|Parsnip soup||For the season of good will||10695||57%|
|basic ragu||perfect tomato ragu every time||3381||0%|
|Iced Fingers||The traditional bakery treat||9147||86%|
|Beef Noodles With Veg And Chillie Sauce||Supernoodles with mixes veg and chillie dipping sauce||3535||50%|
|Minted Pea Risotto||A rich creamy risotto with minted peas||14365||100%|
|Cauliflower Cheese||High class food in 15 minutes||15907||100%|
|Basic Braised Rice||A quick and easy wat to get perfect rice every time||27880||78%|
|Easy Sweet Pastry||A light and sweet, sweet pastry, ideal for fruit tarts,||8795||77%|
|Coffee Cucakes||A smooth and tasty cupcake to wake you up.||3737||87%|
Studentrecipes.com, the user-generated recipe website for students, has reached its 4000 recipe landmark.
Here we go, round two of the student summer detox, this week – lunches. If you tried out a few of the healthy breakfast recipes featured in our most recent blog - still think healthy eating is boring? Didn’t think so, and lunchtimes are about to get healthier and tastier so keep reading!
When it comes to students, it’s safe to say most of us (including myself!) aren’t Michelin starred trained. In fact, most are limited as to what they can do in the kitchen – but you don’t have to be an outstanding chef to be able to cook up something not only delicious but nutritious too.
As many of us are now back at university, a new semester is as good a time as any to try and better yourself in areas that, perhaps in your first semester, were lacking slightly. For example, want to try and improve your attendance or grades? Maybe try and lose some of those pesky pounds you put on over the last few months? Or even being more frugal with your loan?
It’s a new year and a fresh new start. I know a lot of students are getting on the ‘health kick’ bandwagon and are wanting to cook better and healthier meals for themselves to give them that brain power and kick to start the day. By cooking your own meals as a student you can cook in larger batches that can be stored away in the fridge or freezer for a later date. This not only saves students money but also keeps those pesky take-aways at bay that students often delve for when they start to run out of food or money.