A typical Bengali dish from Romy Gill.
A new recipe for Paneer from Romy Gill.
A simple Italian supper.
I am trying hard not to add to my extensive cookery book collection until I have passed on a few. But when a new Nigel Slater book comes out I just cannot resist . Here is the first recipe I tried from his latest book ” A Cook’s Book”. And very good it is too, especially on the days when you want a quick, comforting cheesy supper. I couldn’t get any dill on this occasion, but use it if you can.
A good version of this old fashioned French recipe from Diana Henry.
A delicious vegetarian alternative to sausages, from ” Root, Stem, Leaf, Flower” by Gill Meller.
This brunch or supper dish from Diana Henry is inspired by a recipe from Northern Greece. Serve with some roast tomatoes alongside.
An Asian inspired vegetarian supper for two from Diana Henry.
A recipe from “ComfortMOB” by Ben Lebus.
I recently visited the Teeside area of the UK and came across this dish on the menu in a number of pubs. Eventually I had to try it, and it was indeed quite tasty, if you forget about the carbs. This version is from Telegraph food. Serve with a green salad, and if you are feeling indulgent perhaps some mashed potatoes or fries.
Mussels with an Indian flavour from ” I Love India” by Anjum Anand.Use the freshest mussels you can find, and discard any that do not fully close when sharply tapped.
A recipe for griddled lamb chops with Fregola from Diana Henry.
A recipe from ” Hook , Line and Sinker” bu Norfol chef Galton Blackiston.
A delicious Greek way with vegetables from Diana Henry. You can leave out the lettuce if you like and just add more spinach and leeks.
A new recipe from Claire Thomson. The coleslaw would go well with chicken or ham too.