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Sea bass in puff pastry

If you eat more than you use you can gain weight, or lose it if you don't eat enough. How much you need depends on your weight, gender and how active you are, but it's around 2,000 a day. Carbs. Wild mushroom and bulgur wheat cakes. Chickpeas, spinach and cashews with cumin and coconut. Classic moussaka. Oven-baked porcini mushroom and Taleggio rice. Squash parmigiana. Cauliflower, leek and blue cheese gratin. Celeriac, onion and mustard puff pastry tart. Chorizo and bean one pot. Mustardy cauliflower rarebit toasts - Lulu's Notes - Olive Magazine. Thai beef soup with mushrooms. Mustard and tarragon sausage rolls. Beef, brown ale and mushroom pie. Asian-style chicken soup. Baked butternut squash, ricotta and spinach. Spiced duck & date tagine. Pan-fried broccoli with chorizo, new potatoes and eggs. Chicken, chorizo and beans on toast. Pizza two ways. Chicken with lemon, garlic, herbs and potatoes.

Spaghetti with roast cauliflower pesto. Warm root veg orzo pilaf. Lamb kofte tagine. Parma ham-wrapped fish with sprout and sweet potato hash. Chicken and chorizo buns. Sausage and kale gnocchi bake. Lighter Lancashire hotpot. Herby potato and ham hock tortilla. 2 tbsp The Co-operative basil infused olive oil (or similar), plus extra to drizzle 200g The Co-operative parmentier potatoes (or similar)50g The Co-operative British shredded ham hock (or similar) You'll also need 1 onion5 large free-range eggsHandful fresh parsley leavesHandful fresh basil leaves Pour 1 tbsp of the oil into a 20cm non-stick frying pan set over a medium heat.

Herby potato and ham hock tortilla

Finely slice the onion, then, when the oil is shimmering hot, add to the pan and stir-fry for 10 minutes or until soft and golden. Transfer to a plate. Add the remaining 1 tbsp oil to the pan and set over a low-medium heat. Meanwhile whisk the eggs in a mixing bowl. Turn down the heat to low, then return the onions to the pan along with the ham hock. 01.Release the sides of the tortilla with a palette knife, then invert onto a plate (see Know-how). Chicken & ham lasagne. Spanish chicken and potato stew Recipe. Chorizo, chickpea and mussel stew Recipe. Braised coconut and chilli beef Recipe. Butternut macaroni cheese. Chicken scallopini Recipe. Chicken and chilli chocolate stew Recipe. One-pan tikka salmon with jewelled rice. Roasted onion and balsamic root vegetables with puy lentils and feta Recipe.

Mustard & sage chicken with celeriac mash. Rich tomato meatballs with linguine Recipe. Grilled mackerel with chickpea salad - Lulu's Notes - Olive Magazine. Hot-smoked salmon and saffron couscous pasties Recipe. Potato, leek and Stilton soup Recipe. Cauliflower fritters with spiced yogurt Recipe. Spicy bean bake Recipe. Double mushroom burger. This delicious double mushroom burger is inspired by Steak and Honour, a burger van with a difference that roams around the Cambridge area.

Double mushroom burger

Don’t be fooled by the name, Leo Riethoff cares just as much about the veggies stuffed between the locally baked brioche buns as he does the meatier offerings. The ever-popular mushroom burger, with its smoky, charred, flat-mushroom filling, is a great vegetarian option. 20 minutes. Serves 2. Easy. Large flat mushrooms 4red onion half finely chopped, plus slices to servegarlic 1 clove, crushedolive oilsweet smoked paprika 1 tspthyme 2 tsp, choppedfresh breadcrumbs 30gtomato ketchup 1 tbsp, plus extra to servebrioche or other burger buns 2lettuce, sliced gherkins, mustard and fries to serve Remove the stalks from the mushrooms, finely chop, and put in a frying pan with the chopped onion, garlic and . tbsp oil.

Heat oven to 200C/fan 180C/gas 6. Techino al'Inglese Recipe. Celeriac and cheddar soup with thyme croutons. Celeriac is at it’s best at this time of year.

Celeriac and cheddar soup with thyme croutons

It has a flavour of celery and a lovely nuttiness that works really well in a soup. We have added thyme croutons, the perfect soup topper. 40 minutes. Serves 6. Easy olive oilonion 1 large, choppedbay leaf 1vegetable stock 900mlceleriac 1double cream 60mlcheddar 100g, cubed thick white bread 2 slicesbutter softenedthyme 1 sprig plus a few leaves for decoration Heat some olive oil in a pan and add the onion, stir and fry gently until the onion softens but doesn’t brown. Meanwhile, butter the bread on one side, scatter the leaves off the thyme onto one side and make a sandwich.

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Griddled sausages with lentil and pimentón stew Recipe. Gnocchi recipes. Lamb koftas with beetroot & apple raita. ONE PAN SAGE AND ONION CHICKEN AND SAUSAGE. Paprika and chorizo baked eggs Recipe. Channa masala with white fish Recipe. Baked gnocchi with kale pesto & ham. Pork, kale and spring onion stir-fry. Polenta & mushroom tart. Speedy Mediterranean gnocchi. Beef rendang & turmeric rice. Squash and cumin soup with cheesy toasts Recipe. Roasted red pepper hash with fried eggs. Soft-boiled eggs with tenderstem broccoli and pancetta soldiers Recipe.

Chorizo, beetroot and couscous salad Recipe. Italian meatballs with orzo. Easy peasy risotto with chilli & mint crumbs. Baked basmati rice with squash and chilli Recipe. White beans in tomato sauce with lamb and feta Recipe. Sesame paneer wraps. Pesto pan chicken Recipe. Mexican-style pork wraps Recipe. Healthier dauphinois potatoes Recipe. Parsnip and bacon tartiflette Recipe. Piri Piri Pork Belly.

Calories are simply a unit of energy.

Piri Piri Pork Belly

If you eat more than you use up, you might gain weight, or lose it if you don't eat enough. The amount you need depends on your age, gender and how physically active you are, but the average person needs around 2,000 calories a day. Carbs are a great source of energy and, excluding foods such as potatoes, are made from grains - like bread, pasta and cereal. We all need carbs, but try to make them all wholegrain by sticking to brown bread, rice and pasta - they are much more nutritious. We all love a treat now and then, but try to limit your sugar intake where possible. We all need to eat a small amount of fat because it protects our organs and helps us grow. Roasted Pumpkin Pasta % Autumn has arrived.

Roasted Pumpkin Pasta %

As the dark evenings roll in and the weather takes a drastic change for the worst, I just can’t help but love this season. Of course I love it when its hot and sunny outside, but for me the idea of spending my days off snuggled on the sofa in a onesie eating a large bowl of pasta and watching films is just as exciting. Call me boring, I don’t care. I LOVE Autumn! As well as Autumn being a perfect excuse to be lazy and catch up on films and TV I may have missed through the Summer months, I love it even more for another reason…. yep you guessed it, the food!

To kick off my favourite foodie season I thought I’d begin with one of my favourite pasta dishes, Roasted Pumpkin Pasta. Nachos with oxtail chilli Recipe. Welsh rarebit with a twist Recipe.