Why just make lamb koftkes when you could sneak some extra veg in there?! The courgette doesn’t add much to the taste- it’s purely there for the added nutritional value! Ingredients- 500g lamb mince 1 small onion 1 green chilli … Continue reading Lamb and courgette koftkes
This one is more for older babies and toddlers as it’s got a fair amount of soy sauce in it so the salt content is too high for a 6 month old. It’s also not the easiest dish for little … Continue reading Easy Special fried rice
This is a slow cooked one pot dish that takes very little prep. The ingredients are simple but work beautifully! Adding the cabbage to the stew means you don’t need to do any additional veg to accompany the stew- it’s … Continue reading Irish Stew
You can stuff peppers with all sorts of delightful things- today I’ve done a fab combo of lamb and cous cous. Now- if I’d have planned these a little more in advance I’d have probably used courgette instead of carrot … Continue reading ‘Halloween’ peppers stuffed with lamb and cous cous
I must admit that before I had kids I’d never bothered making my own gravy- I always used the granules. The salt content in those, however, forced me to figure out how to do my own and it was so … Continue reading Slow roasted lamb and gravy
It’s another classic dish that I’ve tweaked to make sure I pack as much veg into it as I can! This is a family favourite. Ingredients- 500g Lamb mince 1 large onion 2 cloves garlic 1 stick of celery 2 … Continue reading Shepherds pie with extra veg!
This is one to make earlier in the day and have ready for dinner (that’s generally how I do most of our meals but some things work better than others) It’s a simple dish with very few ingredients but it … Continue reading Lancashire Hot Pot with slow cooked red cabbage