American Blue-cheese Dressing. Gratin of Eggs with Peppers and Chorizo. Begin by preparing all the ingredients.
Remove the skin from the chorizo and slice it into ¼ inch (5 mm) rounds. The onion needs to be peeled, sliced in half and then each half sliced as thinly as possible so you end up with little half-moon shapes. Remove the stalk from the pepper and then halve it, scooping out the seeds. Slice it first into quarters and then each quarter into thin slices. Seared Salmon Fillets with Puy Lentil Salsa. First make the salsa: strip the leaves off the coriander stalks and reserve them for later.
Then tie the stalks together with a small piece of string, pop them into a medium saucepan along with the lentils and add 8 fl oz (225 ml) water but no salt at this stage. Bring everything up to a gentle simmer and simmer, covered, for 30-35 minutes or until the lentils are tender but still have some bite and retain their shape. The water will then have been absorbed. While the lentils are cooking, skin the tomatoes by pouring boiling water on to them. After 1 minute remove them and slip the skins off, then halve and squeeze out the seeds. Liver with Crisp-Fried Onions. Smoked Haddock with Spinach and Chive Butter Sauce. First you need to make the Hollandaise sauce: place the butter in a small saucepan and let it melt slowly. Meanwhile, blend the egg yolks and seasoning in a liquidiser or food processor.
You can also watch How to Separate Eggs, and how to make the Hollandaise (in the Separate Ways with Eggs lesson), in our Cookery School Videos on the right. Italian Stuffed Aubergines. First of all, wipe the aubergine and trim off the stalk end, then use the very sharpest knife you have to cut it lengthways into 8 thin slices about ¼ inch (5 mm) thick.
When you get to the bulbous sides these slices should be chopped into small pieces and kept aside for the filling. Now arrange the slices of aubergine in rows on the baking sheet, then brush each slice lightly with olive oil and season with salt and pepper. Pop them into the oven on a high shelf and let them pre-cook for 15 minutes, by which time they will have softened enough for you to roll them up easily. Next pour boiling water on the tomatoes and after 1 minute drain and slip the skins off. Char-grilled Tuna with Warm Coriander and Caper Vinaigrette. Spanish Chicken with Butter Beans, Chorizo and Tomatoes. First of all, begin by cooking the butter beans.
Place the soaked and drained beans in a pan with the sprigs of thyme and 1 of the bay leaves and cover with water. Bring to simmering point and then cover with a lid and simmer the beans for 45 minutes to 1 hour or until the beans are tender. Meanwhile, prepare the vegetables. Begin by peeling the onion and carrots and finely chopping them. Next, take the tough green ends off the leek, then make a vertical split halfway down the centre and run it under cold water to rid it of any hidden grit. Roquefort and Leek Tart. Asian Steak Sandwiches. Stir-fried Rice with Egg and Spring Onions. First, warm the frying pan over a medium heat, next, add the rice, then add 8 fl oz (225 ml) boiling water along with the salt, stir once only, then cover with a lid.
Turn the heat to its lowest setting and let the rice cook gently for exactly 15 minutes. Don't remove the lid and don't stir the rice during cooking, because this is what will break the grains and release their starch, which makes the rice sticky. After 15 minutes, tilt the pan to check that no liquid is left; if there is, pop it back on the heat for another minute. When there is no water left in the pan, take it off the heat, remove the lid and cover with a clean tea cloth for 5-10 minutes, then transfer the rice to a dish and fluff it lightly with a fork and allow it to become completely cold. When you are ready to stir-fry, heat half the oil in the frying pan and when it's really hot, quickly fry the onions for 3 minutes, moving them around in the pan until they are tinged brown. Winter Vegetable Pie with a Parmesan Crust. First of all place the butternut squash, celeriac, carrots and leeks in a steamer (the sweet potato is added later on).
Pour in some boiling water from the kettle, add the freshly grated nutmeg and some salt, then cover and steam the vegetables for 10 minutes. Now add the chunks of sweet potato and steam for another 10 minutes, or until the thickest parts of the root vegetables feel tender when tested with a skewer. Then tip all the vegetables into a large bowl and allow them to cool.
