Meal Inspiration Monday- Ham and Leek Cannelloni

Today I am going to share with you a meal which Joe and Jess ate at the weekend. Sadly I was not feeling very well which meant I choose not to consume the Ham and Leek Canelloni. As a result of this it did mean that they had it both days. Which says something for sure they must have enjoyed it enough. This is a recipe which I added to pinterest. I get a lot of my inspiration from there this is one of the reasons we have such a wide range of different meals every single week.  If you ever see a meal on my meal plan which you would like the recipe for leave a comment below. .

Ingredient- Serves 4

3 leeks sliced into 1cm chunks

300ml Vegetable Stock

85g Wafer thin ham ripped

8 Fresh Lasanga Sheets

200g Fat Free Creme Fresh

1 tbsp wholegrain mustard

50g Grated Mature Cheddar

85g Breadcrumbs

  1. Preheat the oven to 200c
  2. Simmer the leeks with the stock in a covered pan for 5 minutes until they are tender.
  3. Drain the leeks reserving the stock then mix the them with the ham and some seasoning
  4. Divide the mixture into 8 spooning it along the middle of each lasagne sheet roll them up and tuck into an ovenproof dish. Make sure the joined side is down.
  5. Mix 300ml of the reserved stock with the crème fraîche, mustard and most of the grated cheese.
  6. Season the mixture, then pour over the cannelloni.
  7. Sprinkle with the breadcrumbs and remaining cheese, then bake for 20 mins until the top is golden and crisp, and the leek filling is piping hot.

Have you ever made Ham and Leek Cannelloni?

Charlotte xx

Meal Plan 17th May

Today I am going to be sharing the meals which we have been consuming this week. Again this week we have been trying to use some of the things we have up this week. I had a look in the fridge and the freezer to see what we could use. This is how I have managed to come up with some of the meals which we have had this week. There are not too many meals which are a repeat which I always find great. You do not want to get stuck in a rut and have the same meals all the time. So on to the meals which we have consumed this week. Hopefully you can find something which inspires you.

Monday- Spicy Spaghetti with garlic mushrooms. I have some mushrooms which need using up so I jumped online to find a recipe which included them. As a result I came across this one it something which I would never have thought about making. Garlic mushrooms are something which I love but would never thought of teaming with spaghetti.  However, it is a meal which I am highly looking forward to. I may even share the recipe if I enjoy it enough so keep your eyes peeled for that.

Tuesday- Chicken and Chorizo Jambalaya. Again I have gone with something which I never have made in the past. I wanted to do some different meals this week. Chorizo is something which we all love in this house so this is going to be a winner. Again this is going to be a meal which I may end up sharing the recipe with if I feel like it is a meal people should make.

Wednesday- Steak, Egg and Chips. I managed to pick up of the 16oz steak which Aldi do. We are going to half this and have it with the sides. This is something which we have done in the past and really enjoyed. Steak is something which we rarely have so this is going to be a good treat for us. I feel like we need a treat I have not been feeling that amazing recently since my knee started playing up.

Thursday- Spicy Sausage Chilli and Rice. This is a meal which I do not think I have made since November time. Originally this is a hello fresh meal but I have made it a number of times since stopping the subscription. This is a twist on a classic meal however, it is one which we still enjoy. I know there is some sausages in the freezer and I am going to use them up.

Friday- Homemade Fishcakes and Chips, this is one which I got from Katy. Fishcakes are something which we have not had in a long time. For some reason I have really gone off the shop bought ones.  I fancied making my own version of these and hopefully these turn out to be really nice. These may end up been served with salad depending on the weather.

Saturday- Ham and Leek Cannelloni, this is a meal which I found on pinterest. I have some leeks to use up and thought this would be a good way to get them used. For sure it is something a little bit different to what we would normally make. I do not think I have ever had cannelloni so I think this is going to be interesting for me.If this is something which we enjoy I will be putting this up as well.

Sunday- Slow cooked butter chicken, this again was from pinterest. I love the sound of it for me it sounds like it is a creamy curry. Curry is something which we all love to consume in this house including Jess. I am sure she will eat it all up. This is going to be served with rice and maybe some nan bread.

Of course, like every meal plan this is linked up with the amazing Katy. I get a lot of the inspiration from her and the linky which she runs. If you are struggling consuming the same meals I would recommend checking it out. You may find a meal which you love.

