Nadiya’s Time to Eat episode 3: With unsociable working hours, busy lifestyles and complicated family routines, it is not always easy to make time to cook delicious meals. Nadiya Hussain comes to the rescue with time-saving recipes and ingenious kitchen tips to make sure that everyone has more time to spend doing the things they love, with the people they love.
In the third episode, Nadiya shares her favourite time-saving recipes to ensure an easy end to a hectic day. A bright and zingy beetroot pasta, cooked in under 15 minutes, is a blissfully simple supper for when you are flagging, while a fresh and punchy salmon poke bowl, packed with creamy avocado, pickled red cabbage and crunchy nuts is a delicious, nutritious remedy to a manic day. And a cheat’s guide to an outrageously easy and decadent chocolate mousse frees up precious time to do the things you enjoy, or just put your feet up.
On the stunning west coast of Scotland, Nadiya joins the team at the country’s oldest independent salmon farm to see how they produce the nation’s most popular fish. And in Monmouthshire, Nadiya goes to the rescue of a time-poor trucker, who starts his day at 3am, with a stress-free recipe that cuts his kitchen time in half, freeing up precious time to spend with his family.
Nadiya’s Time to Eat episode 3 – Easy End of Days
Salmon poke bowls
Trendy poke bowls have all the deliciousness of sushi but in a bowl, which means there’s more of it! With a sticky rice base, they can be topped with fresh ingredients, or leftovers from the fridge – make it colourful, make it delicious, make it yours.
Chocolate hazelnut mousse
This is the simplest mousse, and we all need a quick mousse recipe for when we want dessert or something sweet.
Beetroot and feta pasta
All you need for this is a blender, smoothie maker or food processor – and the only cooking is for the pasta. This tastes delicious, but my goodness, the colour!