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These speedy Mexican cheese toasties, made simply with tortillas, barbecued chook, fresh salsa and more, are fit for a filling meal. Arriba!
Did someone say pub dinner? This classic favourite has all the nice and none of the naughty of a trip to your local! We've used panko breadcrumbs, which are flakier than the ones you'd find on your usual parmi, and create a crispier, lighter crunch.
Karen delivers a one pot wonder with her succulent, aromatic and slow baked lamb shanks. This is a perfect cold-weather-dish all cooked in one pot and the beauty is you can leave it simmering away on the stove for a couple of house while you get onto other things.
We've cut back on the kilojoules in this tasty, filling main by skipping the butter and milk in the sweet potato mash. If mash doesnít do it for you, make baked potato instead ñ just peel and cut the raw potato into chunks before baking.
Throw chicken and vegetables into a pan, roast, then whip up some polenta and ñ hey-pesto! Tonight's healthy meal is done!
Karen’s got a great alternative to the Sunday roast. It’s bacon like you’ve never tasted before, a whole piece slowly baked and basted in a delicious fruity marinade.
With Thai flavours and plump prawns, this is a winning dinner! To lower your ProPoints and make it even healthier, opt for steamed brown rice in place of white. Once you get used to the texture and taste of brown, you’ll never switch back.
These speedy Mexican cheese toasties, made simply...
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