Meanwhile, make the sauce and the pastry. Smoked Salmon Pink 'Uns. Chicken with Sherry Vinegar and Tarragon Sauce. This is my adaptation of a classic French dish called poulet au vinaigre.
It's very simple to make: the chicken is flavoured with tarragon leaves and simmered in a mixture of sherry vinegar and medium sherry without a lid, so that the liquid cooks down to a glossy, concentrated sauce. Serve with some well-chilled Fino sherry as an apéritif. Serves 4 This recipe is taken from Delia Smith’s Summer Collection and The Delia Collection: Chicken. Braised Lamb with Flageolet Beans.
Though neck fillet of lamb is quite an economical cut, it provides very sweet meat that responds perfectly to long, slow cooking and if you add pre-soaked dried green flageolets to cook alongside it these, too, absorb all the sweet flavours of the lamb, garlic and herbs, making this an extremely flavoursome and comforting winter warmer.
Serves 4 This recipe is taken from Delia Smith’s Winter Collection You need to start this recipe by soaking the beans. Bubble and Squeak Rösti. First scrub the potatoes, then place them in a medium saucepan with a little salt.
Pour boiling water over to just cover them, then simmer gently with a lid on for 8 minutes. Drain the potatoes, then, while they are cooling, remove any stalks from the spring greens or cabbage and finely shred the leaves into ¼ inch (5 mm) slices. This is easy if you form them into a roll and then slice them. Drop the spring greens or cabbage into boiling water for 2 minutes only, then drain and dry well. When the potatoes have cooled, peel them, then, using the coarse side of a grater, grate them into a bowl. Mixed-leaf Caesar Salad. First make the croutons: place the cubes of bread in a bowl together with 1 tablespoon of olive oil and 1 rounded tablespoon of Parmesan plus the crushed clove of garlic.
Stir and toss the bread round to get an even coating of cheese, oil and garlic, then spread the croutons out on the baking sheet and bake them on a high shelf in the oven for 10 minutes. Please put a kitchen timer on at this stage! I'm afraid I have burnt more croutons than I care to remember simply because the 10 minutes went so quickly! English Colonial Curry with Turkey. Greek Lamb Baked with Lemon and Garlic. Pre-heat the oven to gas mark 2, 150°C. All you do is trim any excess fat from the lamb and cut it into 2.5cm thick rounds. Now tear off a sheet of foil large enough to wrap them in and place in a roasting tin. Arrange the pieces of meat in the centre of the foil. Next, slice 3 of the garlic cloves into slivers and, using the tip of a sharp knife, make incisions in the lamb and insert the pieces of garlic, distributing them as evenly as possible. Fish Cakes with Capers. In a large mixing bowl thoroughly combine everything except the seasoning, the cayenne pepper and the ingredients for the coating; then taste and season.
(If the fish and potatoes are not freshly cooked and hot, the butter will need to be melted before adding it to the mixture.) Now cool and chill the mixture for an hour or two to get it nice and firm, then when you’re ready to cook the fishcakes, lightly flour a working surface, turn the fish mixture out on to it and form it into a long roll about 6 cm in diameter. Cut the roll into 12 round fish cakes. Pat each cake into a neat shape, and dip each one first into beaten egg and then in the dry white breadcrumbs. Haggis Pie with Tatties and Neeps and Whisky Sauce. You will need to cook the haggis first so place them both in a fan (or conventional) steamer and steam for 1 hour exactly, then leave them to cool.
Meanwhile, place the piece of swede in a saucepan with some salt and enough boiling water to just cover, then simmer gently for about 15 minutes, or until they are tender but not mushy. Then drain and chop them with the pulse button in a food processor (or with a sharp knife), adding a knob of the butter until they are finely chopped, then season. Filled Focaccia with Ham and Melted Fontina. Pop the ingredients for the dough, including 5 fl oz (150 ml) water into the breadmaker in the order your manual instructs. Set it to the dough only setting (as the focaccia is going to be baked in the oven) and press the start button. Meanwhile, towards the end of the time, prepare the filling ingredients, separating the slices of ham and cutting the cheese into thin slices. When the dough is ready, remove it from the machine, turn it out on to a flat, lightly floured surface, divide it into two and then roll out one half to form a rough, rounded rectangle about 11 x 8 inches (28 x 20 cm).
