Some of you may not be familiar with gala pie at all, it’s basically a pork pie cooked in a loaf tin with a central column of boiled eggs running through the middle
Providing you can get hold of pasta in this time of lockdown, this easy cheesy sausage pasta is a quick and simple one-pot midweek meal.
The Hairy Bikers’ traditional liver bacon makes a simple supper packed full of flavour and bursting with vitamins and minerals
This delicious duck dish is fancy enough to impress your friends while equally simple enough to serve up as a family supper. Made with classic French ingredients like Toulouse sausages, garlic, cannellini beans and fresh thyme, this dish is packed full of delicious flavours.
This salmon traybake is a quick and easy midweek dinner you can make in less than one hour. With plenty of veg including asparagus and tomatoes, this salmon dish is a great way to get your family – especially the kids – to eat their 5-a-day!
Check out this easy recipe for Moules marinière (sailors mussels). This classic French recipe is a great way to impress the family in no time at all – ready on the table in 30 minutes.
This rich and flavoursome steak and kidney pudding is full of juicy meat, swirled in a thick gravy sauce that will just melt in the mouth.
It’s been a long day and you want to make something that’s easy and needs very little washing up afterwards. What you need is a Spanish-style one-pan chicken bake made with juicy chorizo, chicken and vegetables.
When cooked fresh, turbot meat is subtly flavoured and sweet. (It also stores well and can be kept for a few days due to its mild flavour and high gelatine content.) Turbot can be filleted, then steamed or sautéed. But I like to make serving turbot into a family occasion and roast the fish whole to be shared at the table.
A comforting and hearty one-pot sausage stew with chorizo, smoked paprika, red wine and beans.