Cooking Method: Boil

Beetroot Orange Salad With Freekeh

Beetroot & Orange Salad with Freekeh

This beetroot and orange salad with freekeh will brighten up any dining table. Prepare it in advance and assemble when ready to eat for a hassle free meal.

French Onion Soup

French Onion Soup

This recipe is a classic for a reason. Find some onions and forget about everything while enjoying one of the most comforting dishes ever devised.

Tom Yum Goong (Hot And Sour Shrimp Soup)

Hot and Sour Shrimp Soup (Tom Yum Goong)

This is a deceptively simple dish that is filled with the flavours of Thailand. If you have travelled there then this will transport you right back again.

Spaghetti Carbonara With Bacon And Mushrooms

Spaghetti Carbonara with Mushrooms

When in Rome, do as the Romans and eat Spaghetti Carbonara. Or just try it at home next time you are busy and need a quick and substantial dinner.

Cauliflower And Apple Soup With Chorizo

Cauliflower Soup with Apple with Chorizo

Transform the humble cauliflower soup into a delicious and lighter-than-usual version by adding some spice, apple and a touch of Spanish chorizo.

Pumpkin Risotto With Crispy Sage And Marscapone

Pumpkin Risotto with Crispy Sage

Risotto is one of those things that requires a little love, but returns it with interest. This pumpkin risotto will certainly have you going back for more.

Leek And Potato Soup

Leek and Potato Soup

It doesn't get much simpler than this Leek and Potato Soup. A few ingredients and minutes yield a warming, silky smooth soup to satisfy your hunger.

Lemon Curd

Lemon Curd that Works

This possibilities for this simple lemon curd are endless. If that's not enough, You can substitute the lemon for any other citrus juice you fancy.

Parmesan Gougères

Parmesan Gougères (Choux Pastry)

Why make a croquembouche when you can have Gougères? This was the first thing I ever made with choux pastry and it's easier than you may think.

Pappardelle With Bacon, Pine Nuts And Sage

Bacon and Pine Nut Pappardelle with Crispy Sage

Pappardelle holds a special place in my heart. This Tuscan pasta stems from the word 'pappare' literally meaning 'to gobble up' - how could you not love it?