What meals are you planning on consuming this week?

Charlotte xxx

Meal Inspiration Monday- Chickpea Buffalo Burgers

Today I am going to be sharing with you another meal which I have made as a result of Pinterest. Burgers are something which Joe loves however, they are not something which we have that often. I actually came across a recipe for Chickpea Buffalo Burgers now Veggie burgers are something which I love. I decided that I was going to make them a meal recently. I am going to share the recipe which I used to make chickpea buffalo burgers this is something which I would not have made if it was Pinterest.  For sure this is a burger which I would make again because they were full of flavour and spice.  They are not something which Joe would normally go for he instead would go for a meaty version of a burger.

Ingredience- Makes 6

1 tablespoon olive oil

1 cubed red pepper

1/2 onion cubed

1 stalk celery cubed

2 garlic cloves crushed

125g rolled oats

425g chickpeas drained and rinsed

1 egg

4 tablespoons hot sauce

1 teaspoon garlic powder


  1. In a  frying pan, fry red pepper, celery, garlic and onion in olive oil for about 3 minutes until softened.
  2. While you’re doing this. Gently pulse oats and chickpeas in a food processor until chopped, not completely blended. I find it easier to do this in small bursts.
  3. Combine the veggies with the chickpeas mixture in a large bowl then mix in the egg and hot sauce.
  4. Make 6 patties with the mixture. Mould them into pattie shapes with your hands.
  5. Let them chill in the fridge for 15-30 minutes if you have the time. We did this, however, e are not always that organised.
  6. Fry the burgers for a few minutes on each side until outside is crispy and insides are warmed
  7. You now can put them in the bread. You can even add salad if this is something you want to add.

Have you ever had Chickpea Buffalo Burgers? For sure this is something which we are going to be remaking soon. They would even work on the bbq if this is something you are having.

Charlotte xx

Tasty Plant-Based Meals for the Whole Family

Health experts have been saying for years that too much meat isn’t good for us.  And everyone would be healthier if we ate less meat and more vegetables. Trouble is, most people are used to eating meat with nearly every meal, and it can be hard to get kids to eat more veg.

Here are some ideas for how to put together easy, plant-based meals that all the family will enjoy. I have managed to introduce more vegetables into our family’s meals in the last year. 

Introduce Changes Gradually

This is the first step in getting the family to enjoy more vegetables. Most of us find it hard to make changes, and with diet it can be especially challenging. If your family isn’t used to lots of veg on the plate, suddenly serving such a meal might lead to a few protests.

Start gradually introducing one or two more veg varieties in ways that don’t change the substance of the meal too much. As the family gets used to more veg, everyone will be willing to be a bit more adventurous in trying new things.

The Hidden Vegetable

If your family enjoys sauce based dishes such as curries, Chinese, Thai , or Italian. It’s very easy to sneak a few veg in there. Instead of making the sauce part of the dish with mostly meat.  Try adding chopped carrot, sliced red peppers, a few peas, or a little chopped celery. Not only are you eating a few more veg than you normally would in such a dish, you’ve found an inexpensive way to make the meal go further.

Another way to be a little stealthy is to add vegetable rice to ordinary cooked rice. You can get cauliflower rice, sweet potato rice and broccoli rice that comes in pouches . It just needs just a couple of minutes in the microwave to heat up. Add some to boiled rice for a change of flavour and a bit of veggie goodness. Vegetable rice is also good straight from the pouch, as it’s already cooked and prepared. If you’re trying to lose weight, it’s low in carbs and has no added preservatives.

Make Vegetables Fun for Kids

A plate full of soggy vegetables is never going to delight a child.  Offer some cucumber ribbons or make veg kebabs with cherry tomatoes, chopped peppers and cubed cucumber. A bit of apple or cheese adds a tasty extra. You can also make carrots more fun as a snack if you cut them into thin fingers then stand them up in a tub like fries. Include a savoury dip for an extra fun element. In fact, offering a bit of ketchup or mayonnaise for dipping give kids a familiar taste that can encourage them to try something new.

When you’re serving vegetables on a plate for kids, get a bit creative. Make smiley faces or animals by arranging vegetables into little heaps strategically placed on the plate. I know this is something which Jess would love. 

Baked Veggies

You can bake all kinds of vegetables, and they’re a tasty addition to any meal. Try arranging chopped or sliced red peppers on a baking tray, drizzling with olive oil. Then baking them until they’re soft and a little bit charred on the outside.

