Beef and Crispy Roasters

    Fancy a few crispy roast vegetables tonight? This recipe teams roast vegetables seasoned with garlic and rosemary with Mexican beef garnished with grated cheese and sour cream. Delicious!

  • Mexican Bean and Tomato Bake

    A favourite Mexican-style meal of beef, beans and tortillas that is easy to prepare and even more fun to eat.

  • Mexicali Lasagne

    Take your favourite cuisines, mix them up a bit and WOW! It tastes fantastic! If you like it hotter, substitute the Wattie’s Chilli Beans Mild for Wattie’s Chilli Beans Hot.

  • Lea and Perrins Ginger Stir-Fry

    Add some traditional tang to your next stir-fry with a dash of Lea & Perrins. The unmistakeable taste of Worcestershire Sauce will surprise and delight with every bite.

  • Japanese-Style Stir-Fried Beef

    Take a turn towards the Japanese with this never-fail stir-fry favourite. Mixing lean rump steak with traditional seasonings on a bed of soft udon noodles, it’s a winner whether you’re whipping it for yourself or the family.

  • Honey Beef Burgers

    “Honey, these burgers are divine!” Seasoned with the flavours of honey and soy, they’ve got what it takes. Expect compliments to the chef.

  • Herbed Porcupines

    If we called them meatballs, they wouldn’t be so much fun! Kids love them, but that’s no reason why adults shouldn’t eat them too.

  • Hearty Mince Cottage Pie

    The humble pie gets an exotic makeover with the addition of some mild Indian spices.

  • Hearty Beef Casserole with Beer

    Yes, beer! And no, it’s not because we accidentally dropped some into the casserole and discovered it tasted good. It’s an old English tradition – ideal for people who like to eat their beer as well as drink it.