Helping you to cook for less with easy-to-follow recipes!
To support you during the cost-of-living crisis, we're launching the SU Kitchen! We'll be posting a collection of easy-to-follow recipes which have been created using cheap, easy to find ingredients in the supermarket. A lot of these recipes can also be batch cooked and frozen to help your money go even further. Please check carefully all ingredients in case of any allergies you may have.
Lentils are a cheap to buy and packed with vitamins and iron and are also a great source of plant-based protein. Download the recipe here
Nigerian noddles is a very simple yet delicious recipe and full of great flavour. Download the recipe here
Simple veggie-laden rice you can whip up in minutes - it's low fat, low calorie and so low effort you'll want to add it to your go-to recipe. Download the recipe here
Is an all-time favourite basic sabzi recipe made with diced potatoes and is a simple recipe made with basic ingredients available at home. Download the recipe here
Consider this your new, go-to waffle recipe when you want to start your day off on a sweet note. Download the recipe here
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