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One Pan Full Monty Breakfast

This is the ultimate breakfast, though we’d happily eat it at any time of day. To keep your morning as chilled as possible, get your oven to do all the hard work for you. Place everything in your largest dish, bung in the oven – et voilà! In a matter of minutes (13, to be exact), a delicious meal awaits. For the avo fans among you, chop up some avocado and add on top when it’s cooked.

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Chicken Tinola

Introducing Chicken Tinola, a favourite dish of the Philippines and a taste of our childhood. This soupy stew is great for restoring one's health - homemade chicken stock is key. Onions, garlic and ginger are added before being topped up with chicken and veg. Serve with a squeeze of lemon juice for an immune-boosting dish that is flavoursome, soothing and warming.

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Huevos Rancheros with Guacamole

We love pasture reared eggs for breakfast, lunch and supper and this satisfying dish also makes a favourite weekend brunch. It comes together in no time at all, leaving you plenty of time to potter around, read the papers, and relax. The fiery rich red sauce with the cool and creamy smashed avocado is a delicious combo. From our bestselling second cookbook Good + Simple, and as seen in Eating Well with Hemsley + Hemsley, Mondays at 8pm on Channel 4 - starting 2016, May 9.

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Cinnamon Banana Bread

Everyone loves banana bread, it makes a sweet and satisfying breakfast or snack. Slather with butter and a dollop of homemade chia jam for a real tea-time treat. As seen in our Channel 4 series Eating Well with Hemsley + Hemsley.

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Lamb Meatballs and Cauliflower Tabbouleh

We've turned a classic Middle Eastern tabbouleh into a gluten-free delight that will have most dinner guests (and children) fooled! The rich flavours of lamb work well with the zesty salad but beef is good too. This is a whole new way to enjoy cauliflower! From our bestselling cookbook The Art Of Eating Well, which includes recipes from the Channel 4 series Eating Well with Hemsley + Hemsley.

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Pablo’s Chicken

The Hemsley + Hemsley answer to fried chicken, free from breadcrumbs and vegetable oil but crunchy, crispy, succulent and delectable. It’s called Pablo’s Chicken after our cousin’s boyfriend who’s a huge fan and didn’t think we could recreate a healthy version but was very pleasantly surprised! Our baked version is almond crusted, unbelievably good and a hit at any dinner or picnic we take it to.

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Acai Berry Breakfast Bowl

Acai are purple berries from Brazil that are very high in antioxidants. We like to enjoy their goodness in this cool, creamy breakfast that's perfect on a hot summer’s day when you are fully awake and ready for something refreshing. From our bestselling cookbook The Art Of Eating Well, which includes recipes from the Channel 4 series Eating Well with Hemsley + Hemsley

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Chocolate Molten Pots and Chocolate Fig Pudding

Craving the Chocolate Fig Pudding from Channel 4’s Eating Well With Hemsley + Hemsley? Look no further we’ve got the recipe right here. This flourless chocolate pudding from The Art of Eating Well is gooey, dense and tastes utterly decadent but is one of Hemsley and Hemsley’s healthy treats. You can also make this pudding into individual molten chocolate pots, perfect for those days when you don’t feel like sharing your dessert.

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Gingernut Biscuits

If you don't already know - ginger is a winner! Throughout the world, this incredible root is enjoyed as a delicacy, medicine, or spice. Our gingernut biscuits with ground almonds, dried ginger and date syrup are deliciously chewy and crisp round the edges. Full of spice and just enough sweetness.

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Beef Ragu with Courgetti

Episode 2 of Eating Well With Hemsley + Hemsley sees us rustle up our signature spiralized dish. This is the new way to spaghetti bolognese! For our Beef Ragu with Courgetti, we like to squeeze in as many vegetables as possible to make the meaty sauce go further, even using courgettes again and carrots for added sweetness. It’s also a good place to hide a nutritious chicken liver – finely dice and cook the liver with the sauce for a rich flavour.

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