Recipes

  • As in the UK, a lot of potatoes are thrown away in Norway too. Potato is a versatile ingredient that can be the base of many delicious dishes and pastries.

  • As part of her Home Economics class, Alex entered our Halloween-themed 'Don't Be Afraid of Your Leftovers' school competition.

  • Maisie and Aisling were winners of our Halloween-themed 'Don't Be Afraid of Your Leftovers' school competition in partnership with Scottish Business in the Community and Good Family Food.

  • This recipe couldn’t be easier, a delicious Cauliflower recipe created by Tesco chef, Martyn Lee at the Royal Welsh Show 2017. A great way to use the whole vegetable - stalks, leaves and all!

  • Save those veg from the bottom of the fridge and give them a new lease of life in this inventive curry which is as light as it is healthy.

  • Stuff boring old-fashioned peppers! There’s a new sheriff in town – pretty, pointy Ramiro peppers with thin skins that don’t need to be pre-cooked before stuffing.

  • This vegan-friendly gnocchi is very simple to make – and easy on the pocket too. Use baked potatoes or left-over mash which is a bit dried up.

  • This recipe is great for using up soft fruit past it’s best, but not when it’s gone so far that it has reached the mouldy stage – at this point the compost is the best place for them!

  • These tasty treats are great as a starter or a snack.

  • These tasty, cheap burgers are a good way to use up breadcrumbs and work equally well with some cooked vegetables or salad, or in a burger bun with all the trimmings.

  • This is ideal for using up bananas which have gone past their best. You can also use other fruits that need using up, such as apples, cranberries, oranges, pears or even some tinned fruit!

  • This dish is ideal for weekday suppers as it only takes ten minutes to prepare and uses just one dish for cooking.