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.
Another recipe that's cheap but full of flavour and good nutrition: chicken cooked with a mixture of lentils, tomatoes and spices for a warming and healthy supper dish.
This frugal recipe includes aubergines, peppers, mushrooms and tomatoes so will be cheapest to make in early autumn when these ingredients are in season: enjoy!
Pot roasts used to be very fashionable and deserve a revival - wintry one-pot casseroles like this one make the most of seasonal root veg and help you to feed the family cheaply.
Use whatever meats you like, and chicken: the most important element is this lovely tangy, fruity glaze that lifts a barbecue into another realm…
Chicken with a creamy lemon sauce used to be a very popular dish and definitely deserves a revival, as it's an easy way to jazz up a simple roast chicken.
If you're looking for a new way to cook chicken breasts this is it! Filled with a cheese and chive mixture then fried in breadcrumbs, they provide an easy and delicious weekday supper dish.
With its porcini mushroom and bacon stuffing and unctuous Marsala sauce, this elegant recipe is perfect for entertaining and, although it looks super-luxurious, it's actually quick and easy to cook.
Marinated Chicken with Honey and Ginger served with Mango and Sultana Salsa and Saffron-roasted Potatoes
Limes, honey, mangoes, chilli and ginger do wonders for the humble chicken in this light and healthy supper dish, served with gorgeous golden saffron potatoes.
Exotic, full of flavour and perfect for a winter's day, this Moroccan chicken casserole is certain to become a family favourite.
Good, homely comfort food that can easily be elevated to dinner-party status is how Delia describes these elegant little pastry parcels. If you haven't tried them, you don't know what you're missing…
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