10 Recipes Students Need To Master
We’ve prepared a collection of some of our favourite recipes that are super simple to cook. With little prep time these recipes are undoubtedly a big hit. They are also deliciously healthy (an added bonus!). Don’t worry it’s not just salads…we have some other yummy things too.
This yummy smoothie is perfect if you’re feeling a little run down or have the famous ‘freshers flu’ (it really exists!). It’s also really healthy and will give you a boost of energy.
It’s really quick to make (10 minutes approx).
Source: Jamie Oliver
If you have little time on your hands then this four step chicken stir-fry is a great recipe to try! Its tasty but also high in protein and the ingredients are likely to be in your fridge.
This pasta dish is an added variety to your normal pasta dish. It has really simple instructions to follow and is great for cheap dinner parties!
Gooey and sticky, these bars are always a hit! They only use four ingredients and are great when you are in need of a sweet treat.
This soup is a good dish to try now that we are nearing the colder period. Healthy and full of vitamins to fight colds and flu.
If you have never made risotto then this is a must do! It’s filling but also delicious and it’s great if you want to cook as a group. Don’t be put off if you’re a vegetarian as you can add other veggies like asparagus and it still tastes incredible.
This is probably one of the easiest recipes to try. It looks complicated and professional but if you read the instructions carefully you will have the perfect dish.
If you’re looking for a healthy, utterly addictive treat, this super food quinoa square is naturally full of goodness.
This recipe is superb and the best thing about it is that it only takes 20 mins. The difference in quality from a home-made burger is unreal! You definitely have to try this one!
Salads don’t always have to be boring; with this simple recipe you can create amazing flavours with only a few ingredients. It’s very low in calories and provides good sources of Vitamin B and Potassium.
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