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Very often we are extremely busy and it seems like we don't have the time to cook a proper meal but there are plenty of quick, easy and tasty recipes that can be made in 30 minutes or less and I like to keep a list of them on hand for those busy nights. The salad is simple and works well with the pasta but the tarts were my favourite bit of the meal and they were incredibly easy to make.
NoteI don't have a food processor for the pasta sauce but my blender worked well enough and I left out the stick of celery as I strongly dislike it. Preheat the oven to 190°C, boil the kettle and place a large frying pan on a high heat. Roughly chop up the sausages and add them to the food processor along with the fennel seeds and oregano. Spoon a little jam (less than a teaspoon) into the pastry cases and top with a large teaspoon of the almond mixture. Pasta - Crush the garlic into the frying pan that contains the vegetable and sausage mixture then add the balsamic vinegar.
Salad - Shave some parmesan over the salad, season with salt and pepper, then slice the lemon into wedges. Tarts - Once the tarts are golden brown, remove from the oven and serve with the creme fraiche.
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As with all of the 30 minute meals that I’ve attempted to date, this one took a bit longer because I lack some of the equipment.
NoteI forgot to pick up spring onions so I used a leek instead and I couldn’t procure 700g of asparagus without spending a small fortune so I used 400g asparagus with 300g broccoli.
Crush the six cloves of garlic into the pan and fry for a few minutes ensuring that the garlic doesn't burn. Trim the pointed tips off the asparagus and put aside, then trim the woody ends from the other side and discard (see this how to trim asparagus video for more information). Take the vegetables off the heat and spoon around one quarter of the mixture into a 30cm x 35cm deep dish (I used two smaller dishes).
Repeat the layers of vegetable and lasagne sheets until you have used all of the filling and then top with a final sheet.
Mix the remaining 250g of cottage cheese with a splash of boiled water and then spread over the lasagne. I’ve not yet managed to cook a 30 Minute Meal in 30 minutes and as I was cooking this dish for two I decided not to attempt the accompanying dessert.


Pour the sauce into an ovenproof dish that can accomodate the salmon fillets without too much excess room.
Drizzle a little olive oil over the salmon and then sprinkle on some Chinese five-spice, salt and pepper. Stir in one teaspoon of Chinese five-spice and three teaspoons of cornflour to the pan containing the broth. Remove the pan containing the cashews from the heat and drizzle over the honey, making sure the cashews are completely coated.
Dress the salad with soy sauce, sesame oil, extra virgin olive oil and the juice from one lemon or lime. We've put together eight weeks worth of free meal plans, complete with the easy family dinner recipes for each day's main dish and side dishes. In the programme, Jamie Oliver talks at length about the necessity of good quality sausages and how integral they are to the dish. I couldn't find six deep pastry cases so I used eight shallow ones instead and the tarts still turned out nicely.
Chop the carrots and celery and place in a food processor (or blender) with the spring onions and chili. Add another teaspoon of jam then another teaspoon of the mixture then place the tarts on the middle shelf of the oven for 18 minutes. Transfer the pasta into the frying pan of sauce, stir well and add some of the reserved pasta water if the sauce is too thick.
The dishes are mostly vegetarian although some may contain fish, but regardless, all are made lovingly from scratch.
They definitely give the vegetable filling a boost but you won’t taste a strong fish flavour.
In this case I didn’t have a deep roasting tin that can be placed directly on a hob to speed up the cooking time so I finished the lasagne in the traditional way, by baking it in the oven.
Finely slice the spring onions and half of the anchovies and then add them to the saucepan. Finely slice the stems of the asparagus into 1.5cm pieces before adding to the pan with a splash of water from the kettle. Sprinkle over the thyme along with another good grating of parmesan and a final drizzle of olive oil. The salmon and noodle broth are very tasty and fairly healthy as long as you don’t overdo the salt.


The recipe specifies four 180g fillets of salmon, pin-boned with the skin on, so you’ll probably need to buy them from a fishmonger or counter.
This will help the salmon to absorb the flavour of the sauce as well as helping it to cook more quickly.
Place the fillets into the ovenproof dish, skin side up, then put it into the oven on the top shelf to cook for 18 minutes. Place a few coriander leaves to one side to use later as a garnish then remove the remaining leaves from the stalks.
Remove the stone from the mango, slice or cube it, then add it to the salad along with the chili and cashews.
Click on the link for each week to get the full week of easy dinner ideas and the meal plan that goes with each day. We ate them with ice cream rather than the specified creme fraiche but they would work equally as well with custard.
Process for a few seconds until coarse then transfer the vegetables into the frying pan with some olive oil. Season well then tip the pasta into a large bowl, grate over the parmesan cheese and tear up the basil leaves, scattering over the pasta. If you follow the recipe exactly, make sure that you have a very large pan to cook the filling in. It’s a little more expensive but nevertheless worth it as the salmon is the main attraction of the meal, with its lovely, crispy skin and spicy sauce.
This is where an issue arises if pork sausages are omitted; the vegetarian sausages we use work well in most dishes and are lovely on their own but in this recipe their flavour just isn't quite powerful enough to stand up to the fennel and balsamic vinegar. Likewise, any kind of jam can be used - we opted for black cherry but next time I'd like to try raspberry. I thought my largest saucepan (20cm) would be sufficient but it could only house half of the filling so I ended up using two pans. Attempting this dish with the prepackaged salmon fillets (usually around 120g, no skin) would probably be a bit disappointing, which is why I’ll cook this dish less frequently than some of the other 30 Minute Meals. I'd like to cook this meal again, omitting the fennel, decreasing the balsamic vinegar and using more oregano, which I think would stop the flavour of the sausages getting overpowered and lost.




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