A delicious supper from Nigel Slater.
A delicious twist on this Italian classic dish from Diana Henry.
A flavourful curry using leftover roast turkey from Xanthe Clay.
With Thanksgiving a couple of days ago and Christmas on the horizon I thought it would be timely to post a recipe for leftover Turkey. Its from Nigella Lawson’s ” Nigella’s Christmas”, but she credits the original version to her friend and agent Ed Victor. It goes well with a baked potato and green salad.
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.
I love a hard boiled egg curry, and this version from ” Home Cookery Year” by Claire Thomson is very good served with some naan breads.
A recipe from ” The Hairy Bikers Everyday Winners” by Si King and Dave Myers.
A posh version of Macaroni Cheese from ” Easy” by Bill Granger.
A recipe from “ComfortMOB” by Ben Lebus.
A Spanish recipe for roast duck from ” Moro:the cookbook” by Sam and Sam Clark. It is lovely served with Moros y Cristianos.
A simple but tasty soup from ” Jamie’s Dinners” by Jamie Oliver. You need good quality ripe tomatoes which will become very sweet when cooked slowly. Serve the soup with some fresh bread.
A delicious pilaf from ” The Art of the Larder” by Claire Thomson. For the spices use a mixture of coriander, cumin, pepper, turmeric and ginger, toasting the whole spices before you grind them. You could also add some allspice or nutmeg.
A creamy chicken curry from Angela Hartnett.
A simple and aromatic fish curry from Diana Henry. Use whatever fish is in season and sustainably sourced- cod, haddock, pollard, coley, gurnard and monkfish are all suitable.
A Mexican inspired breakfast from Diana Henry.