More comforting food from Diana Henry. I think it would be good served with a green salad of rocket and/ or watercress.
A very good risotto from Diana Henry which I found in ” Roast Figs Sugar Snow “.
A lovely thick bowl of chowder for the winter months. Its from ” Roast Figs Sugar Snow” by Diana Henry. I have had this book for many years but it has recently been reissued.
A recipe from Diana Henry which she discovered in Vienna,
A recipe with South American influences from Diana Henry.
A seasonal vegetarian tart from Diana Henry.
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 delicious way to prepare rhubarb from Diana Henry. You could use cinnamon, ginger or star anise as an alternative to the rosemary.
A favourite side dish which I found in ” From the Oven to the Table” by Diana Henry. It goes well with roast lamb, chicken or fish. It can also be served as a main with burrata, extra virgin olive oil and warm focaccia.
A delicious way to use courgettes which I found in ” From the Oven to the Table” by Diana Henry. Serve with green salad and perhaps some roast tomatoes.
A dessert from ” Roast Figs, Sugar Snow” by Diana Henry. It is good served chilled with some ginger biscuits but can also be served warm or at room temperature.
A luxurious one pan dish from Diana Henry.
An easy and delicious baked pasta dish from Diana Henry. Serve with a green salad on the side.
A delicious bake for brunch, lunch or supper from Diana Henry. You can add torn mozzarella too if you like, or make it more spicy.
Comforting bowls of pasta with chestnuts and mushrooms . Use ready cooked vacuum packed or frozen chestnuts to save time and effort. The recipe is from Southern France and i found it in the excellent ” Simple” by Diana Henry. Its a winner.