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Health Eating for under a £5.00

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Clairedaz Sat 09-Aug-08 15:55:16

Does anyone know of any good websites - need some suggestions to help me cook meals that not only adults will eat but also children.

iamdingdong Sat 09-Aug-08 16:05:40


iamdingdong Sat 09-Aug-08 16:06:48

not sure how that will link for you - there are recipes for ech month, some better than others!

ThatBigGermanPrison Sat 09-Aug-08 16:09:01

Chicken thighs, potatoes and carrots. Skin the thighs and bake them in the oven, steam the carrots and potatoes.

'Value' white frozen fish fillets. This is usually pollack. Bake in the oven with lime juice and pepper, and serve with noodles, and stirfried onions and broccoli

Cowboy casserole - turkey mince in a saucepan with a tin of baked beans, a tin of tomatoes and a dash of worcestershire sauce. serve with mash and frozen peas.

Clairedaz Sat 09-Aug-08 16:20:24

Checked out the sainsbos website but is there anywhere that actually gives you costing?

iamdingdong Sat 09-Aug-08 16:22:44

the link was to the feed your family for a fiver section, though it may not have come out like that, they may just link to home page - go to recipes, then feed your family for a fiver section

iamdingdong Sat 09-Aug-08 16:23:41

then if you like a recipe you can clikc on buy ingredients and see the costs, then buy elsewhere if cheaper!

MrsMattie Sat 09-Aug-08 16:24:01

Have a look here and here

loads of stuff on the web

MrsMattie Sat 09-Aug-08 16:24:59

Sainsbos link here

Clairedaz Sat 09-Aug-08 16:29:49

Thanks to all - had a look at the links and this is exactly what I'm after.

ThatBigGermanPrison Sat 09-Aug-08 16:31:24

Use the Sainbury's recipes and buy the ingredients at Asda.

Clairedaz Sat 09-Aug-08 16:32:47

May even look at Lidls - not tight but can't believe how much food has increased.

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