This traditional Portuguese dish of seafood pasta from Pedro Barbosa at foodfromportugal.com is an excellent choice for lunch or dinner. Credits: foodfromportugal.com
A firm favourite in my family, served warm or cold, my wifes aka Nannys bread pudding is the best.
This Spanish-style chicken bake adapted from one by The Hairy Bikers is a one-pot wonder that’s made with juicy chorizo, chicken and veg – perfect for a midweek supper or a weekend alternative to a weekend roast. Because everything cooks together, this really allows the flavours to come together nicely.
This classic Hungarian dish is warming and delicious. I made this for my children, and they loved it. My niece Cara when she stayed with us liked it with mashed potato and named it Goumash.
Pimientos de Padrón are small, bright green peppers that come from the municipality of Padrón in Galicia, in the northwest part of Spain.
Al dente linguine served with octopus, squid, mussels and prawns in a creamy white wine sauce.
If you would like to try this cockney treat then my recipe for a family-sized pie version will give you a taste of this classic meal.