Baked carrots and parsnips are also delicious, and so is roasted butternut squash. A baked platter of veg such as parsnips, sweet potatoes, peppers and onions makes a tasty and varied accompaniment. You can toss them together with microwaved cauliflower or broccoli rice to create a single side dish. This is something which we may have to do in the future. 

There are lots of ways to make healthier plant-based meals for the family, including using convenience foods. That are healthy but save time chopping and prepping. Introduce changes gradually at meal times, without putting pressure on anyone to eat things they don’t like, and pretty soon you’ll be eating more veg every day.

Do you struggle to get veg on your child’s plates?

Charlotte xx

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Meal Plan 10th May

Today I am going to be sharing with you the meals which we have been consuming this week. I got a lot of inspiration this week from the meal plan linky last week that Katy hosts. Sometimes I would be lost without this linky. This week, of course, has a bank holiday in it which means that we have to feed Jess for another night. I think this is the only difference to a normal week. This weekend I am unsure what we are going to be doing so these meals could end up changing of course. For sure this week, I am looking for to all of the meals which I am going to be making. They are a wide range of different things and I feel like most nights are completely different. So on to the meals which I am going to be consuming this week.

Monday – Creamy Garlic Chicken, this is a meal which we had planned to have last week. However, we ended up going out for my brother’s birthday which I was unsure if we were going to do. This is a meal which I have got from the Pinch Of Nom cookbook which I mentioned in my April Favourites. This is one of the tastiest meals which I think I have cooked from this recipe book. I served this with rice and this is something we all enjoyed. Even Jess managed to eat it all which is always amazing. For sure this is another recipe which I will be making again in the future.

Tuesday- Quiche Lorraine Frittata and New Potatoes.  This is a recipe which I got from Kim. I thought that this was something different from what we normally make. I am going to be making my own quiche for the very first time. I always love to undertake a challenge when it comes to recipes and for sure I think this is going to be. There is likely to be leftovers for sure this is going to be a couple of lunches. For the evening meal, we are going to be having it with herby new potatoes. I will be actually having it with salad when I am going to be using it up.

Wednesday- Mixed Veg Rissotto and Spicy Chicken. This is another recipe which I got Katy’s Linky this one was from Joleisa. This sounds like something different for sure I have made risotto but I am not sure I would have thought of using mixed veg. I love finding new ways of making meals which I have previously. This is a simple meal and for sure this is going to be one which I can see me making again in the future. I can not wait to have this one it is going to be perfect for the summer I am sure.

Thursday- Chicken Fajitas, this is a meal which I adore. We have not had them for a long time so I thought I would add them to our meal plan this week. I am going to season them using spices which we already own instead of actually purchasing a kit. This is going to be interesting to see how this goes. This does mean that I am going to be saving money because the kits can be expensive.  This meal is one of my favorites it is such a classic. It is so simple to make as well and quick which is what we want towards the end of the week when we are tired.

Friday-Fish Burgers and Sweet Potato Fries. I know another week another burger, this is not something we have often. We still have a ton of fish in the freezer which we purchased a reduced price. I am going to turn these into a healthy fish burger which is another healthy alternative. For sure fish burgers are not something which we would order should we be in a restaurant but again I think it was Pinterest which made me want to make this meal. We have decided that we are going to make sweet potato fries instead of normal chips. I will let you know how we get on with this meal.

Saturday- Cheeseburger Pie.  This is a meal which I saw on Katy’s live a few weeks ago. This is something which I would not have seen had it not been for her live. It sounds so different because I know this is something which you would not normally get at a restaurant. If this is a meal which we really enjoy I will share the recipe for it. I feel like this could be the ultimate comfort food and this is something which I need at the moment. Due to my knee and a few other things which are going on I am not feeling amazing. Hopefully, this meal is going to to be one which the whole family enjoy.

Sunday- Taco Hotdogs, Fries and Corn on the cob. This is a meal which I found on Daisies & Pie meal plan.  For sure this is not something which I would have thought about doing either. We have made taco’s a few months ago however, these are on hotdogs. This is one which I am looking forward to and I am sure that Jess and Joe will love this one. I reckon this is another meal which we could see on our meal plans again.

