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Cook once, eat twice: Summer

When the sun is out, who wants to spend every night indoors cooking? With our simple recipes you'll only need to cook once to get two delicious dinners, or spin it into lunch for the next day.

  1. Cauliflower pasta sauce

    Blitz up cauliflower with olive oil and stock to make a silky sauce that’s perfect for pasta. Enjoy the rest of the sauce as the base of a summery chickpea stew, with a homemade watercress and walnut pesto drizzled on top – yum!

  2. Spanish-style stew

    Turn a smoky stew into a punchy pastry filling with our double-duty recipe. Made with peppers, chorizo and olives, this Spanish-style stew tastes great loaded on top of baked sweet potatoes. Use any leftovers to stuff into puff pastry with feta and serve alongside a fresh summer salad.

  3. Epic potato salad

    Potato salad gets a glow up in this epic recipe. Spuds are roasted until nice and crispy, then they're tossed with radishes, asparagus, peas and punchy Greek salad cheese for a fresh twist on a classic. Any leftover potatoes make a brilliant hash with bacon and fried eggs.

  4. Cauliflower and pea curry

    A quick ‘n’ easy veggie curry is a great midweek staple and this cauliflower and pea curry recipe is ready in just 30 mins. Turn leftovers into a samosa tart with crispy filo pastry base and punchy coriander yogurt for a delicious lunch.

  5. Harissa roasted cauliflower

    Create an impressive feast with a middle-eastern inspired harisssa whole roasted cauliflower, then stir it into spicy tomato pasta another day.

  6. Chana masala curry with rice

    With chickpeas in a mild tomato sauce, this warming curry can be transformed into lunchtime wraps for the family to enjoy the next day. Simply stuff your leftover chana masala into tortillas with cooling raita for a delicious vegan double-up meal.

  7. Lamb and spinach meatballs

    Whip up some deliciously savoury lamb and spinach meatballs with couscous and turn one meal into two with easy Greek salad wraps the next day.