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Slow Roast Chicken Stuffed with Rice, Pecans, Pine Nuts & Raisins - For once gluten intolerants can enjoy stuffing too.
Strawberry & Orange Smoothie - Chuck everything into the blender, push the button and you are done!
Simple Roasted Asparagus - Simple and easy, asparagus is very enjoyable as a starter or side dish.
Beef, Broccoli & Cashew Nut Stir-Fry - What makes this stir-fry really special is the addition of cashew nuts.
Chicken, Mushroom & Oyster Sauce Stir-Fry - In less than 30 minutes you can enjoy a healthy, nourishing meal.
Chicken, Almond & Orange Salad - A stunning starter or meal that takes merely 10 minutes to put together.
White Chocolate Panna Cotta - Gelatine isn’t as scary to use as people say it is – just follow the instructions on the packet!
Thai Red Beef Curry in Sweet Peanut Sauce - What is not to love about authentic Thai food?
Pork Fillet and Apples with Creamy Calvados Sauce - Although considered an Autumn dish, why not enjoy it at any time of year?
Vanilla Shrewsbury Biscuits with Caramel Filling - Caramel used as a filling with these sweet, crispy cookies is simply unbeatable!
Traditional Irish Lamb Stew - Celebrate St. Patrick ’s Day with Ireland’s national dish since the 18th century.
Lemon Curd - Homemade lemon curd is a million times better than its shop-bought counterpart.
7 Hour Slow-Roast Shoulder of Lamb - It really is true – good things happen to those who wait.
Pork Fillet with Creamy Dijon Mustard Sauce - Mustard doesn’t just belong on hotdogs – add it to creamy sauces!
Sticky Lemon & Honey Chicken Drumsticks - These chicken pieces taste as good as they look.
Lamb Shanks Braised in Red Wine - Whether it is winter or not, if you are a lamb fan this stew can be enjoyed at least once a month.
Chicken, Mushroom & Red Wine Casserole - A restaurant quality meal prepared in less than half an hour and it is healthy too!
Beef Pastitsada - If you have a glut of tomatoes, this is an ideal way to use them.
Chicken, Ham & Cheese Pasta - Leftovers don’t have to be a drag to eat – it can be enjoyed too!
Beef & Orange Stew - The flavour combination is definitely not common but well worth a try if you are tired of other run-of-the-mill beef stews.
Potato, Courgette & Feta Cakes with Mint - These savoury cakes are a bit time consuming to prepare but well worth the effort.
Lamb & Haricot Bean Stew - So easy to prepare. All you need is patience and before you know it a feast awaits you.
Butternut Squash & Orange Soup - The versatility of the humble butternut squash is simply amazing. Here is another soup variation.
Teriyaki Salmon with Stir-Fried Noodles - On busy days when you feel overwhelmed this simple dish will comfort you to no end.
Curried Carrot and Split Pea Soup - Winter is not going away any time soon. Make yourself comfortable with a hot cup of soup.
Bacon and Avocado Sandwich - Prepare your own sandwiches. It tastes much better than the shop’s at a fraction of the price!
Yakitori Chicken Kebabs - These skewers are incredibly moreish and would be the star dish at any party or barbecue.
Beef, Chestnut and Red Wine Stew - Whether it's an icy, cold winter's day or you simply need comfort, this beef stew will do the trick.
Ham in Coca Cola - Don't just frown at the title of this recipe. Try it and be amazed.
Chicken with Creamy Marsala Sauce - Looks posh and complicated but in actual fact really easy.
Beef, Mushroom & Oyster Sauce Stir-Fry - Prepare your own Chinese takeaway at home.
Banoffee cheesecake doesn't get better than this.
Baked Rice Pudding - A few ingredients and some patience are needed to make this lazy poor man's dish.
Creamy Asparagus Soup - The slightly bitter, green taste is to die for in this elegant soup.