Five simple 10-minute meals that your teens can help cook

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1. Healthy fish fingers

1. Mix 5 tbsp flour, 1 tsp paprika, the zest of half a lemon and salt and pepper in a bowl. 

2. In another bowl, lightly beat two eggs together. Fill a large plate with breadcrumbs (ideally made from three slices of whole-wheat bread).
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2. Creamy bacon pasta

1. Cook whole-wheat penne according to the packet instructions.
2. Snip up rashers of bacon into pieces. In a big pan, fry the bacon in olive oil until just coloured, then stir in in a tub of reduced-fat créme fraîche. Not a bacon fan?

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3. Easy pita pizzas

1. Smear the top of a whole-wheat pitta with sundried tomato purée.
2. Scatter with toppings, like torn mozzarella, sliced mushrooms, halved cherry tomatoes, sweetcorn and grated parmesan. More adventurous eaters can add

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4. Family fajitas 

1. Mush up a soft avocado with the back of a fork and quarter cherry tomatoes. Add a squeeze of lime, some black pepper and a little chopped fresh cilantro to the avocado and set aside.
2. Drain a can of black beans, slic

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5. Sweet potato burgers

1. The night before, bake three sweet potatoes until soft (around 40 mins) and leave to cool overnight.
2. To make the burgers, fry a red onion and a red chilli (de-seeded so it isn't too spicy) in olive oil, until softened.<

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