When you are watching your diet sometimes you are looking for a high fibre dinner, if so, try some of these high fibre dinner recipes.
If you enjoy casseroles topped with pastry or dumplings, you’ll love this low-fat version.
This is a great healthy substitute for fattier counterparts. You can use plain flour instead of wholemeal if desired. Other fruits can be substituted as well!
With only one rising and no kneading, this bread couldn't be simpler to make. It is based on the famous ‘Grant loaf’, invented in the 1940s by Doris Grant. With its dense, moist texture, it is a filling bread that makes excellent toast.
Serve this hearty curry with a big bowl of basmati rice or some naan bread that has been heated in a low oven.
This is about as simple as a bread recipe can be. It's crusty, yeasty and satisfying. I'm a bloke, and I can make this right every time. It's easiest if you use a stand-type mixer with a dough hook.