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Spice Pots - All Things Fish!

A L L  T H I N G S  F I S H It is recommended we eat F I S H at least 2 times a week as part of healthy diet. Fish is probably the best source of omega 3 fatty acids which are incredibly important for maintaining a healthy body and brain. Rich in minerals, vitamin D and calcium too. We have lots of different and delicious recipes to help ensure you include fish as part of a healthy eating plan. All our Spice Pot blends work really well with fish for maximum flavour and health benefits. Our recipes are really simple to follow using very basic ingredients - ideal for quick mid-week dinners and many are...

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Spice Pots Top 7 Work Lunches

During the colder months, I like to have something hot to eat at the office as I tend to get cold sitting behind my computer all day!  As I'm also trying to eat less bread, I find the combination of a warming soup and a hearty salad does the job of keeping me full until I get home for dinner. S O U P S All these recipes are simple and delicious.  Why not play around with our blends to see which is your favorite combination of spices?  I have a food flask which keeps these warm until lunchtime or take to work in a plastic tub and heat up in a microwave if there is one. Roast Vegetable Soup,...

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Store cupboard and Freezer Essentials to ensure quick, no fuss midweek meals

A well-stocked store cupboard and freezer will ensure you can whip up speedy midweek meals with the minimum of effort.  Paired with our store cupboard recipe ideas, you can avoid going shopping during the week when we are all short on time.  Also, brilliant if you get snowed in (as we did last year) or you live in a rural area with limited access to the shops. Store Cupboard Essentials Spice Pots!  If you have the full range, you can cook a huge variety of meals. Korma ·Bhuna ·Goan ·Tandoori Masala ·Sweet Blend Balsamic Vinegar Dijon or wholegrain mustard Soy Sauce Couscous Lentils (red and brown) Rice Tinned chickpeas Tinned tomatoes Coconut Milk Dried noodles Tinned cannelloni / butter beans / kidney...

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Need some menu inspiration for your next party? Indian Food is always a winner.

The hardest thing, for me, when I've got people coming for lunch or dinner is deciding on what to cook. I had my brothers and their families round for Sunday lunch recently and I didn't want to do a roast as I needed to prepare most of it the day before. I stuck to what I know best, Indian food. We skipped the starter as I knew the main course would be very filling. The Main Event: Slow Cooked Goan Beef, Medium Slow cooked (all ingredients from raw) for 8 hours on low Smooth Chicken Korma (curry without bits) as there were fussy children there Delicious Matar Paneer for some colour Tarka Daal - I didn't have enough onions to make...

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