- 30 mins - 1 hour
- Neil Perry
Good Food - Cook
There are plenty of short cuts and tips to achieving impressive end results for even the most time poor or inexperienced of bakers. Lyndey Milan chooses a selection here.
Cook | | Thu Dec 18 10:09:18 EST 2014
Light, refreshing summer soups are a favourite in my house; vibrant seasonal vegetables need little cooking to bring out their flavours.
Cook | Frank Camorra | Tue Dec 16 12:38:00 EST 2014
Fresh prawns enhance this Thai-style soup, traditionally eaten in hot climates. You can substitute crab for the prawns, and scale down the chilli punch by halving the amount of green curry paste.
Cook | Frank Camorra | Tue Dec 16 12:13:52 EST 2014
This simple whole fish recipe is a show-stopper. Just match the fragrant salmon and rice with a simple salad to feed a crowd easily and healthily.
Celebration,Cook | Adam Liaw | Tue Dec 16 11:22:29 EST 2014
Nothing says summer to me like prawns being grilled on the barbecue. Often that will mean garlic, olive oil and plenty of lemon juice and pepper, but I also love chargrilled prawns with the darkly...
Celebration,Cook | Karen Martini | Tue Dec 16 11:00:19 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
This deliciously summery dish apparently began life as a mash of strawberries and thick cream, then somebody added crisp meringues, making it a three-ingredient hit that still resonates today.
Celebration,Cook | Jill Dupleix | Tue Dec 16 09:47:27 EST 2014
I want to make an Edwardian Christmas dinner. What should I serve and where should I get recipes?
Cook | Brain food | Tue Dec 16 00:00:00 EST 2014
Don’t stress over your festive fare – help is sometimes just a phone call and delivery van away.
Cook | Carli Ratcliff | Tue Dec 16 00:00:00 EST 2014
Lyndey Milan shares 10 great baking tips. Whipping up a cake or biscuits need never instil fear again.
Cook | Lyndey Milan | Tue Dec 16 00:00:00 EST 2014
Actress, opera singer, author and cook Silvia Colloca grew up with great food. She shares some of her kitchen secrets.
Cook | Stephanie Clifford-Smith | Tue Dec 16 00:00:00 EST 2014
Take a look inside the kitchen of actress, opera singer, author and cook Silvia Colloca.
Cook | | Mon Dec 15 16:17:40 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.
Celebration,Cook | Neil Perry | Mon Dec 15 14:28:55 EST 2014
These are really a chocolate shortbread, perfect for dunking on their own. There will be some chocolate and hazelnuts left over but you need a generous amount for easy dipping.
Cook | Lyndey Milan | Mon Dec 15 12:40:40 EST 2014
These scones can have any kind of fruit on top to caramelise. I made them first with pears for my TV series Baking Secrets, but summer fruits make a delightful alternative.
Cook | Lyndey Milan | Mon Dec 15 12:24:05 EST 2014
This version of the festive favourite is made easier by a melt-and-mix technique and decorating the top with nuts rather than icing.
Cook | Lyndey Milan | Mon Dec 15 12:11:31 EST 2014
What does a chef serve his family each Christmas? A delicious hot-weather dessert featuring Mars Bar.
Christmas Feasts,Cook | Guillaume Brahimi | Mon Dec 15 09:34:23 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
Natasha Rudra asks butcher Marco Balzanelli for his tips on selecting the best ham for the festive holidays.
Cook | Natasha Rudra | Sun Dec 14 16:09:20 EST 2014