Recipes by Di Swann
This tasty pasta and vegetable dish makes a great light meal or side dish.
Hoki is a versatile and delicious fish. Here, it sits centre stage while those three renowned performers, lemon, tomato and basil, add their distinctive tastes to a rustic Italian base of garlic pasta. Bellissimo!
What could be more summery than a fresh approach to a favourite salad? With smoked chicken, your choice of bow or penne pasta, spring onions, celery, herbs and grapes; this cool creamy combo is topped off with a sweet, low fat honey mustard dressing
Diced ham steaks are ideal for using in pasta dishes – teamed here with courgettes and Wattie’s Creamy Herb and Garlic Pasta Sauce.
Pasta has always been a family favourite − and it just got easier and tastier. Try this healthy pick recipe with Wattie's Super Mix.
This favourite childhood dish just got even easier – and tastier.
Pasta is always quick, and this tasty sauce is both quick and easy. Change the vegetables in the sauce to suit your tastes, then sprinkle on some Parmesan and tuck in.
The only hard bit of this recipe is spelling it. Honestly, this is cannelloni made easy.
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 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.
Smoked chicken, wholegrain mustard and crème fraiche. If you ate this in a restaurant you’d want to congratulate the chef.
Soup enjoys a renaissance of its own when you introduce it to a tasty Italian classic.
Pasta makes a wonderful meal − and it doesn't get much tastier or simpler than this Creamy Mushroom and Bacon Pasta.
Chuckwagon corn with pasta is a great salad idea − plus it's an easy way to get more vegetables in your diet, as this pack accounts to seven and a half servings of vegetables.
The simplest ingredients often make the tastiest dishes, and this flavoursome combo is no exception.