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Celebrity Chef Ainsley Harriott teamed up with 'On Camp with Kelly' to educate athletes and young people attending university about the importance of good nutrition for physical and mental performance. Ainsley demonstrated six delicious recipes for quick, cheap and healthy dishes which you can download here.

 

Bolognese Sauce - Ainsley says…

 

“There’s no doubt that making an authentic Bolognese sauce can take a bit of time which is why I’ll always make a large quantity so that I can freeze it in smaller batches. A little of this sauce goes a long way as the sauce should just coat the pasta nicely. It can also be adapted to make chilli and cottage pie.”

 

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Spiced chicken with raita couscous - Ainsley says…

 

“Couscous is the one of those things I always like to have in my store cupboard. It literally takes minutes to cook; try stirring in a can of chickpeas for extra texture, protein and carbohydrate.”

 

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Cheat’s Fish Pie - Ainsley says…

 

“This recipe is incredibly easy to make and literally takes minutes to prepare. If you don’t want to make the sauce you can use a 300ml tub of fresh three-cheese sauce, usually used for pasta.”

 

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Energy Bars - Ainsley says…

 

“I’ve called these energy bars because energy is exactly what they will give you – packed with vitamins, minerals, such as zinc and iron, essential fatty acids, fibre and carbohydrates. They are also very tasty and will be a great hit with all the family.”

 

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Blueberry Ripple - Ainsley says…

 

“This is the most wonderful quick and easy pudding that only has five ingredients. I love the taste of blueberries and they are full of antioxidants but of course you could replace them with blackberries, blackcurrants or raspberries.”

 

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Creamy muesli with fresh fruit and nuts - Ainsley says…

 

“This is a great way to start the day. Soaking the oats the night before only takes seconds; you just have to remember to do it! Of course you could use dried fruits instead of the fresh berries, such as raisins, sultanas, banana chips and/or dates.”

 

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