Chicken is one of the most popular searches on the site and no wonder: from slow-cooked casseroles packed with tomatoes, herbs, spices and other ingredients, to a succulent roast for Sunday lunch, and quick and easy midweek supper ideas, chicken is truly versatile.
Thai chicken curry is hugely popular but can take a while to cook. This speedy version, however, has all the flavour but none of the faff - no wonder it's one of your favourite recipes on the site!
Anyone's who holidayed in Spain will have enjoyed this superb combination of seafood and rice, with a spicy kick. Delia has perfected her own version - and learnt a little culinary secret along the way...
For many years, Delia avoided this sumptuous recipe on humanitarian grounds. But eventually she summoned the courage - and was delighted that she did!
This demands the reddest, ripest tomatoes, so is a good one for autumn eating - and even winter, as long as you can find tomatoes with plenty of flavour. One of the most popular recipes on the site, and it's easy to see why!
This wonderful, Mexican-inspired recipe is packed with zingy flavours and creaminess too! A brilliant choice for both family eating and entertaining.
A healthy, lower-fat option for a barbecue, these kebabs are given extra appeal by the wonderful coriander chutney, a real taste of the East.
This is one of the first recipes I did for London's Evening Standard, approximately 40 years ago – it has stood the test of time wonderfully and has even improved with the addition of the crème fraîche.
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.
Based on a classic French dish, this couldn't be easier to make, with the tarragon, sherry vinegar and sherry adding plenty of flavour. A lovely summer casserole.
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.
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