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Take your day from good to great with a delicious homemade lunch.

Gone are the days of queuing for the communal microwave or fighting over the last fork in the office (where do they go?). Working from home means access to an actual kitchen and time to whip up a mouth-watering treat. Expand your recipe repertoire and make your lunch break the best part of your day with the recipes and books below.

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Chicken noodle stir-fry

With black bean sauce and tenderstem broccoli. 

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Venus bars

A delicious and healthy sweet treat from Smart Snacks. 

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One-bowl mushroom spaghetti

Try this quick and easy recipe from Everyday Thermo Cooking.

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Broccoli and cheddar pot pie

A heart-warming, cheesy dish from Rosie Mansfield’s cookbook Food Hacker.

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Angry bean salad

With warm arrabbiata dressing, chilled baby mozzarella and fresh mint.

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Croque monsieur

A crisp, toasted sourdough sandwich put together quickly with a little béchamel.

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Iranian herb fritters

An appetising vegetarian side from Ottolenghi SIMPLE – perfect for brunch.

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Cauliflower, pomegranate and pistachio salad

Ottolenghi delivers a delicious, fresh salad that’s easy to prepare from Ottolenghi SIMPLE.

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Sesame bars

A super simple, no-bake power snack from DK’s Low Carb on the Go.

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