These Barbecue Salmon Rainbow Kebabs featuring Newman’s Own Original Sticky BBQ Sauce, are a colourful and delicious way of serving something a little bit different on the BBQ this summer to your family and friends.
With summer on the horizon, warmer weather on the way and longer evenings approaching, it is time to get out the BBQ and start some alfresco dining with family and friends. Newman’s Own Original Sticky BBQ sauce is perfect for adding some tang to barbecue food. It’s great to use when marinating meat, vegetables and fish as everything you need is in one bottle. No need to search the cupboards for spices, oils, herbs etc. to mix together and make a tasty marinade, as you can just open up a bottle of Newman’s Own and pour over instead.
This is such a simple and foolproof recipe for making super easy and super tasty Slow Cooker BBQ Pulled Chicken Sliders. With just a handful of ingredients this can be cooked in your crock pot to make a simple mid week family meal.
This recipe for Slow Cooker BBQ Pulled Chicken Sliders actually came about last year when I was asked to devise some recipes using Newman’s Own Original Sticky BBQ sauce. Unfortunately, this meal idea was not used but it seemed a shame to let it sit in my drafts folder. Therefore, so I am posting it now as it seems appropriate with the warmer weather, as it is a perfect recipe for summer. Of course it can be served all year, round but the photos were taken with summer in mind.
We love fish fingers in my house. They are always a popular tea time meal served with mash and peas/baked beans, and one that is requested a lot by my children. I recall as a child myself that if they were available on a kids menu whenever we ate out as a family, I would always choose them to eat, even when I became too big to eat off the children’s menu!!
These simple Curried Potato and Vegetable Cakes with a Spiced Mango Jam are made from leftover vegetables and are a great way of reducing food waste at home, and a cheap way to make a nutritious and tasty dinner for your family.
These humble but tasty Curried Potato and Vegetable Cakes with a Spiced Mango Jam, are not only very easy to prepare, they are also very frugal to make as they use up any leftover vegetables and potatoes. By adding some curry powder to leftovers that might otherwise be used in bubble and squeak, or maybe a soup or a stew, a tasty midweek meal is made for your family which is healthy, low fat, packed full of flavour and cheap to make too.
This recipe for Curried Mackerel Fishcakes uses Princes Canned Mackerel Fillets and can be made in next to no time using store cupboard ingredients.
As a busy working Mum I want to be able to create meals for my family that are not only tasty, but nutritious and speedy too. After all, with after school clubs, homework and general ‘parenting’ duties, the last thing any of us want to do is to spend ages in the kitchen cooking dinner when we are tired and hungry!