For an economical, quick midweek meal, you can’t beat this Korean minced beef dish for incredible flavour and aromas – the whole meal is just 358 calories (which includes the rice). Continue reading “Korean Minced Beef & Rice Bowls”
This is one of my absolute favourite fish dishes – the flavour of the spicy chorizo goes surprisingly well with firm white fish and the calories are pretty low too at around 250 per serving.
When I make omelettes, I have a habit of wanting to pile loads of things into it, and then it becomes far too difficult to serve! So I’ve come up with this baked version of a frittata instead – it contains just 205 calories for three servings.
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This dish is slowly cooked to create an indulgent, spicy Asian sauce with meltingly tender pork and big chunks of sweet red peppers – and contains just 333 calories. The sauce is rich, sweet and spicy and is perfect with freshly cooked steamed rice to soak up those delicious flavours. Continue reading “Asian Pork and Red Pepper Stew”
My simple Basic Rich Tomato Sauce recipe is only around 28 calories for 2 tablespoonfuls. So easy to cook, this versatile sauce can be used in so many ways and freezes really well – try stirring some into freshly cooked pasta, turn it into a classic Bolognese or lasagne, or use a few spoonfuls to spread on a pizza base. Continue reading “Basic Rich Tomato Sauce”