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No lumps or watery potato here: with Delia's help you will make perfect mash every time as long as you follow a few simple rules. Once you've mastered it, what could be better with your suppertime sausages?
Make this a month before Christmas so that the flavours can mature: brilliant with cheeses and cold meats.
An unusual way of cooking celery, the addition of a cheese and onion sauce brings a creaminess and plenty of flavour to one of winter's best vegetables.
This classic potato dish is, quite rightly, seen as the perfect partner to roasts, casseroles, sausages and braised dishes.
Bubble-and-squeak with a Christmas twist as well as a great way to use up Sunday lunch leftovers. Instead of the usual cabbage and potatoes, Delia uses leftover sprouts for a tasty version of this traditional recipe.
Delia's mincemeat is, as you'd expect, totally brilliant. So make up some batches of this lovely mincemeat - you won't believe how easy it is and it puts anything you can buy well and truly in the shade!
Coriander, lime, chilli and garlic give this chutney zing and freshness. Serve it with curries or any Eastern dish such as grilled meats or fish.
What could be better than home-made bread, especially when it's crammed with the flavours of cheese, potatoes, fresh sage and caramelised onions. We are confident this will soon become one of your favourites!
A holiday in Provence inspired Delia to borrow this recipe from her good friend, Di. Easy to make, it's packed with pepper flavour and is ideal with cold cuts and cheese.
Chips really do need something with them to give them a bit of a lift, which is where this zingy, tomato-based relish comes in. Who needs tomato ketchup?
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