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Blackened Haddock & Corn Salsa Bowl

Blackened Haddock & Corn Salsa Bowl

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Blackened haddock bites are the (albeit rather dark) star of this dish. Coated in smoked paprika and ground coriander, the fish burns slightly, giving this dish a delicious barbecue flavour. Served over fluffy rice alongside a tangy corn salsa, fresh red gem lettuce and a smoky chipotle mayo, you might as well cancel that trip to Mexico now!

Melty Mozzarella Caponata With Quinoa (V)

Melty Mozzarella Caponata With Quinoa

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Caponata, pronounced 'ka-pon-arter' is a sweet and sour aubergine stew originating in Sicily. It’s a bit like ratatouille but also contains capers and sultanas, typical features of Sicilian cooking. You'll serve it over quinoa, with some mozzarella snuggled in at the end of cooking, so that it starts to go all melty and delicious. Stew-pendous!

Pork, Lemongrass & Sesame Meatballs

Pork, Lemongrass & Sesame Meatballs

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These pork meatball babies are infused with some powerful flavours; fiery chilli, fragrant lemongrass, and nutty toasted sesame seeds. We’ve roasted broccoli wedges in a very hot oven so that they char slightly and go crispy and golden, whilst softening at the same time. Served alongside lemongrass rice and a warm honey-soy dressing. Open sesame!

Chicken Schnitzel, Apple & Potato Salad

Chicken Schnitzel, Apple & Potato Salad

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This is a classic Austrian dish and one of our absolute favourites. You'll bread your chicken in panko breadcrumbs (they're very dry, light breadcrumbs) then pan fry them until golden. Served over a crunchy apple and potato salad dressed in creamy mayonnaise, tangy lemon juice and fiery horseradish cream. Served with a caramelised lemon wedge.

Creamy Open Kale & Feta Lasagne (V)

Creamy Open Kale & Feta Lasagne

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If you're familiar with spinach and ricotta lasagne, you'll be sure to love this kale and feta version, which delivers way more on the flavour front! An 'open-lasagne' is both quicker and easier than traditional, as it's all done on the hob - lazy lasagne! Served with a sweet baby plum tomato and basil leaf salad. You can't get much feta than that!

Tuscan Panzanella Salad With Mozzarella (V)

Tuscan Panzanella Salad With Mozzarella

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This traditional Tuscan bread salad is made using crispy ciabatta which is mixed with the salad itself rather than served on the side. This adds substance while soaking up the juices from the capers, tomatoes and black olives. You'll serve it with a big ball of beautiful milky mozzarella. Make sure you use your best olive oil with this dish!

Smoky Cowboy Bean Bowl (V)

Smoky Cowboy Bean Bowl

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There’s no smoke without fire and no chilli without ‘tude. Our Cowboy Bean Bowl is packed full of both; packing in tasty Mexican flavours and cowboy quick-draw reflexes so that you can tuck in, in around 20 minutes. Yeeehaaaaa....

Spiced Beef, Hummus & Bulgur Salad

Spiced Beef, Hummus & Bulgur Salad

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This is one of our favourite speedy dishes, which is typical to the Middle East. Homemade creamy hummus is topped with caramelised, spiced ground beef. Served with a fresh tabbouleh-style bulgur wheat salad. Comforting and healthy. Hum'must try!

Candied Bacon & Pea Shoot Risotto

Candied Bacon & Pea Shoot Risotto

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This low-calorie risotto is cooked with sautéed leek, pretty pea shoots and mint. Topped with sweet and smoky candied bacon, a brilliant contrast to the fresh green risotto. The traditional flavours of ham and pea are reborn! Easy, ham and peasy!

Japanese Aubergine Katsu Curry (V)

Japanese Aubergine Katsu Curry

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Yasai translates to 'vegetable' in Japanese. Here, our said vegetable is aubergine, which is given a crunchy Japanese breadcrumb (panko) crust. You'll make a mild vegetable curry sauce and a pickled ginger dressed salad to accompany. Say yes to yasai!

French Chicken, Bacon & Mushroom Stew

French Chicken, Bacon & Mushroom Stew

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This dish is inspired by the classic Coq au Vin, combining chicken and smoked bacon, braised in a full-bodied sauce with caramelised shallot, leek and baby chestnut mushrooms. You'll swap the more traditional red wine with Shaoxing wine, to give the dish a lighter feel without losing flavour. Served over parsley mash. C'est délicieux!

Lancashire Lamb Hotpot & Wilted Greens

Lancashire Lamb Hotpot & Wilted Greens

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Lancashire Lamb Hotpot is a British classic. It's traditionally slow-cooked for a few hours, but we've supercharged it, meaning you'll have that same succulent lamb and crispy potato topping in a fraction of the time. You'll flavour the gravy with onion marmalade, which will give it an instant slow-cooked, caramelised flavour. Ewe must try it!