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Crunchy Chickpea TacosBy Tracy KillinanFor vegetarians, tacos were elusive - until now. These vegetarian chickpea tacos are a perfect way to enjoy the flavours of Mexico without indulging in meat. They are crispy, and potently spiced for a heavy-on-the flavour experience. A delicious spice blend is what coats the chickpeas which are roasted and served with avocado, yellow peppers and onion. This of course is not your regular taco; it's even better! Allergens: Wheat | Milk
Superfood Salad With Feta And BeetrootBy Caroline KThis vibrant rainbow salad is full of superfoods that will actively work to leave you feeling energised and healthy. It's hearty and delicious; the golden couscous is a familiar favourite which adds substance; the fresh ginger is warm and nourishing, the beetroot and carrots are colourful and pair beautifully together and the fresh parsley is aromatic and tangy. Tossed together with the ever-powerful cumin seeds, how can this dish not be an instant hit! Allergens: Milk | Wheat
Swedish Pork MeatballsBy Tracy KillinanThese succulent pork Swedish meatballs are the ultimate comfort food. Served with smooth mash, a delectable sauce up this dish like no other, simple to make and a true family favourite! Allergens: Peanuts & Sesame | Wheat | Celery | Mustard | Sulphites | Milk | Nuts
Seared Sea Bass Served With a Quinoa & Spinach SaladBy Tracy KillinanThis surprisingly filling sea bass dish is served with an incredible quinoa and spinach salad which is dressed with a sweet and tangy date vinaigrette. Using the gourmet Medjool date, prized for its luscious, honeyed taste this is an elegant fresh fi recipe which produces a delicious nutty caramelised finish - it will have you in awe of what can be achieved by adding just one more unassuming ingredient. Allergens: Fish | Nuts | Gluten | Sulfites
Chicken FlorentineBy AnitaImagine grabbing a forkful of that creamy-rich pasta... sinking your teeth into those tender, juicy chicken slices drenched in that heavenly sauce… this is the famous Chicken Florentine with spinach.