Dinner Ideas & Recipes
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Dinner Ideas & Recipes
Simple to prepare, this hearty cottage pie is sure to become a dinnertime staple. The breadcrumb topping is a yummy twist to a comforting classic.
A simple honest dish of meatballs and mushrooms simmered in a delicious sauce.
The traditional Christmas ham is a favourite, nothing is better than the balance of the sweet and tangy in our cranberry and maple glaze. Serve this ham hot or cold it'll be the centrepiece of your Christmas dinner.
If you have turkey on the menu for Christmas then you can’t go past this festive cranberry and pistachio ttuffing. Made with couscous, this is a light and easy alternative to a traditional bread stuffing. Finish your turkey with a cranberry glaze and you won’t be disappointed.
For a stress free Xmas, impress your friends and family with this tasty, easy glazed butterflied chicken. Serve with a selection of your favourite salads, and enjoy!
There’s a lot to be said for tradition – particularly traditions that taste as good as this stuffed, roasted turkey.
Pies are fabulous in winter with golden pastry hiding a delicious creamy chicken filling loaded with vegetables.
This is our modern take on a curried mayo egg salad. We love to flavour up the mayo taking its flavour to the next level with curry powder, mustard powder and lemon juice. It’s a deliciously simple tip to make this egg salad the hero this summer.
Curry in a hurry! One of India’s classic chicken dishes – made easy with Wattie’s Korma Curry Sauce. Make it special with a little banana and coconut with some poppadums on the side.
Don’t let anyone tell you that risotto’s for the experts. This one might not be authentically Italian, but it is authentically easy and delicious!
Need an idea for using the leftover turkey and ham? This quick and easy pasta dish is the answer. Serve it with a salad on the side and enjoy.
Soup enjoys a renaissance of it's own when you introduce it to a tasty Italian classic.
Smoked chicken, wholegrain mustard and crème fraiche. If you ate this in a restaurant you’d want to congratulate the chef.
If you’ve always thought Filo pastry was filed under ‘fiddly’, think again. It’s as easy as brushing thin sheets of filo with oil and layering them. File under ‘dead simple.’
This is the perfect rush hour recipe, it’s super easy and tasty. Spinach, bacon and mushrooms are a great combination in this creamy pasta dish.
There are two ways to learn how to make great Fettuccine – either from an Italian grandmother, or with Wattie’s Chunky Tomato and Roasted Garlic Pasta Sauce.
This versatile bake doubles as a light and a delicious side. The kids won't complain about eating their vegetables tonight!
A great dish for a special occasion – boned pork roast stuffed with a delicious apricot flavoured stuffing and roasted with apricot halves.
Finding it hard to get the kids to eat their vegetables? Try serving them with this sweet and sour sauce – it will definitely help, especially when the veges are served on crispy crumbed fish.
Who needs the chips? This crispy,crumbed fish dish ticks all the boxes for a delicious dinner in next to no time.