Cooking a meal for the family in a matter of minutes is perfectly possible, with our delicious recipes for Moroccan tagine, stuffed peppers and bacon and ricotta gnocchi
These delicious 15-minute meals mean you get to spend less time in the kitchen and more time with the family. Mission accomplished.
This quick North African-inspired dish will have you dreaming of warmer climes if (or when!) the British summer doesn’t cooperate.
You wouldn’t think a soup this elaborate looking would be that easy to make, but this recipe really delivers on both speed and flavour.
Plaice or pollock will work (and cook) just as well as coley in this harissa-spiced couscous dish.
These Italian dumplings are incredibly filling and, combined with Greek-style cheese and Mediterranean vegetables, they're perfect for an easy supper in the summer.
Ready-made mash or pre-cooked potatoes are the secret to this quick and tasty corn and haddock chowder.
This is the kind of dish you might think would take loads of prep time, but actually can be whipped up in a flash.
Whip up this classic American salad with roast chicken for a light main course.
There are a few handy shortcuts with this recipe that make this tagine ideal to serve to larger groups when you don’t have much time to spare.
The couscous is the only thing that needs cooking with this easy-to-make, spicy North African-inspired dish.
Stuffed with goat's cheese, tomatoes, rice and a splash of citrus from an orange, these traffic-light coloured peppers taste just as good as they look.
Bacon adds a lot of flavour to this creamy gnocchi pasta. Serve with a green salad on the side for a filling supper.
The fresh taste of pineapple salsa makes this tuna steak recipe perfect to serve on a warm summer evening.
This handy tub of veg antipasti transforms this bean and rice salad into something special. It’s great for veggies, too.
The Asian-inspired stir-fry can be put together quickly, while the flavours combine perfectly with the pan-fried coley fillets.
This delicious Spanish-inspired dish might taste like you've slaved over a hot stove for hours, but the principle here is not much different to a stir-fry.