• Chicken tikka pasties

    Chicken tikka pasties

    Make these moreish pasties for a picnic. They’re easy to pack up and take with you, and inspired by the flavours of a chicken tikka slice

  • Mug brownie

    Mug brownie

    Make this mug brownie in the microwave. It takes just six minutes to make – perfect for a speedy dessert for one when you crave a sweet treat

  • Cambridge burnt creams

    Cambridge burnt creams

    Try an English take on crème brûlée for dessert. Thought to have originated at Trinity College, Cambridge, they are also known as trinity burnt creams

  • Parsley sauce

    Parsley sauce

    Serve this versatile sauce with fish, or use it in a pie filling. It keeps in the fridge for a couple of days, or frozen for up to a month

  • Caprese sandwich

    Caprese sandwich

    Load slices of focaccia with pesto, mozzarella, rocket, red onion and tomato. They’re a perfect sandwich for feeding a crowd in a picnic.

  • Slow cooker spiced parsnip soup

    Slow cooker spiced parsnip soup

    Have some leftover parsnips from your Sunday roast? They’ll go down a treat in this vegan spiced curry soup. The recipe is made in a slow cooker

  • Air fryer buffalo cauliflower wings

    Air fryer buffalo cauliflower wings

    Enjoy buffalo-style cauliflower as a veggie main or spicy side dish to accompany your favourite dishes. Full of flavour, we use an air fryer to cook them

  • Herby warm cucumbers with lemon

    Herby warm cucumbers with lemon

    Did you know that warming up cucumbers enhances their fresh flavour? To finish, all this summer side dish needs is a sprinkling of fresh dill and parsley, plus lemon

  • Coconut ice cream

    Coconut ice cream

    Make a creamy and refreshing vegan coconut ice cream. It can be served in cones or bowls, and is great topped with even more coconut

  • Courgette & sausage timballo

    Courgette & sausage timballo

    Contains pork – recipe is for non-Muslims only

    Enjoy this sausage, mozzarella and courgette timballo hot or cold. It’s a great way to use up a glut of courgettes if you’ve grown a crop in the garden

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