Super Simple Supper

At the end of a long day, you want nothing more than a great meal, right? And you’re the best chef around! Luckily there are some great simple and quick recipes you can rustle up in minutes. So pin them up on the wall and see how it goes.

At the end of a long day, you want nothing more than a great meal, right? And you’re the best chef around! Luckily there are some great simple and quick recipes you can rustle up in minutes. So pin them up on the wall and see how it goes.
Every recipe here starts the same way: gather up those ingredients. That’s not the most important part, though. No, put love into it. Get your kids involved in making them, just keep the sharp knives out of the way! Things will get messy, so don’t worry, Tide is there to clean up those clothes after they get dirty.
Penne Arrabiata
Italiano! Pasta has to be the savior of the modern kitchen, and this quick and easy recipe will get your saliva flowing, just don’t dribble on yourself, that’s unsightly.
Ingredients:
extra virgin olive oil
penne pasta
tomato sauce
onion
garlic
fresh basil
chili
Slice those onions up and chuck ‘em into a hot pan with a dash of oil. Sauté them until they’re transparent and throw in some crushed garlic. Soon after, lob in the tomato sauce and boil it up. When those bubbles are appearing, add salt and pepper, and take it off the heat. As it cools, add some fresh basil.
If you want, add some chili, but you need to be careful with hot spices and children. Add a bit more fun to it, too, with some tuna, chicken, or even turkey, and serve with freshly cooked al-dente penne.

Super Simple Supper

Tortellini with vegetables
Otherwise known as belly buttons, frozen or chilled tortellini is a one of the best quick fixes for an evening. So chuck in some extra veg and feast away on your little navels.
Ingredients:
frozen cheese/meat tortellini
fresh or frozen veggies: peas, green beans, carrots anything you have
garlic
butter
Parmesan cheese
Chuck those tortellini pockets into salty, boiling water and then add in your veggies. Don’t let them get soggy like the sock stuck to the washing machine door, leave them fresh and crisp. Crush some garlic and fry it in butter, drain the tortellini and veggies and serve it all together. Delicious.
Chicken Couscous
A hidden gem of the kitchen. Couscous should really be as flexible as salt (well, maybe not that ubiquitous, but you get the point).
Ingredients:
chicken breast
Butter or olive oil
onion
garlic
peas
couscous
lemon juice
salt, pepper
Melt that butter up and fry the chicken in it. Keep going until the meat is getting nice and brown and then add the veggies. Mix it all together, searing those vegetables up, and then turn down the heat and whacking a lid on.
Boil some water and cook the couscous before draining and mixing everything together into a big pan of delicious, leave to cool, sprinkle lemon juice on it and enjoy.
Simple, easy, healthy and delicious: what more could you want after a long day!