Whether you’re self-isolating, or just trying to stay away from crowds, we’ve put together some of our favourite recipes that you can make with the staples that are in your grocery cupboard…
Being cooped up at home doesn’t mean you can’t have some fun in the kitchen. Use this time to rope the kids in, teach them some cooking techniques, and turn meal times into a fun activity that can help keep the ‘coronavirus blues’ at bay.
We’ve put together some easy, accessible recipes that can be made with grocery-cupboard staples:
We love this omega-packed potato and pilchard fishcake bites recipe for a lunch time snack, or make them a little larger for a healthy family dinner!
Easy and budget friendly recipe for baked eggs served with chilli pilchards
A super simple, super easy recipe for Pasta Pie – 3 ingredients and a mug…And you’re sorted!
Quick and simple dinner recipe for cheesy Beef Pasta Casserole
Recipe for roasted spicy sweet potato wedges with paprika and chilli flakes served with a creamy yoghurt mushroom sauce
Recipe for Baked Lemon and Garlic Roast Potatoes topped with feta, salad, eggs and a balsamic dressing
Recipe for a delicious and comforting vegan tray bake – Potato and Cauliflower Curry!
Lovely South African recipe for Mieliepap Pot with a cheesy mayonnaise topping
Recipe for Paptert – otherwise known as porridge pie – a South African tart filled with veggies, bacon and cheese.
Starter recipe for Pap and Wors Bites – a budget friendly snack
And if you really want to get creative, watch this video: