Sausage, fennel seed and mushroom ragù with Parmesan polenta - delicious. magazine. Pasta with broad-bean pesto. Veggie baked eggs. Chicken & cherry tomato lentils. Prawn and pea pasta with lemon crème fraîche. Nettle gnudi with wild pesto. Spicy meatballs with chilli black beans. Food - Recipes : Turkey mince stir fry with basil. The protein and vitamin boost omelette Recipe. Chicken, sweet potato and blue cheese pot pies. Shaved carrot, shitake, spinach and noodle salad. Black pudding potato cakes with fried eggs & tomato chutney. Creamy Gammon Pasta recipe. Cajun rice with chorizo meatballs & fried eggs.
Curried lentil, parsnip & apple soup. Puy lentil bolognese recipe. Mummy Ping’s Sambal prawns & green beans. BBC Food - Recipes - Jumbo prawns with tomatoes and garlic. Welsh rarebit with a twist Recipe. Quick prawn paella recipe. Chicken with mushrooms. Smoky prawn rice. Potato and pea fishcakes Recipe. What’s all the fuss about… grinding spices. In the February issue, Gregor shares with us his love for home-cooked curry, and the benefits of grinding your own spices.
Have a go at making your own garam masala with the recipe below, or try it in Gregor’s version of chicken curry. black cardamon seeds 30gcloves 15gcinnamon stick 2.5cm pieceblack cumin seeds 20gblack peppercorns 20ggrated nutmeg a pinch (optional) Briefly roast the ingredients separately in a dry frying pan until they become aromatic. leave to cook, then grind into a fine powder in a pestle and mortar, spice grinder or coffee grinder. store the garam masala in an airtight container; it should keep for months.
Grilled salmon with curly kale & a Noilly Prat sauce. Skinny fish and chips. Tomato & thyme cod. Pork and mushroom stroganoff recipe. Cider-cooked mussels with kale. Smoked salmon soufflÃ© omelette Recipe. Venison sausage & chestnut casserole. Venison sausages with piquant beans. Chicken korma melts. One-pot sausages with beans Recipe. Salmon & spinach tart. Quick croque madame recipe. SAUSAGE ROSTIS WITH CARAMELISED ONION GRAVY. Sausage and mash has always been a favourite of mine however I am not the hugest fan of mash unless it is mixed with cheese or mustard or truffles.
However it is a classic dish that I will always order if I go to a pub for lunch. I was overjoyed when I found this recipe in my Olive magazine - I love a potato rosti - we used to have them at home as children from a German frozen food delivery company and I would want them with every meal. This recipe took around an hour.Ingredients for 4 people:Sunflower oil8 sausages4 large King Edward potatoes3 sprigs of thyme, leaves stripped2 tbsp grainy mustard2 tsp English mustard powder1 egg, beatenGravy2 onions, thinly sliced25g butter1 tbsp brown sugar2 tbsp plain flour500ml chicken or vegetable stock1 tbsp Worcestershire sauce Heat the oven to 180 C / fan 160 C / gas 4.Brush 1 tbsp of oil over a shallow roasting tin, about A4 size, or a round ovenproof pan, about 20-22cm across.
Grate the potatoes, no need to peel them. Beef & vegetable casserole. Korean-style prawn & spring onion pancake. Quick quinoa and black bean chilli recipe - olive. Sweetcorn pancakes with fried eggs & chorizo salsa. Mai Thai chicken thighs. Simple Baked Chicken Legs recipe. Mexican pork chops in a lime and ancho marinade recipe. Quick croque madame recipe. Bacon and Broccoli Rice Bowl by Food Network Kitchens (Bacon, Broccoli, Brown rice. Ingredients 4 large eggs4 strips bacon1 A cup is an American imperial measurement used to measure all your ingredients, from milk and water through to flour, fruit and vegetables.
Search online for metric conversions. I know this Buy cups cup low-sodium chicken broth2 tablespoons low-sodium soy sauce2 tablespoons rice wine vinegar1 tablespoon light brown sugarSalt and freshly ground black pepper5 A cup is an American imperial measurement used to measure all your ingredients, from milk and water through to flour, fruit and vegetables. Search online for metric conversions. I know this Buy cups cups cooked brown rice4 A cup is an American imperial measurement used to measure all your ingredients, from milk and water through to flour, fruit and vegetables. Use imperial measurements Method. Smoked salmon and potato gratin. A little smoked salmon goes a long way in this indulgent dish.