Then place it on a baking tray (or pizza stone) and arrange the slices of ham on top, making sure they go right up to the edge. Smoked Haddock with Spinach and Chive Butter Sauce. Vegetarian Moussaka. Chicken Paprika. Fillet of Beef in Pastry with Wild Mushrooms and Red Wine Sauce. Pepper-Crusted Fillet of Beef with Roasted Balsamic Onions and Thyme. Braised Beef Goulash with Smoked Pimenton. Pesto Rice Salad. Roast Chicken with Grape and Herb Stuffing. Seafood Lasagne. Fried Eggs on Chorizo Hash. Souffled Jacket Potatoes. Macaroni au Gratin. Cheese and ham croque-monsieur bread pudding recipe. Split Pea and Vegetable Soup. Marinated Halloumi Cheese Kebabs with Herbs and Fresh Mexican Tomato Salsa. Poulet a la Catalane. Grilled Lemon Chicken Kebabs with Gremolata. Roasted Monkfish with Romesco Sauce. Welsh Rabbit (Rarebit) with Sage and Onions.
Patatas Arequipa. Potted Pork with Juniper and Thyme, with a Marmalade of Apples, Raisins and Shallots. Delia macaroni au gratin - Buscar con Google. Marinated Chicken in a Jar. Baked Fish Souffle. Scallops in the Shell. Marinated Chicken Kebabs with Whole Spices. Pork Chops with Sage and Apples. Boston Baked Beans. Flaky Fish Pie. Summer Crudités with Three Dips. Pumpkin Soup with Toasted Sweetcorn. Roast Leg of Lamb with Shrewsbury Sauce. Pasta with Pepper Relish. Watercress and Caper Mash. Soused Herrings. Slimmers' Wild Mushroom Risotto. Spinach Gnocchi with Four Cheeses.
Oven-sauteed Potatoes with Red Onion, Garlic and Rosemary. Roasted Salmon Fillets with a Crusted Pecorino and Pesto Topping. Scrambled Eggs with Smoked Salmon on Crisp Toasted Bagels. Poached Eggs with Souffléd Welsh Rarebit. Thai Green Curry with Chicken. English Potted Crab. Luxury Fish Pie with Rosti Caper Topping. Bruschettas with Goats' Cheese, Basil and Tomato. Lentil and Vegetable Curry. Haricot and Lentil Chilli. Chickpea Salad. Turkey Flan with Leeks and Cheese. Carrot and Leek Soup. Asparagus and Gruyere Feuilletés. Swordfish Ceviche.
Roast Chicken with Grape and Herb Stuffing. Spaghetti with Mexican Sauce. Crostini Lazio. Greek-style Squid with Lemon, Garlic and Olive Oil. Grilled Polenta with Sage, Parma Ham and Melted Fontina Cheese. Minestrone with Macaroni. Thai Fish Cakes with Sesame and Lime Dipping Sauce. Asparagus, Cheese and Egg Tartlets. Half-time Tapas: Served with Majorcan Tomato Bread. Rigatoni and Asparagus au Gratin. Marinated Pork with Coriander. Sausages with Chilli Sauce. Fresh Asparagus with Foaming Hollandaise. Crumpet Pizza. Feta Cheese, Spinach and Pine Nut Galettes. Pepper-Crusted Fillet of Beef with Roasted Balsamic Onions and Thyme. Spiced Lamb Curry with Chickpeas, Green Coconut Sambal and Tomato-and-Red-Onion Pickle - Indian. Courgette Soup with Watercress and Pecorino Pesto. New Potatoes with Bacon and Onion. Watercress Soup. Bacon and Egg Pies. Spiced Lamb Koftas braised in Tomato Sauce - Middle Eastern. Puree of Peas with Sausages. Chicken and Herb Picnic Pie. Gratin of Rigatoni with Roasted Vegetables.
Pork Kidneys with Mustard Cream Sauce.