Enjoy an easy, healthy dinner with this simple one-tin salmon and broccoli recipe from The Roasting Tin. Served with a lip-smacking ginger, lime and peanut dressing, this dish is bound to become one of your midweek favourites.
CRISPY DUCK. I've always thought one of the best ways to eat duck was as the Chinese do, but I had never thought it would be so easy to cook. I say "cook". I do nothing except cut some fat off the duck and sit it on a rack on a roasting tin and put it in the oven for hours on end. Then, I take it out, set to with some forks and put some shop-bought Chinese pancakes on to steam.
Chocolate Frosted Tray bake traybake tray-bake with frosting. Recipe by The Pink Whisk. The cake my husband and kids ask for ALL the time. Follow her lead bake double the recipe in roasting tin as the regular amount won't last long :)
Mary Berry's Absolute Favourites: Roasted sausage and potato supper
Roasted Sausage and Potato Supper (note: 220 C = 425 degrees) ❊
One-tin Spelt with Chorizo, Sweet Potato, Red Onion & Spinach
If you're in need of a quick, low-maintenance dinner, try this one-pan spelt with chorizo, sweet potato, red onion and spinach recipe from The Roasting Tin. Any leftovers could be easily used in a lunchbox.