It’s quite rich so just serve a green salad on the side 2 hours Serves 4 Easy double cream 200mlwhole milk 200mlgarlic 1 clove, halvedsmoked salmon 140g, cut into bite-sized piecesspinach 300gnutmeg butter potatoes 1 kg, peeled and thinly slicedGrana Padano 50g, grated Heat oven to 160c/ fan 140c/ gas 3. Spicy naan pizzas. 260g jar red pepper and tomato salsa (we like Tracklements, from Waitrose)2 garlic and coriander naan breads, or similar½ tsp fennel seeds6 tbsp ricotta180g Unearthed Semi-dried Tomato & Mozzarella salad (from Waitrose), or similarHandful of your favourite stuffed olives (chilli-stuffed are great on these pizzas)Handful of rocket Chilli oil to serve (optional) 1.
Preheat a large baking sheet in the oven to 220°C/fan200°C/gas 2. Spoon the salsa over the naan breads, sprinkle with the fennel seeds and top with spoonfuls of the ricotta, the semi-dried tomato and mozzarella, and a few olives.3. Transfer to the preheated baking sheet and cook for 12 minutes until the base is crisp and the mozzarella is melted. Top with a good handful of peppery rocket and serve drizzled with chilli oil, if you like.
For a meaty alternative, sprinkle diced pancetta on top of the pizza before baking. Sausage and potato bake Recipe. Toulouse sausage and butter bean casserole recipe. Open spinach and ricotta ravioli. This classic blend of flavours is a favourite for a reason.
Use dried pasta if you can’t find fresh, and cook according to packet instructions. 20 minutes Serves 2 Easy oil onion 1 small, finely choppedgarlic 2 cloves, crushed spinach 100g ricotta 150g fresh pasta sheets 6 parmesan grated to make 3 tbsp. Chicken laksa Recipe. Thai beef salad. The leafy fragrance and sour flavours in a Thai beef salad are perfect for a summer lunch.
Serve rice alongside it to make it more substantial for dinner if you want 15 minutes Serves 2 as a light meal or starter Easy white basmati rice 1 tbspshallots 2, finely slicedmint leaves 1 large handful, picked from stemscoriander leaves large handfulbasil leaves large handfulcherry tomatoes 8, halvedsirloin steak 200g, trimmed of fat Dressing red chilli 1/3 (adjust quantity depending on your taste and how fiery it is)lime juice 4 tbsppalm or brown sugar 1 tspThai fish sauce (nam pla) 2 tbsp Heat a dry frying pan on the hob. Now make the dressing. To make the salad, mix the shallots and herbs together, using your hands to tear large leaves but keeping smaller ones intact.
Heat a griddle pan until smoking hot. PER SERVING 185 kcals, protein 22.7g, carbs 11.8g, fat 5.2g, sat fat 2.2g, fibre 1.1g, salt 3.2g. BBC Food - Recipes - Thai-style fish parcels. Chorizo and scrambled eggs. Stilton and bacon gratin Recipe. Toad in the hole. Spiced crumbed fish. Boulangere potatoes Recipe. Palak paneer, spiced spinach with Indian cottage cheese. Christmas leftovers: cheeseboard. After asking around the olive office, we all agree on still having the remains of a cheeseboard leftover from the Christmas holidays.
It might be looking a little past its best, or you’ve been too busy making the most of your turkey and ham leftovers and not got around to it, but here’s a great way using gnocchi and broccoli. Mac ‘n’ cheese is always a winner too! Happy New Year! Three cheese and broccoli gnocchi 30 minutes Serves 4 EASY longstem broccoli 300ggnocchi 500g packmixed blue and hard cheeses 150g (I used cheddar, gruyère and stilton)single cream 150ml potparmesan 50g, grated Heat the oven to 200c/fan 180c/gas 6.
Tomato Tart with Swiss Cheese and Rosemary. This recipe was kindly given to me by a lady called Christine who lives in Nice.
You'd think that when they eat it there it would be made with fresh tomatoes ripened in the Provencal sun - but no, she uses tinned tomatoes, bought puff pastry and frozen chopped onion! And it doesn't end there, because if freezes very well and takes only 10 minutes to eat from frozen. Serves 6 - 8 This recipe is from Delia's Happy Christmas. Dead good spaghetti carbonara recipe. Leek risotto and lemon crumbs. Radicchio and pancetta risotto recipe. Asparagus Feuilletés. I once asked my friend Sudhir Dhanani, who isn't English himself but imports exotic fruits and vegetables from around the world, did he agree?
