Autumn

The months between summer and Christmas yield some fantastic ingredients such as root veg, mushrooms, figs and game. Delia's recipes make the most of autumnal highlights.

 
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Individual Queen of PuddingsServes 6

Individual Queen of Puddings

You can, of course, make this in one large baking dish but the puddings look really pretty presented in individual dishes, particularly when entertaining.

 
 
Oven-roasted RatatouilleServes 4

Oven-roasted Ratatouille

A classic ratatouille is wonderful, but if you roast the vegetables it takes it to another dimension and retains all the vegetables' flavour and texture.

 
 
Chocolate, Prune and Armagnac CakeServes 8

Chocolate, Prune and Armagnac Cake

Start this wonderful gluten-free cake a couple of days ahead, then revel in its sheer lightness, due to the lack of flour used.

 
 
PaellaServes 6

Paella

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...

 
 
Pasta alla CarbonaraServes 2

Pasta alla Carbonara

Serve the pasta on really hot deep plates with some extra grated Pecorino Romano

 
 
Stuffed Pork Tenderloin with Fresh HerbsServes 4

Stuffed Pork Tenderloin with Fresh Herbs

A no-fuss way to cook and serve roast pork, stuffed with vibrant fresh herbs for a pairing made in paradise.

 
 
Lucy's Tarte Tatin

Lucy's Tarte Tatin

Tarte Tatin is one of the truly great French desserts and is a gift for those who don't like making pastry cases, as you simply place the pastry over the apples to cook. Use whatever apples you like for this.

 
 
Sfogi in SaorServes 4-6

Sfogi in Saor

An unusual way to serve sole, this sweet-and-sour sauce makes it a real treat for all who eat it. This would be a great recipe to serve at a supper party.

 
 
Poor Man's Stroganoff with Wild MushroomsServes 4

Poor Man's Stroganoff with Wild Mushrooms

Using cheaper beef rather than fillet steak makes this a much more economical dish - yet it doesn't suffer anything in the process and is still the most fantastic recipe.

 
 
Rillettes de ToursServes 6 as a first course or light lunch

Rillettes de Tours

Just add toast, pickles or chutney for a real taste of France, ideal for those who don't like liver.

 
 
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