A very good chicken pie from ” The Weekend Cook” by Angela Hartnett. If you have some good bacon or pancetta then throw this in too. Serve with boiled frozen peas.
A simple and delicious roast chicken dish from ” The Weekend Cook” by Angela Hartnett.
A recipe with South American influences from Diana Henry.
This is Yotam Ottolenghi’s version of this classic dish from ” Simple”. Its very easy to prepare but the chicken needs to be marins=aded at least one day in advance and preferably two.
A recipe from ” The Farm Table” by Julius Roberts.
A Thai stir fry from Jeremy Pang’s ” Simple Family Feasts”.
A favourite way to roast chicken from ” Simple” by Diana Henry. If the chicken is getting too dark as it cooks, cover it with foil.
A flavoursome nutty stir fry from ” Stir Crazy” by Ching-He Huang. You can add some blanched greens or steamed broccoli and toss together, or serve the greens alongside , together with some steamed jasmine rice.
A quick and delicious from chef Clare Smyth ,owner of Core. I found the recipe in ” Chefs at Home” , a book produced to support Hospitality Action during Lockdown .
A winning combination from ” Basque” by Jose Pizarro.
A delicious supper from ” Nutmeg and Custard” by Marcus Wareing.
Between 1979 and 1981 between university and travelling I spent a few months on and off waitressing in the newly opened Woods Restaurant in Bath . It quickly became one of Bath’s go to restaurants and local celebrities like Peter Gabriel were regular visitors. Its still going today and still fun by the lovely David and Claude. I must pop in and say hello one day!. While I was working there the chef was a woman called Sharon and this is one of her dishes that always impressed.
A recipe from Roberto Alvarado , chef at Mestizo in Camden.
A recipe for the cherry season from Nigel Slater. You can use leftover roast chicken if you have some but keep the pieces as large and juicy as possible.
A favourite recipe from ” Chinese-ish” by Rosheen Kaul and Joanna Hu.