This version of kleftiko originates in Symi and was shared by Rick Stein in ” Rick Stein: From Venice to Istanbul”. It would make a great dinner for Easter or indeed any other occassion when you fancy a feast.
A recipe from Eleanor Steafel which uses dried mushrooms to make a delicious and moreish bake .
A Portuguese recipe from Diana Henry. Hake does not keep for long so buy the freshest fish you can find and use on the same day.
A recipe inspired by Kedgeree from ” A Change of Appetite” by Diana Henry.
Nuts pair beautifully with the potatoes and cream in this seasonal recipe from Claire Thomson.
This is from Claire Thomson’s “The Five O’clock Apron” . Serve with a green salad dressed with red wine vinegar and olive oil.
An easy and delicious curry from Trish Hillferty’s ” Lobster and Chips”.
I love to eat chaat as a starter , as part of an Indian meal or even as a salad on its own. This version is from Julie Sahni’s ” Indian Heritage Cookery”. You can replace the papaya with other fruit if wished.
Felicity Cloake’s ” Perfect” version.
The picture says it all. Decadent comfort food from Claire Thomson’s “New Kitchen Basics”. Sometimes you just have to forget about the calories. To be honest it was tough not to eat it all between two of us in one sitting but we managed to restrain ourselves and save half for the next day.
An easy recipe from Claire Thomson’s ” New Kitchen Basics” . You can use other vegetables or fruit in the mix depending on what you have- for example cucumber, mango or pomegranate. Chaat is an Indian Spice blend which can be purchased in some supermarkets as well as Indian stores.
A Central Asian recipe for potatoes from ” Samarkand” by Caroline Eden and Eleanor Ford.
A rich and decadent dish of sliced potatoes and cream. This is Felicity Cloakes ” perfect” version.
An easy supper dish from Trish Hilferty. I like to serve this with rocket or watercress.
A Greek dish from the excellent ” Lobster and Chips” by Trish Hilferty.