This spicy carrot and lentil soup uses chicken stock made when processing a roast chicken carcass. The stock brings a great deal of flavour to the soup.
This recipe is from a series showing how 1 medium chicken can be used to make 7 different frugal chicken recipes and feed your family for a week!
Chicken pizza, with onions and peppers – one of a series of recipes to make one chicken last a family a whole week
A delicious tart made with chicken, onion and sweetcorn. Part of a series to see how many many portions I could get from 1 chicken
Chicken and vegetable risotto made from leftover roasted chicken, red pepper, and pak choi. Made without wine
How to stretch a chicken to feed the family for the whole week with 7 different budget stretching chicken recipes
A versatile couscous salad that can use up all kinds of bits and pieces – add some more protein too if you like
Decadently extravagant, deliciously creamy and very tasty – but still less than 50p a portion! Creamy leeks with acid pops from cranberries, topped with a walnutty crumble.
The flavour of the sauce is thick and intense with the tomato paste and olives, a strong taste which I really enjoyed
Tomato dhal and rice, quick, versatile, very cheap, and easy – what’s not to like?
Wanted to try a couscous salad that I have been doing for a while and see if I could get it sub 50p. Well, it worked out at 71p for the dish in the picture, and there is plenty there for two, so 35p each, billy bargain 🙂
They are deeply savoury, crispy on the outside, soft on the inside. VERY moreish, so you might like to make a couple of extra slices!