Your whole family will love this delicious pumpkin dahl, perfect for those wintery, cool nights. If you like your dahl extra creamy, use coconut cream instead of coconut milk.
Lamb is one of the loveliest meats when slow-cooked, its fibres and fats breaking down into buttery tenderness. Pasture-raised lamb contains valuable amounts of conjugated linoleic acid, a health-supportive fatty acid that has been shown to promote fat loss — so it’s worth buying organically raised, 100 per cent grass-fed lamb wherever possible. Enjoy its benefits in this super-comforting casserole.
This simple plant-powered vegetarian risotto is a delicious budget-friendly meal. If you happen to have any leftovers, roll them into little balls and fry them to make arancini.
Rich, hearty and full of protein, this delicious dish feeds a crowd for less than $2.50 per serve. This chilli is so filling and tasty that nobody will guess it costs almost nothing to make.
Take all the childhood favourite flavours of a classic cheeseburger but make it under $4.50 per serve. Even better, you don’t need to leave the house to get it and it cooks itself! Slow fast food, anyone?
With the help of a secret spice (hint: it’s sumac), this slow-cooked lamb shank recipe is the ultimate winter warmer and sure to impress with every bite.
Spiced up with a Middle Eastern spin, this slow-cooked lamb shanks recipe is perfect for mid-week dinners during the cooler months.
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