Souffle without the height from Claire Thomson’s ” Home Cookery Year”.Serve with a green salad dressed in a good vinaigrette.
An Anglo- Indian dish (which i could very happily eat for breakfast, lunch or supper) from Julie Sahni’s ” Introduction to Indian Cooking”.
A quick supper from the Languedoc region in France shared by Diana Henry.
A greek dish of pasta, meat, tomato and cheese . This version is from Corfu and can be found in Rick Stein’s ” Mediterranean Escapes”. Serve with a green salad, some crusty bread and a robust red wine if you do.
This is from ” The Independent Cook” by Jeremy Round.
A classic French dish from Picardy which i found in Claire Thomson’s latest book ” Home Cookery Year”. She makes it with a bread dough base rather than the traditional pastry crust and it works well.
A seasonal recipe from Sophie Grigson.
A vegetable packed recipe from The Mall Deli in Clifton, Bristol which i found in ” The Bristol and Bath Cookbook”.
A brilliant combination from ” Mowgli Street Food” by Nisha Katona. I serve this with some coconut rice, and think it would also work well alongside Dishoom Gunpowder Potatoes.
This version is from Fay Maschler’s ” Eating In”.
A Greek classic from Felicity Cloake.
An old favourite from ” The Food and Wines of Spain” by Penelope Casas.
A recipe from ” Italian Regional Cookery” by Valentina Harris.
A quick and simple Italian apple cake from ” Twelve: A Tuscan Cookbook” by Tessa Kiros. Its best made on the day you want to eat it as it does not keep well. If you like you can add a couple of Tablespoons of Vin Santo or another liquer to the batter. Serve on its own or with fresh whipped cream.
My favourite version of this english classic from Nigel Slater’s ” Real Food”. Serve with plenty of onion gravy.