Even if you’re not the biggest fishy fan, we’ve got some great takes on fish dishes in our collection for you to try. All our recipes have been checked and approved by a specialist team of dietitians, so you’ll always know what’s in your food. This one-bowl rhubarb muffin recipe is made with oats, your choice of flour, optional seeds and nuts and sweetened with honey. This pastry is really decadent and flaky and well worth making yourself. This kale sauce is simple to make but packs a strong punch of flavour and nutrients. Top it with whipped ricotta, lemon zest and black pepper.
- This delicious Parsi Sweet and Sour Vegetable Ishtoo is inspired by a stew, served by India’s Parsi community at weddings.
- You could also substitute flaked salmon for smoked mackerel fillets.
- Chop the olives roughly and pour on the vinegar and olive oil.
- Many thanks to Laura James for sharing this great recipe with us.
- Angela Hartnett has the answer to the ultimate Friday night in, with her classic chicken pie.
The recipes of J Cooking Odyssey are tried, tasted, and enjoyed by our family and our reader family too. The juicy and crispy chicken thighs, and the tender artichokes artichokes make this delicious one-pot meal a must in the springtime. Use this recipe for an easy BBQ chicken dish and you’ll never be short of guests for sure. Adding roasted beetroot to this tart not only gives a delicate sweetness to the dish, but also injects a beautiful dash of colour to the table.
Mango, lime and coconut rice pudding
For the perfect Christmas dinner follow AGA Demonstrator Penny Zako’s guide to the ultimate roast turkey using your Rayburn cooker. These grilled red pepper and cream cheese parcels can be made in advance, perfect for when you are entertaining and want to save time. Suitable for plant-based diets using the coconut milk and coconut cream alternatives, and replacing the chicken with extra chickpeas or spiced cauliflower. We’ve used plant-based ingredients here for vegan baking. It’s so delicious and moist, you really wouldn’t know the difference!
A piece of shortbread could be the best accompaniment. The AGA is perfect for cooking Britain’s favourite dish and it’s easier than you might think – we were utterly staggered at how easy it is to make beer batter. Many thanks to Laura James for sharing this great recipe with veritecatering.com us. ‘Ande ki Bhurji’ or ‘Spicy Scrambled Eggs’ is a quick street food snack that is also eaten at breakfast. The spice of green chillies, the sweetness of onions and the tang of tomatoes along with the creaminess of eggs is a perfect dish to eat with buttered toast or a roll.
We’re having a bake sale
What better way to end the week than with a traditional Sunday roast. Bring your family together and share this wonderful home cooked delight. Recipe by AGA Rangemaster Group Home Economist Alexandra Dibble. A delicious dish for entertaining friends and all the more easy as it is made and cooked all in one dish. Many thanks to AGA Specialist Dawn Roads for this excellent recipe.