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Recipes for One

If you are cooking for one person, it doesn't mean you need to compromise on choice.

Delia's book One is Fun is still popular today, and we have a whole selection of recipes taken from it as well as some newer ones that have appeared on the site over the years.

Boboutie, Frying-pan Paella, Kedgeree with Kippers, Butterscotch Bananas and Michael's Mango Fool are all included in the collection plus many more, they're all very easy to follow, so have a browse and choose something nice to make for yourself.

Cooking for One

Asparagus season

asparagus It may be maddeningly short, but the asparagus season means you need to be pretty quick off the blocks to make the most of it, before it comes to an end this year. Delia has plenty of ways to ring the changes with recipes for soup, pasta, tarts or simply steamed with Hollandaise sauce.

Have a look at our collection of Delia's asparagus recipes here

Chicken recipes

chicken-and-leek-pot-edited-1-26609 Chicken is always at the top of the most searched for recipes on Delia Online, and here we have a selection of the many recipes featured on the site. Very versatile, chicken fits the bill in salads, pies, curries, kebabs, and of course a good old Sunday roast.

Tempt your taste buds in our selection here

Fancy a curry?

h2203-thai-fish-curry-with-18745 Delia's collection of curry recipes will suit all palates whether you prefer a mild or a spicy curry, and there is plenty of choice here for meat lovers and vegetarians alike.

Browse our recipes and the bright, colourful dishes will instantly whisk you off to far-flung places, and we reckon you will be pleasantly surprised how easy they are to make.

Delia's curry recipes

In season

su185-one-crust-gooseberry-20736 Early gooseberries - hard, small and very green - have the best flavour for cooking.

Varieties such as Whinham's Industry and Careless come into this category, though as they ripen and sweeten the former turns positively red and the latter a milky white. For a dessert fruit, try the larger, yellowy-green Leveller later in the season. If not fully ripe, gooseberries can be stored, covered, in the fridge for up to three weeks.

Delia's gooseberry recipes

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