Quite positively, yes! American is good, Peruvian even better, but English wins by a mile. Once called 'sparrow-grass', but now affectionately known in the trade as simply 'grass', asparagus has a painfully short season in England – just two months, May and June. So we all need to be on full asparagus alert and make absolutely sure we feast appropriately and not let the season whiz by. Just steam it and pour melted butter over, or some vinaigrette, or just good olive oil with a squeeze of lemon. Perhaps my own favourite suggestion would be to accompany it with a fluffy, foaming hollandaise, see related recipe below.
Vegetarians my like to know that a vegetarian 'style' Parmesan is available from www.bookhams.com. Poached Quail Egg Salad with Watercress and Tarragon Sauce. This may sound more difficult than it is but it’s actually blissfully simple and can all be made well in advance. Serves 6 This recipe is taken from Delia’s Vegetarian Collection. Sichuan pork, broccoli & cashew stir-fry. Baked egg with crab and cayenne. Salad Lyonnaise (Warm bacon & egg salad) Spanish Chicken with Butter Beans, Chorizo and Tomatoes - Spanish. This recipe comes from our former Executive Chef, Lucy Crabb, at the football club, and it's been served both at large banquets and in the restaurant to great acclaim. A rocket and chicory salad is a good accompaniment. Serves 4 This recipe is from The Delia Collection: Chicken First of all, begin by cooking the butter beans. American Chef's Salad - American.
Return to listing A chef's salad is so named because it is supposed to be an innovative way of using whatever you happen to have handy to create a main-course salad. Ham, salami, chicken, turkey or any cold meat could be used for this one; similarly any kind of cheese or salad vegetable. This happens to be one of my favourite combinations, but once you get the gist of it I'm sure you'll have lots of other ideas.
Singapore noodles. Marinated Chicken Kebabs with Whole Spices - Indian. This is a heavenly combination of textures and fragrant, spicy flavours, and has the added advantage of not being too high in fat. The coriander chutney is a perfect accompaniment, but this also goes well with mango chutney if fresh coriander isn't available. Serves 4. Purple sprouting broccoli with anchovy sauce - Recipes. Chargrilled tuna on sautéed spinach with a piquant tomato dressing. Ingredients For the piquant tomato dressing 2 tbsp olive oil. Greek lamb & macaroni bake.
Steak and red wine pie with suet crust. Gnocchi with Spinach, Pine Nuts & Dolcelatte. Return to listing If speed is of the essence, I cannot think of a quicker way to feed four veggies more handsomely. Courgette & basil pasta with pesto crumbs. Leek and chorizo puff pastry tart Recipe. Cauliflower & tomato curry. Welsh rarebit with a twist Recipe.
Stilton and spinach pancakes with soft egg - delicious. magazine. Risotto all’arrabiata - delicious. magazine. Salami and meatball lasagne. Cauliflower curry. Moules marinière Recipe. Ginger chicken. Mozzarella and winter green parcels. White beans in tomato sauce with lamb and feta Recipe. Baked American-style meatballs in smoky tomato sauce. Ricotta gnocchi with cherry tomatoes and sage Recipe. Mexican pork koftas. Fennel and broad bean tart Recipe. Easy salmon recipe to cook tonight. Warm salad of asparagus, giant couscous and chorizo Recipe. No-fuss fish pie. Chilled pepper soup with crayfish. Equally perfect for an easy lunch as for a starter on a warm summer night 15 minutes + chilling Serves 4 Easy shallots 2, roughly choppedgarlic clove 1red peppers 2, seededwhite bread 1 crustless slicepassata 400mlvegetable stock 150mlolive oil 3 tbspwhite wine vinegar 2 tbspgolden caster sugar 1 tspcrayfish tails 180g peeledbasil leaves a few small ones Whizz the shallots, garlic, red peppers, white bread and passata together in a blender or food processor.
Press through a sieve into a bowl and stir in the vegetable stock, olive oil, white wine vinegar and golden caster sugar. Season and chill for a few hours. To serve, ladle between shallow bowls, divide 180g peeled crayfish tails between them, add a few small basil leaves and a little drizzle of olive oil and serve. Lemon risotto with garlic prawns Recipe.