Seasonal eating has many benefits – it saves you money, allows you to exploit fresh produce when it’s at its nutritional best and naturally promotes a varied diet.

We’ve showcased this season’s very best with recipes like our red cabbage & cauliflower dhal. So, whether its warming, comfort food like our balsamic beef stew with veggie mash, or seasonal produce that’s the hero ingredient of a dish, such as the beetroot in our cheat’s biryani or the kale in our creamy pasta – we’ve got you covered.

We all know weekday nights can be hectic so when simplicity is key, our piri-piri chicken with smashed sweet potatoes & broccoli is the ideal solution, taking just 20 minutes to prepare, it contributes two of your five-a-day and is sure to be a crowd-pleaser. Busy weeknight suppers often need planning ahead and both our sausage & leek mash pie and coconut & kale fish curry freeze well, making them great options when time is short.

November comfort meal plan
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  • Red cabbage, cauliflower & coconut dhal served in a bowl

    Red cabbage, cauliflower & coconut dhal

    A star rating of 4.7 out of 5.34 ratings

    Use up your leftover red cabbage and cauliflower at Christmas to make this easy dhal with coconut. It's satisfying, healthy and full of nutrients

  • Cheat’s beetroot biriyani in a saucepan

    Cheat’s beetroot biriyani

    A star rating of 4.5 out of 5.44 ratings

    Cook this beetroot biriyani and freeze the leftovers for busy weeknights. With colourful beetroot taking centre stage, it's full of spices and is a flavourful dish

  • Coconut & kale fish curry in a large bowl

    Coconut & kale fish curry

    A star rating of 4.8 out of 5.34 ratings

    Batch-cook this easy kale, cod and king prawn curry and freeze in portions for busy weeknights. With a coconut milk base and spices, it's full of flavour

  • Sausage & leek mash pie served in a casserole dish

    Sausage & leek mash pie

    A star rating of 4.7 out of 5.131 ratings

    Enjoy sausages and kale with a cheesy mash topping made with leeks and mustard. You can freeze this pie for busy weeknights when you need to feed a crowd

  • Creamy pesto & kale pasta served in a bowl

    Creamy pesto & kale pasta

    A star rating of 4.1 out of 5.73 ratings

    Enjoy our creamy pesto and kale pasta as a tasty and nutritious supper. Make it with just a handful of ingredients and storecupboard staples

  • Balsamic beef stew with veggie mash and broccoli on two plates

    Balsamic beef stew with veggie mash

    A star rating of 4.3 out of 5.23 ratings

    Get all five of your five-a-day in this tasty balsamic beef stew accompanied by the ideal comfort food – a veggie mash – perfect for chilly weather

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