Mince is a versatile family meal. You can make many different tasty meals the whānau will love by simply changing the way you serve it! From spaghetti bolognese, cottage pie, lasagne or toasties, this basic mince recipe means a tasty family meal is never far away.
This curry makes a quick weekday meal. Leftovers taste great the next day.
Got leftover mince from last night's dinner? Here are some quick ideas for turning it into a meal.
Don’t miss out on getting the best start to your day. Breakfast is important for the whole whānau.
Snacks don't need to come in packets. The best snacks are the ones you prepare yourself. Snacks made at home can be tasty, low-cost, healthy and easy to prepare. Check out these ideas.
A warm and filling meal that serves six.
These are a great addition to any lunchbox or a tasty treat at children’s parties and family get-togethers. Toppings can easily be changed to suit. Get the kids to help grate and spread toppings - or even design their own unique topping combinations.
Want an easy way to help your family be healthy? Choose water or milk for your family instead of fizzy drinks or fruit juice.
If you have trouble cutting pumpkin, try cooking it in the microwave for three minutes. This will soften it enough to easily remove the skin and make it much easier to chop up.
A super quick, super tasty stir-fry that you can whip up in 20 minutes!
Make a little bit of chicken go further. This is a great meal to get ready in the morning or the night before - keep in the fridge until you are ready, then put in the oven when you are ready to go.
Eating healthy doesn't have to cost a lot. There are many foods really good for you and your family to eat, such as rice, pasta, oats and wheat biscuits, that are good value for money. Buying fresh fruits and vegetables at your local market is another way to feed your family well and save money.