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You don’t have to be a vegetarian to enjoy meat-free meals - and this is a great example of a tasty and filling vegetarian option.
This variation on a fish pie is substantial and filling plus the smoked haddock adds a depth of flavour to the overall dish. Check for bones before breaking up the fish flesh.
This is a simple recipe for a versatile dish which makes a great brunch with a tossed salad. It’s equally good as a tapas-style treat and can also be chilled and eaten cold.
The sauce makes all the difference with this steak dish – ideal for a dinner party or family meal as the recipe doubles well for a larger number of people. Delicious served with dauphinoise potatoes and green vegetables.
What could be easier yet so comforting for a quick family meal using store cupboard and fridge ingredients? Serve with salad and some fresh, crusty bread.
A delicious and hearty risotto is perfect for warming up a winter’s night. Great for using up leftover turkey –or turkey steaks are just as good.
The variations on this simple dish are endless so use your favourite combinations once you‘ve mastered the method. The potatoes can be baked in the oven or cooked in the microwave for speed.
A deliciously spiced pumpkin cake, irresistible with decadently rich cream cheese icing.
A simple dish that is often overlooked for its simplicity. This recipe uses frozen ingredients making it very easy to put together for a midweek meal. If you are using frozen lamb, defrost beforehand.
The simple and fresh flavours of this dish give it a depth of taste in a tart that can be enjoyed immediately it is cooked, with a green salad, or baked in advance for a tasty lunch or snack.
Sweet potatoes are the ingredient of the moment - not only do they taste great in these muffins but they add a delightful orange colour, too.
This hearty stew spiced with Worcestershire sauce and thyme is a real winter warmer and you can vary it according to the cuts available.