A recipe from Delia Smith’s ” Winter Collection” which will serve 2 as a light lunch, accompanied perhaps with some new potatoes, or 6 as a starter.
A seasonal recipe from ” Delia Smith’s Christmas”.
This version of beef stroganoff is from Delia Smith’s ” Complete Cookery Course”. It uses chuck steak which needs a longer cooking time than the recipe i have posted for Beef Stroganoff. Serve with plain boiled rice and a green salad.
This is from Delia Smith’s ” Winter Collection”.
This is from Delia Smith’s ” How to Cook: Book 2″.
A favourite recipe for autumn from Delia Smith’s ” winter Collection”.
This bread is from ” Delia’s How to Cook:Book One”. It’s best served warm and good with soup, especially her Curried Parsnip Soup or a Tomato Soup. Its also nice with cheese and apples.
Another delicious and easy bread from ” Delia’s How to Cook: Book One”. Its best served slightly warm .
An easy bread from ” Delia’s How to Cook: Book Three”. It is crusty on the outside and soft and squidgy within, best served still warm with soup . Leftovers are good toasted too.
Another simple and quick recipe from ” Delia’s How to Cook: Book Two”.
A quick and easy recipe from ” Delia’s How to Cook; Book Two” to be served with rice or salad, or both.
This is from ” Delia’s How to Cook; Book Two” and is a great way of roasting duck. The duck does need to be as dry as possible so buy it 24 hours in advance, remove and discard the giblets then dry with kitchen paper. Leave on a plate in the fridge uncovered overnight, At the same time put the cherries to soak overnight in the red wine,
At a rather late stage in life i realised that one needs at least one good recipe for Brownies to hand and probably more. This is the recipe i would use for more special occasions and are from Delia Smith’s ” How to Cook: Book Two”. You can of course leave out the Armagnac for everyday eating.
A favourite recipe for crab from Delia Smith’s ” Summer Collection”.
This is from Delia Smith’s ” Summer Collection” and goes very well with some spicy sausages or barbecued meat. You could also serve as part of a mezze spread. These peppers are one of the richest dietary sources of Vitamin C, as well as B6 and folate.