Fire up the barbecue for these tender smoky ribs. The recipe uses ancho chilli, a milder-style chilli used in Mexican cooking.
Cook | Neil Perry | Tue Jan 27 12:21:51 EST 2015
This simple salad gets a flavour boost from a tahini-based dressing that works well with any vegetable: use a combination of your favourites or whatever you find in the market.
Cook | Neil Perry | Tue Jan 20 11:44:38 EST 2015
This trout recipe is a great way to make a healthy meal with brown rice very tasty. The miso marinade works well with any fish, scallops or prawns or - if you want to go all out - lobster.
Cook | Neil Perry | Tue Jan 20 11:24:15 EST 2015
Here's a great lunch or light dinner idea, made punchy with some Mexican-inspired flavours. For a full-sized dinner, serve with quesadillas (see below) or tacos.
Cook | Neil Perry | Tue Dec 23 12:32:02 EST 2014
Liven up the table and the taste buds with this lovely Mexican-inspired dish; easy to make, very easy to enjoy.
Cook | Neil Perry | Tue Dec 23 12:32:21 EST 2014
This is a lovely, simple Middle Eastern-inspired dish that, with the addition of a few spices, becomes really tasty. It's also great with a teaspoon of mild chilli flakes added to the mix.
Cook | Neil Perry | Tue Dec 16 10:41:24 EST 2014
This vegetarian dish is inspired by the simple flavours of the Middle East. I also like to add tea-plumped raisins to the eggplant; this gives it a wonderful sweetness and works well with the pine...
Cook | Neil Perry | Tue Dec 16 10:13:07 EST 2014
Fresh spices add a wonderful fragrance to this simple Middle Eastern-inspired dish.
Good Food | Neil Perry | Mon Dec 15 23:30:00 EST 2014
These sang choi bao are a great way to get a party started. If duck is not to your taste, you can make it with chicken or quail, or even minced lamb or beef.
Cook | Neil Perry | Mon Dec 15 14:28:55 EST 2014
We whip out the wok and visit China for delicious inspiration for this spicy dish, ideal for serving as part of a banquet. The eggplant is great with asparagus added.
Cook | Neil Perry | Mon Dec 15 08:00:23 EST 2014
Here's a fresh, colourful, minimal-fuss idea to get a summer feast or Christmas lunch started. You can replace the scampi with sashimi-grade fish such as hiramasa kingfish or, if your prefer your...
Christmas Feasts,Cook | Neil Perry | Tue Dec 09 10:54:13 EST 2014
This salad is extremely versatile and has the right amount of flavour and crunch. Take it on a picnic, use it to add complexity to a sandwich or serve it as a simple side in a great family feast.
Christmas Feasts,Cook | Neil Perry | Tue Dec 09 10:47:40 EST 2014
Every great feast needs a perfect side of potatoes. This flavour-packed roast dish fits the bill.
Christmas Feasts,Cook | Neil Perry | Tue Dec 09 10:41:40 EST 2014
This chicken fits the bill for a minimal-fuss solution to a Christmas or other special-occasion feast centrepiece. A great salsa verde needs the best available anchovies. Ortiz is an excellent option.
Christmas Feasts,Cook | Neil Perry | Tue Dec 09 10:36:49 EST 2014
You can prepare this amazing cassata the day before you serve it. It's a bit of work but a lot of fun to make and it's worth the effort and "wow" factor.
Christmas Feasts,Cook | Neil Perry | Mon Dec 08 08:48:53 EST 2014
Cherries are Christmas to me, and they star in this dessert, though you can add white peaches, nectarines, apricots, mango - any or all the wonderful fruit we have at this time of the year.
Christmas Feasts,Cook | Neil Perry | Tue Dec 02 00:00:00 EST 2014
Looking for some simple sides this Christmas? Pair this sweet and creamy corn dish with tomatoes sliced and dressed with olive oil and a good balsamic or red wine vinegar and a beautiful green salad...
Christmas Feasts,Cook | Neil Perry | Mon Dec 01 14:42:16 EST 2014
There's no guesswork with the timing and no slaving over a hot oven with this simple turkey roast. It's a traditional turkey Christmas lunch with stuffing, but there's no gravy and it uses the best...
Christmas Feasts,Cook | Neil Perry | Mon Dec 01 14:36:49 EST 2014
Take a culinary journey to Spain with delicious in-season asparagus served tapas-style. Alteratively, instead of using olives and almonds in this dish, you can use preserved anchovies or fried capers.
Cook | Neil Perry | Mon Dec 01 08:47:32 EST 2014
Give tuna steak a Spanish spin with a dash of oloroso sherry. You can replace the tuna with swordfish or even diced chicken.
Cook | Neil Perry | Mon Dec 01 07:38:28 EST 2014