University of Portsmouth
Founder of The Student Food Project | Graphic Design Student at the University of Portsmouth
This recipe for chicken korma only needs 1 pan so saves washing up.
Sweet Potato Wedges
Makes 1 Tray
Make your own sweet potato fries with this easy recipe. Throw these bad boys in the oven as a great side dish.
Fresh Berry Smoothie
This tasty smoothie is a great way to wake yourself up before heading out to a long day of lectures! Oats provide long lasting energy to get you through the morning.
Chicken Tikka Masala
Blueberry and Banana Pancakes
Nothing better than a stack of delicious fluffy pancakes to start your morning.
Easy Chicken and Vegetable Stir Fry
This saucy stir fry is perfect when served with noodles or rice.
Quick and easy quesadillas with a zingy tomato salsa.
Mediterranean Vegetable Couscous
Perfectly roasted vegetables, combined with filling couscous and delicious creamy feta. Perfect for lunch, dinner or both!
Egg and Avocado Toast
A ridiculously simple recipe for an eggcellent weekend breakfast. Definitely worth getting out of bed for.
Veggie Fried Rice
For this recipe you’re going to need some cooked rice. You could use leftovers from previous meals or take-aways.
Potato and Vegetable Curry
This warming and creamy vegetable curry is packed with flavour. With chunky veg and a kick of spice!
Bacon and Pesto Pasta
This delicious pasta dish combines smoky bacon with pesto pasta. We've also thrown in some veggies to keep it nutritious.
Super easy side dish to make this Autumn. Goes great with burgers, wraps or whatever you like.
Pumpkin Spice Popcorn
1 large bowl
Make this pumpkin spice popcorn and watch your favourite Halloween movie.
Chocolate Candy Apples
These chocolatey treats are really easy to make. Perfect for spooky Halloween nights.
Simple Garlic Cheesy Pasta
Basic ingredients and comforting flavours. You'll probably have all these ingredients in the cupboard, so it's perfect to make quickly before a night out or after a busy day at uni.
Chocolate Rice Snacks
Perfect easy recipe for when you fancy a treat. Grab a few simple ingredients and make these chocolatey squares
Super Easy Flatbreads
These are literally so easy. The bases only need 2 ingredients, and you can throw on whatever toppings you like. We've put some suggestions for flavours in the recipe below.
Thai Prawn Noodle Bowl
This is a serious upgrade from instant noodles - but it still super quick to make. Get frozen prawns to keep it cheap.
Spicy Chicken Curry
This curry recipe is so quick and easy, and it's packed with flavour. Add a bit extra curry powder if you like it hot.
Roasted Tomato and Courgette Pasta
This is a delicious vegetarian pasta dish which is super cheap. Great for feeding larger groups of people - just scale up the portion sizes.
Chocolate Cinnamon Rolls
These little chocolate pastries are probably one of the easiest things ever to make. They're ready in minutes, only require a few ingredients and taste awesome.
Breakfast Pastry Tarts
If you can get some ready-rolled puff pastry, this recipe is actually surprisingly easy. Perfect for a lazy weekend brunch when you want something a bit fancy.
Tomato, Mushroom and Spinach Frittata
This frittata is perfect for a healthy cooked breakfast on a lazy weekend morning. We've kept it vegetarian, but you could definitely add some bacon to this.
Smoky Potato Wedges
Throw these potato wedges in the oven for a quick a side to a meal. We recommend trying the honey-mustard dip as well, it's a winner.
Loaded Black Bean Nachos
If you’re going to make nachos, this is the way to do it. Delicious, crunchy nachos with black beans, sweetcorn and guacamole.
Cheesy Pesto Pasta Bake
Pasta bake has always been a student favourite. This recipe uses traditional italian flavours and is really quick to prepare. It's also really easy to scale up the recipe and share with your flatmates.
Spicy Chickpea Curry
This curry is one of the most simple recipes ever. Cook it up in 15 minutes for a hearty midweek meal. Don’t forget to cook some rice to go with it.
Chicken Noodle Stir Fry
Stir frying is one of the quickest ways to make a meal, so this recipe is ideal for when you don’t have much time. You can use whatever vegetables you want - we've gone with carrot, broccoli and bean sprouts.
Sausage and Ratatouille Casserole
This ratatouille all goes in one tray meaning there's less to wash up. Chop everything up, throw it in the oven and tuck in to a heartym nutririous meal.
Cheesy Bean Quesadillas
Quesadillas are awesome because you can fill them with almost anything and they'll still taste amazing. This melty cheese and black bean recipe is one of our favourites - but feel free to mix it up!
Sweet Chilli Prawn Stir Fry
This simple stir fry is packed full of flavour and very quick to make. Perfect for dinner when you're in a rush or before going out.
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