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Sometimes it looks more elegant to serve individual pies, especially when entertaining. These lovely little morsels of meat and mushrooms really fit the bill…
The ultimate comfort food, this classic steamed pudding is always going to hit the spot. And it's surprisingly easy to make - then all you do is leave it to bubble away for a few hours.
Inspired by one of Delia's favourite Italian classics - and a mystery trip to Venice - this recipe is a great way to cook liver or, indeed, fillet steak if you really want to push the boat out for a special occasion.
Cooking steak and kidney as a casserole with dumplings - rather than the more usual pie or suet pudding - makes the dish lighter. Serve it with plenty of seasonal vegetables.
This is my version of the famous Venetian dish (Fegato alla Veneziana), rich but meltingly light. In summer, for a change, the whole thing works brilliantly with lambs' liver and either way it's very good served with buttered spinach and...
This is a recipe for summer when English lambs’ liver is plentiful.
I first had these served al fresco on a flowery terrace in Tuscany on a warm summer evening. They are simplicity itself, yet really fresh tasting. Lovely with a pile of lightly buttered fresh noodles and a salad.
This is a lovely light recipe for summer, when lambs' kidneys are at their plump best. I like to keep the mustard flavour quite subtle, but if you like it more pronounced, just add a little more mustard.
This is more or less the same as steak au poivre but quite a bit cheaper and – if you like liver – every bit as good.
This goes very well with some basmati rice cooked with onion, or else with some very creamy mashed potato.
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