1. Classic tomato
The cold days are here, and a classic tomato soup is a great winter warmer and an essential recipe for a life without canned goods.
2. Pizza dough
Takeaway pizzas are high in calories and fat, so making your own pizza dough and adding fresh and healthy toppings is a must.
3. Salad dressings
Salad can be served up as a side for every dish, so getting a few dressing recipes under your belt will enable you to ditch expensive bottled alternatives.
Guacamole is perfect for dipping nachos and filling tasty burritos and fajitas. It can also be whipped up in a pinch.
5. Ultimate roast
There will come a time when you will need to continue the tradition of cooking a delicious roast on a Sunday or even weekdays. You will also be able to host at Christmas.
6. Shepherd’s pie
Classic comfort food with a mince base and crusty potato top layer. This is a real crowd-pleaser and is ideal for large groups and families.
7. Spaghetti Bolognese
Learning basic mince recipes before you are 30 is a must, and spaghetti Bolognese is a tasty alternative to shepherd’s pie if you prefer an Italian twist.
8. Asian noodles
Noodle dishes are low in fat and perfect for when you don’t have a mass of ingredients available. Spice it up with chilies and tasty broths.
9. Stir fry
A prawn or chicken stir-fry is a quick and healthy option for mid-week meals.
Shrove Tuesday rolls around ever February, so you need to be prepared for a pancake blow-out.
11. Baked fish
Packing more fish into your diet is always a good thing, and slow-baked fish in the oven is a doddle to cook.
12. Chocolate cake
Bake Off-inspired cakes and treats are in vogue, so expand your repertoire with a tasty chocolate cake.
13. English breakfast
It might not be the healthiest, but a classic English breakfast will set you up perfectly for the day ahead.
14. Scrambled eggs
Whether you need a quick breakfast or dinner, scrambled eggs can be a lifesaver.
15. Mashed potatoes
Mixing butter and cream into mashed potatoes makes the difference, and they are a great side for many meals.
16. Green beans
It is important not to boil your veg if you want maximum nutrients. Crunchy is the way forward for all green beans.
17. Sautéed greens
You need to supplement standard veg with leafy greens such as spinach, broccoli, and chard.
18. Poached salmon
Salmon is great for boosting energy levels, and poached is the best way to cook it.
Another classic dish that is flexible and easy to cook.
Medium-to-rare is the best, and never well-done. Cooking a great steak is a must before you’re 30.
21. Chicken pot pie
Stand out from the crowd at dinner parties with mini chicken pot pies.
22. Chicken curry
Everyone should learn at least one delicious curry dish.
23. Homemade burgers
Forget McDonald’s – make a gourmet burger at home with fresh meat, cheese, and rocket.
24. Chilli con Carne
Another quick and easy classic, authentic chili is perfect any time of the year.
25. Victoria sponge
Perhaps the simplest cake to make, and easy to eat after lunch or for dessert.
Homemade pesto can transform an otherwise bland pasta dish.
The final Italian classic that you should look too perfect. Gooey and delicious.
28. Potatoes au gratin
A staple of French cuisine and a great way to impress guests and loved ones.
29. Fish pie
Combine your fish, potato and sauce skills for an all-around tasty meal.
30. Apple crumble
Perfect on a Sunday night with custard or cream. Experiment with other fruits.
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