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Barbecued fish parcels

Barbecued fish parcels

Cooking fish in foil parcels on the barbecue is a great way to ensure that the delicate flesh of the fish remains soft and moist without being overcooked. The saltiness of olives and the piquancy of capers give this recipe lots of flavour but you can use the same technique with other flavourings.

Soba Noodle and Salmon Salad

Soba Noodle and Salmon Salad

Soba noodles are traditionally made from buckwheat, but are widely made from a combination of buckwheat and regular wheat flour. Buckwheat is a gluten-free grain, high in copper, zinc, magnesium and manganese, all used by the brain to maintain normal processes.

Pistachio-stuffed Chicken Breasts

Pistachio-stuffed Chicken Breasts

When you don't have time to roast a whole stuffed chicken – or when it's too hot to turn on the oven – serve these plump chicken breasts filled with a creamy, lemon-scented pistachio stuffing. To serve, cut the stuffed breasts crosswise, arrange the slices on plates and drizzle with the sauce from the pan.
Liqueur Coffee

Liqueur Coffee

Delicious recipe for a basic liqueur coffee, with plenty of international variations.

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Fresh Tuna and Green Bean Salad

Fresh Tuna and Green Bean Salad

This light, refreshing tuna salad is quick to make. Paired with fresh, crusty bread, it makes a lovely summertime lunch. You can use canned tuna if you don't have fresh tuna.

Chicken Risotto in the Slow Cooker

Chicken Risotto in the Slow Cooker

This dish is a perfect midweek meal, just put it in the slow cooker in the morning and it'll be ready by dinner time.

Banana Cake

Banana cake

Quick and easy to prepare using basic ingredients, this cake makes a healthy snack for hungry children just back from school, and is a handy addition to lunch boxes. It's best made with very ripe bananas, so it's a good way of using up bananas that are past their best.

Slow-cooker Red Duck Curry

Slow-cooker Red Duck Curry

Duck becomes even more succulent when cooked in coconut milk and Thai herbs and spices. Instead of a quartered duck, you could also use four duck pieces – breasts, leg quarters or a mix of both.

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Pissaladière

Pissaladière

The thick bread base, enriched with olive oil, is topped with a flavoursome tomato and onion mixture, then decorated with a lattice of anchovies and olives. Serve warm or cool, cut into bite-sized squares for canapés, or larger squares.

Lemon Lime Chutney

Lemon Lime Chutney Recipe

This citrus sensation is superb with mildly spiced couscous and lamb. It's an expensive luxury when shop-bought, but an inexpensive treat when you make it at home.

French macarons

French Macarons

Create the classic French macaron with this basic version of the original Parisian recipe. To create different flavoured macarons, simply add different food flavourings and colourings.

Chicken Fajitas

Chicken Fajitas

Our chicken fajitas are a simple meal packed with colour and flavour.

White Chocolate Cupcakes

White Chocolate Cupcakes

This easy melt-and-mix recipe is a cross between a buttercake and a light mud cake.

Vegetable Moussaka

Vegetable Moussaka

This is a clever variation on the traditional, meat-based Greek dish that is usually quite high in fat. The meat has been replaced with a selection of vibrantly coloured vegetables and the protein is supplied by borlotti beans.

Baked Sweet Potato Fries

Baked Sweet Potato Fries

Baked fries are the way to go when you're cutting back on fat. These baked sweet potato sticks are so flavourful, you'll never know the difference.

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