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    Roast vegetable & chicken gratin

    (serves 2-3) This is a healthy, low carb alternative to lasagne; the vegetables are roasted first, then layered with cooked chicken and tomato sauce, topped with a little grated cheese and baked in the oven. It’s a great way to make your chicken go further and eat a healthier balance of less meat and more […]

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    Beef and Vegetable Casserole

    This is a slow-cooked, tasty stew, very easy to prepare and good for cooking in bulk and freezing. You can add some sliced peppers about ten minutes from the end of cooking time for colour. Serve with broccoli or cabbage. 500g diced stewing beef, trimmed of fat 1tbsp olive oil 1 large leek 2 cloves […]

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    Chicken with sweet potatoes

    A simple, quick and tasty dinner. Sweet potatoes are a ‘low GI’ carbohydrate, meaning they release their energy more slowly than our traditional Irish potatoes and they’re loaded with potassium! Serve with a steamed green vegetable such as green beans or broccoli to complete the meal 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 medium onion (red or […]

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    Chicken Korma

    A very mild curry with grated courgette to add healthy fibre. Add some chilli sauce if some like it hotter! Serve with ‘Slim Rice’ or make ‘cauliflower rice’ by grating and steaming your cauliflower. serves 2 300g chicken mini fillets 1tbsp rapeseed, sunflower, coconut or olive oil 1 medium onion, chopped 1 red pepper 1cm […]

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    Turkey & cranberry salad

    Serves 4-8 people 600g chopped cooked turkey meat 1 apple, peeled, cored, chopped and sprinkled with lemon juice 100g dried cranberries (or 2 tbsp cranberry sauce / jelly) 4 scallions, finely chopped 2 tbsp fresh coriander or parsley, chopped 4 sticks celery, finely chopped 1tbsp curry powder 2 good tbsp low fat natural yogurt 2 […]

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    Vegetable, beef & bean curry

      (serves 6) The idea of this recipe is to show how you can boost your vegetable intake and reduce meat portions in a family dish. Beans are great for adding protein and fibre… you can modify the spices (and omit the coconut milk) to make it like a Bolognese or a chilli, so versatile and […]

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