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This is part of a series of really easy dishes – this one takes as long as the rice does to cook. It’s perfect for a quick supper after work or lunch or tea with the kids.
This is a staple of the Basque region of Spain. It seems in every way a bit foreign or difficult. But it’s basically fish in a parsley flavoured sauce. It’s a good recipe to learn as you can swap around the ingredients endlessly to suit your taste and budget.
This is one of the best things I have made. A moment of serendipity, just when you can’t imagine what to cook, something rather good comes out of nowhere…
Venison is a rich, lean, healthy and very tasty meat. A small haunch cooks very quickly and is a great alternative to beef.
This is a clever way with meat balls. As small individual portions it makes an elegant Italian starter. The smaller-sized meatballs and thin spaghetti also make a fun and wholesome dish for children. Or piled high on a big platter it makes a great family dish to share around the table.
This is one of the best ways to enjoy artichokes. I got these artichokes from Kingston Market – they’re fresh in from Italy.
These Mexican-style meatballs in a smoky chipotle sauce are a great antidote to the coming Christmas fare.
These were trending a while back, but they were made famous long ago by Peter Gordon at Kopapa in Covent Garden London (now closed). I had them there and thought them a bit gloopy (sorry Peter/Turkey).
Mild Thai fish cakes that can be made without a processor or deep fryer! One of a series of easy and flavoursome half hour family recipes using 10 ingredients.
Tasty Vietnamese spring rolls with nuoc cham dipping sauce. Takes a little bit of work but its time to impress your friends with your homemade spring rolls.
‘Veg going mouldy… easy… turn them into a warming soup!’
‘Arancini balls inspired by our favourite Italian crime show, Inspector Montalbano!’
‘Ah, roasted peppers, a flavour of my childhood. Well mainly peeling the peppers – but it is so worth it.’
‘A true WDC favourite here. We have received packets of pre made ranch powder from America for years. But now Dad has shared how to make it yourself!’
‘How to make delicious, sweet piedmont peppers at home in less than an hour.’
It's cold outside and so here's a autumnal warmer! 'Bangers ‘n’ Mash – Spanish Style with Butternut Squash Mash'. R… https://t.co/4bAyO50pJc