Recipes

  • New recipes don’t always mean starting from scratch with a set of pristine ingredients, this delicious soup is a brilliant example of that, give it a go.

  • New potatoes make the perfect base for any number of delectable savoury nibbles. Here are three great topping ideas but use up any leftover ready cooked potatoes that you have.

  • 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!

  • This lamb risotto recipe comes from Meat Promotion Wales and it is a great way to use up any leftover lamb. With the addition of a few ingredients, it is simply delicious!

  • 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.