Of course, like every meal plan this is linked up with the amazing Katy. I get a lot of the inspiration from her and the linky which she runs. If you are struggling consuming the same meals I would recommend checking it out. You may find a meal which you love.

What meals are you planning on consuming this week?

Charlotte xxx




Meal Inspiration Monday- Spanish Paella Recipe

Today I am going to be sharing with you a recipe which we have used a couple of times. Paella is something which we have had a lot as ready meals when we used to live in York without a microwave. Recently we though we would make a paella dish because we used to love it so much. This made me search Pinterest for Paella because I want to save money instead of getting a ready meal. This Paella actually made was as nice as the ones which we used to buy.  It of course, is going to be healthier than picking a ready meal up. Today I am going to share the recipe which we used for the Spanish paella.

Ingredient – Serves 6


Large pinch saffron strands

1 Vegetable or Chicken Stock make up 600ML


3 tbsp olive oil

125g Chorizo roughly chopped

500g Boneless, skinless chicken breasts chopped

1 Onion finely chopped

3 Garlic Cloves finely chopped

1 Red Pepper deseeded and finely chopped


2 tsp paprika

250g Spanish Paella Rice

4 Medium Tomatoes roughly chopped

75g Frozen Peas

250g cooked prawns with shells on



  1. Stir the saffron strands into the stock and set aside to infuse while you prepare the rest of the paella.
  2. Heat 1 tbsp oil in large deep frying pan with a lid. Tip in the chorizo and fry for about 3 mins until crisp and the oil has been released.
  3. Remove the chorizo and drain on kitchen paper, leaving the oil in the pan.
  4. Stir the chicken into the pan and fry over a high heat for 7-8 mins until the chicken is cooked through. Transfer the chicken to a bowl and set aside.
  5. Pour another 1 tbsp of oil into the pan, tip in the chopped onion and garlic and stir-fry for 4-5 mins, until softened and just starting to colour.
  6. Stir in the pepper and paprika with the remaining tablespoon of oil and stir-fry for a further 1-2 mins. The pan should have lots of crispy, brown bits on the bottom, which will all add flavour.
  7. With the heat still quite high, quickly stir in the rice so it is well-coated in the oil, then pour in the saffron-infused stock plus 450ml boiling water, scraping up the sticky brown bits from the bottom of the pan with a wooden spoon.
  8. Return the browned chicken pieces to the pan, then add the chopped tomatoes.
  9. Cover the pan and cook on a medium heat for 10 mins, stirring once or twice.
  10. Scatter the peas, prawns and fried chorizo over the top, cover again and leave to cook a further 5 mins, or until the rice is just cooked and most of the liquid in the pan has been absorbed.
  11. Remove the pan from the heat, put the lid on and leave to rest for 5 mins. Stir a few times to mix the ingredients, season to taste.

Have you ever made Paella from scratch?

Charlotte xxx




Meal Plan 3rd May

Wow, another month this does mean that I have been meal planning for 4 whole months. I hope you have enjoyed actually seeing the meals which we have been consuming over that period of time. There has been a wide range of them. Today I am going to be sharing another meal plan this is week is going to be a little bit different. The reason for this is Joe is actually away for a couple of night this week which means that I am going to be eating food on my own. Obviously, I do not want to be cooking as fancy meals so I am going to try and use a few things up which we have in the freezer.  So on with the meals which I am going to be consuming this week.

Monday- Leek and Potato Pie with Chips. This is something which we have had in the freezer for a while. Joe is actually away this evening so I wanted something just for me. I actually purchased this reduced it is a Pukka Pie. I wanted something super simple because it can hurt to stand and cook due to my injured knee. For sure this is something which I enjoyed. Should I be able to purchase another one reduced I would do this. I am sure this is something which Joe would like as well. You could make your own if you really wanted to do this.

Tuesday- Chicken Katsu Curry, this simple meal for us. We picked up a jar in Asda which was reduced I do not know why this was the case. Katsu curry is something which we love consuming. We served this with rice for sure if we can find the jar of sauce in Asda. If we can not we can always make our own Katsu. If you have not tried it for sure it is something which you need to do. I think this is one of my favourite meals which I have had in a long time. The first time I had this was in Waggamamas only about a year or so ago.

Wednesday- Slimming World Ready Meal, I have one of these in the freezer. Again I am on my own however, this is going to make a lot of room in our freezer. There is a lot of packaging on this meal I can not remember what the meal is. It has been in the freezer for a long time and I do want to be rid of this. I think I must have picked it up in Iceland I will report how good these are. I know there is a number of my followers already on slimming world which is amazing.

