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New Year, New Recipes

New Year, New Recipes

To start off 2016 right, we’ve put together a selection of fantastic new recipes to make achieving your New Year’s resolution of eating healthier much more doable. These tasty recipes are full of delicious goodness and promise to bring new life to classic dishes.

It’s still January, it’s so cold outside, and we bet you are craving something warm and comforting for dinner tonight? Why not try this tempting recipe for a healthier, meat free courgetti bolognese, made using courgettes, mushrooms, onion, celery, and Quorn Meat Free Mince? One portion comes in at under 300 calories, and is four of your five a day. Did we mention that it’s high in protein too?

Our Meat Free Chilli uses cauliflower rice for another healthier twist on a weeknight staple. Wait until you taste the cauliflower rice – it is surprisingly delicious, low in calories and very easy-to make. We plan on making this recipe very soon, and you should too. Find the full list of ingredients here:  http://www.quorn.co.uk/recipes/healthier/quorn-mince-chilli-con-carne-with-cauliflower-rice-healthy/

Treat the whole family to a mouth-watering Italian favourite – lasagne! Our brand new Courgette Lasagne, with Quorn Meat Free Mince, celery and onion uses slices of courgette instead of pasta. Loaded with vegetables, this meal is low in saturated fat, high in protein and again under 300 calories per portion.

We’ve got all the recipes you need for a healthier and tasty 2016, so why not show us your cooking snaps by using #QuornNewRecipes on Twitter @QuornFoods, on Instagram @Quorn_UK or by sharing your culinary delights on our Facebook page and pinning them on our New Recipe Pinterest Board.

So dig in, and here’s to a healthy 2016!

*Quorn Meat Free Mince and Quorn Meat Free Chicken Pieces are a nutritionally healthy protein source. Protein contributes to the growth in and maintenance of muscle mass.