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5 Easy Meals For Everyday Suppers

What’s for tea tonight?

That interminable question. I love cooking but as a mother to 3 growing children I feel the need to produce meal after meal quite tiresome. I’m sure other people must feel the same so I have put together some of my all time favourites, favourites because the kids eat them, they are fairly easy to heat up for the husband and they don’t take a lot of prep. My first is courtesy of Joseline Dimbelby;

Pork And Tuna Rissoles In  A Caper Sauce

  • Mix together 500g minced pork, 1 x tin of tuna (drained of its oil), 1 x egg, chopped rosemary, chopped parsley, salt and pepper and form into approx 20 rissole shapes.Meatballs
  • Fry until cooked through and removed to keep warm.
  • Crush 3 tsps of capers and add to the frying pan with 300ml double cream.

Serve the rissoles with the sauce and pasta of your choice. Rissoles

Next week I’ll be making a favourite 1 pot meal, Chicken With Chickpeas And Chorizo which is simple and almost impossible to overcook.

2 Responses to “5 Easy Meals For Everyday Suppers”

  1. Ha! Your sister introduced me to thus recipe in Sydney from her Joselyn Dimbleby cookbook.Its delicious! Thanks for reminding me of it X

    • Hi Kirsty, I know sometimes you forget really great recipes. Have you done JD’s chicken, chickpea and chorizo I think she suggests serving it with salad but I just sprinkle on a lot of parsley. I’m not a huge fan of chopping!
      Rachel

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