Thursday- Pork Black Bean Stir Fry,  we have some pork in the freezer and some stir fry sauce. We need a quick meal because Joe may be home late tonight. So we need something which we can do very quick this is going to be a fast but tasty meal. I am unsure what I am going to be adding into this meal. Stir Fry is something which I am looking forward to it is such an easy meal and one which we love. I do not think we have done one with Pork for a long time.

Friday- Buffalo Veggie Burger, this is something I found on Pinterest. Joe has been saying that he fancies a burger for a long time now. It is something which we do not have a lot for some reason. I do love having a fakeaway because it does stop us ordering a takeaway. We are trying to save money and having a fakeaway helps us do this. I think I am thinking I am going to serve this with some chips as well. For sure I think this is one of the meals which I am looking forward to the most this week.

Saturday- Penne Pizza Bake, this is another meal which we found on Pinterest. Pasta is a meal which Jess loves and of course, she does loves pizza as well. For sure, this is one I can not wait to see how it comes out. This could go one or two ways hopefully it is really nice and this is going to be something which I will share with you. Without Pinterest I am unsure where I would actually manage to get half of the inspiration which I do. I would not have thought of doing this myself.

Sunday- Meal out or BBQ, it is my brother’s birthday this week. So my parents, him and one of his friends are coming over. Depending on the weather to what we actually do. If it is warm we are going to do a BBQ like we managed to host at Easter. If we are not lucky enough to have some amazing weather. We will be actually having a meal out somewhere if we do not manage to have a BBQ. It will be nice to see my parents even though it only has been a couple of weeks it is always nice to see my folks.

Of course, like every meal plan this is linked up with the amazing Katy. I get a lot of the inspiration from her and the linky which she runs. If you are struggling consuming the same meals I would recommend checking it out. You may find a meal which you love.

What meals are you planning on consuming this week?

Charlotte xxx




Meal Inspiration Monday- Peri Peri Chicken Slow Cooker

The slow cooker is something which we have been slowly getting back into using. We have been more busy which has mean the use of the slow cooker has been ideal for us. Whether it is a day out and we are getting home a bit late to start preparing a whole meal. So today I am sharing a meal which we had a few weeks ago now. This was a Peri Peri Chicken made in the slow cooker. As you can see we even made the marinade from scratch too.

Ingredient serves – 4

625g boneless skinless chicken thigh cut into large chunks

2 tablespoons olive oil

2 tablespoons red wine vinegar

1 tablespoon tomato puree

1 tablespoon light muscovado sugar

2 teaspoons piri piri spice belnd

1 red onion finely chopped

2 garlic cloves finely chopped

1 red pepper deseeded and diced

1 yellow pepper deseeded and diced

400g can chopped tomatoes

150ml chicken stock

1 tablespoon cornflour

salt and pepper


  1. Put the chicken into a large plastic food bag.
  2. Mix the oil, vinegar, tomato puree, sugar and piri piri together with a small amount of salt and pepper.
  3. Pour the mixture into the plastic bag with chicken.
  4. Then add onions, garlic and peppers. Seal the then shake the contents together to mix. Leave to marinate overnight in the fridge.
  5. Tip the tomatoes in a small saucepan.
  6. Mix the cornflour to a paste with a little bit of cold water. Add the paste into the small saucepan. Bring the mixture to boil and stir.
  7. Tip the mixtures in the large plastic food bag into the slow cooker. Pour over the hot tomato sauce then cover and cook on low for 8-9 hours.
  8. Make sure the peri peri chicken is fully cooked before serving.
  9. You can serve the peri peri chicken with rice or anything you want.

Have ever made peri peri chicken in the slow cooker?

Charlotte xx



Meal Plan 26th April

Another week has past and it’s close to the weekend again. I do not know about you but I feel like I need it after such a busy Easter weekend. This week again has been trying to use things out of the freezer, it is come to the end of the month. We have spent a lot of time and money on the garden which means that we are running a bit low on funds. I have managed to do our weekly shop again for around £25 and this includes the food for the BBQ which we had on Easter Sunday.  So I am going to get on and share the meals which we have been consuming this week.

