Ooh la la! Delia's pulled out all the stops with a terrific selection of the very best of French cuisine, from steaks and salades to snacks such as Croque Monsieur.
There are some luxuries in the kitchen that really do help to perk up certain dishes, and one of these is a bottle of Calvados because it seems to have within it all the concentrated aroma and flavour of an apple loft. This recipe can be doubled
Garlicky, sea-fresh mussels are a real treat...and are surprisingly cheap too. Enjoy them with lots of bread for a simple lunch or starter.
It's no surprise that this lovely French classic has stood the test of time: perfect for a supper party or Sunday lunch. Try to make it the day before so the full flavours can develop.
A great Gallic classic, this is a wonderful one-pot recipe for chicken - and the wine and stock keep it beautifully moist and full of flavour.
Dauphinoise Potates is a great way to serve potatoes if you are enterntaining. Once prepared in advance, they cook nice and slowly in the oven requiring absolutely no attention!
If you have an aversion to kneading and proving dough, you'll love this recipe, made with scone dough for speed and ease. Vary the toppings according to what you like or need to use up. Either way, it's a real winner!
Easy to cook, the creamy flesh of skate marries well with a punchy-flavoured salsa such as this one. Serve it with salad and new potatoes.
Master the simple art of making a really good omelette and, says Delia, you'll never be short of a quick and easy supper or lunch dish, either served plain or with fillings.
The one thing we have profoundly to thank French classic cookery for is the creation of steak au poivre. Good, beefy steak, fragrant peppercorns and red wine are a most sublime combination. Don't be tempted to think that naff restaurants that serve s
These lovely, light, airy choux buns are filled and topped with a squidgy chocolate mousse mixture and coated with chocolate icing and chopped nuts.
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