Succulent chicken with a spicy sauce from Romy Gill.
A delicious and warming meal for the cooler months from Georgina Hayden.
A warming and wholesome supper which can be prepared in advance and chilled, then baked about half an hour before you want to eat. It’s from ” Apple” by James Rich. Serve with your favourite vegetables.
A Malaysian version of this dish from Chef Katrina Lau Hammond.
A recipe from ” The Hairy Bikers Everyday Winners” by Si King and Dave Myers.
A very good combination which I found in ” Gino’s Italian Express” by Gino D’Acampo. If you like the chicken could be replaced with veal. Serve with potatoes or rice, and a green vegetable or side salad.
A good version of this old fashioned French recipe from Diana Henry.
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.
A new recipe from Georgina Hayden.
A new recipe from Eleanor Steafel.
John Gregory Smith’s speedy version of this classic Sichuan Dish.
An easy recipe from Georgia which I found in ” Arabesque” by Claudia Roden.
A delicious recipe for Asian flavoured chicken thighs from Diana Henry.It is best to marinate the meat overnight if you have time. Serve with boiled rice and stir-fried greens or a rainbow salad with an Asian dressing.
A chicken curry from Mauritius that is prepared with yoghurt and spices . This recipe is from Yotam Ottolenghi.
A favourite from Nigella Lawson’s ” Cook, Eat, Repeat”.