Monday- Sausage, Pepper and Onions with pasta. This is actually another meal of course we found on pinterest. We had some sausages left over from the BBQ so I thought this was a good meal to use them up. For sure this is something which we would do in the future should we have any sausages.

Tuesday- Herby Chicken wrapped in Bacon with New Potatoes.  I was actually watching Katy Instagram live where she was doing a meal plan. She mentioned that she was going to make this meal.. She actually inspired me to make this meal. It is something which we have done similar of in the past. It sounds like it could be one which we do more as the weather becomes nicer. All you do is slice the chicken in half fill it with herby cheese and wrap bacon around it. For a change we are going to be serving this with new potatoes.

Wednesday- Meatballs and Pasta. I actually made the meatballs a while back and froze them. I think I did this because Joe was not home. There is enough for us both I seem to remember these are the ones which have been filled with mozzarella. We have a pasta sauce which will mean that it’s not dery . I may even purchase a garlic bread to go with it if we fancy it. I love making too much food and then end up freezing them they are great for the end of the month.

Thursday-  Chicken Pad Thai, this is one which we did not get around to consuming last week. I seem to remember one of the meals actually did us two meals. So we decided to move this one across and have it this week. I just need to remember to get the chicken out of the freezer. The other ingredients are actually all going to be still in date so we can still consume.

Friday- Chilli and Lime Cod Fillets, we actually ended out up going out on Good Friday. For a meal with my parents so this is another meal which we did not eat. So I thought that I would make it this week so that no food did go to waste. We do hlasagnaave a lot of fish in the freezer at the moment so they may be more fish meals in the weeks to come. I can not wait for this meal because it is going to be so nice.

Saturday- Pork Steaks with Mushrooms and rice. This is another meal which we actually skipped from a couple of weeks ago. I actually forgot to get them out of the freezer which means that we did not have them. We had sloppy joe’s instead because we had some spare mince. I think this is going to be a good meal and one which Jess is going to eat. It is something different and pork steaks are something we have not had in a long time.

Sunday- Lasagna is another meal which we have not had in what seems like a long time. Watch it now we will have this a couple of times before May is over now. I actually found some mince in the freezer so I came up with this meal. This is something which Jess loves so much so I can not see why she will not clear the plate. No doubt I will make more than we need for this so we can put some in the freezer. I may serve this with garlic bread or some salad.

Of course, like every meal plan this is linked up with the amazing Katy. I get a lot of the inspiration from her and the linky which she runs. If you are struggling consuming the same meals I would recommend checking it out. You may find a meal which you love.

What meals are you planning on consuming this week?

Charlotte xxx



Meal Inspiration Monday- Smoked Haddock Curry

Smoked Haddock is something which Joe and I love. We tend to pick up a lot of the fish which we consume get reduced. This does mean that we are able to add a lot more fish to our diet. This is something which we do actually love. I wanted to get some of it used from the freezer and I knew we had some smoked haddock in. I searched Pinterest and actually found a recipe for Smoked Haddock Curry. This would be great even in the summer months because it is a lot lighter than an normal curry. For sure this is one which I would make again and I know a couple of my friends are dying to try it as well.

Ingredient – Serves 4

1 tablespoon coconut oil

1 large chopped onion

3 chopped garlic cloves

1 thumb-sized piece of fresh ginger, peeled and chopped

1 chilli finely chopped

2 teaspoons ground turmeric

1 teaspoon coriander seeds

1 sweet potato peeled and chopped into 1cm cubes

2 teaspoons fish sauce

400ml coconut milk

250ml white wine

500g skinless smoked haddock cut into large chunks

A handful of spinach


  1. Heat the coconut oil in a large pan then add the onion and garlic. Fry these for a couple of moments over a medium heat.
  2. Add the chilli, coriander seeds, turmeric and continue to fry for another 5 minutes stirring occasionally.
  3. Add the sweet potato, fish sauce, white wine and coconut milk and bring to a simmer. Continue for 12-15 minutes until the sweet potato becomes soft.
  4. Add the haddock to the pan, stir carefully and cook for 4–5 minutes, then add the spinach and season.
  5. Serve with rice or nan bread.

The smoked haddock curry is that simple to make. With all of the prep which you may need to do you can have this done in under 30 minutes. This does mean that you can have it during the week after work. For sure this is a meal which you would be looking forward to coming home to cook.

Have you ever had a smoked haddock curry?

Charlotte xx