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Doesn’t this gorgeous salmon recipe look indulgent? The good news is that it’s a real doddle to make, with a buttery shallot sauce that adds to the wow factor! Perfect for a special occasion…
Doesn't this sound like the height of luxury? Well, it is and, thanks to a secret ingredient, plus ready-prepared lobster tails in brine, it's a risotto that anyone can make in minutes.
This brilliant moussaka will give your guests the impression that you've been cooking for hours, when in fact - thanks to a raft of ready-made ingredients - all you've done is a quick assembly job.
Coconut, lime and mango are all ingredients found in Thailand and, not surprisingly, this easy cheat dessert would slip down really well after a fiery Asian curry.
Plenty of Italian influence in this wonderfully ingenious recipe…as we all know, ham and cheese are made for each other, so simply add polenta for a quick and easy supper dish.
Lovely Christmas flavours here - although this would be good throughout the winter: port, ginger, citrus fruit, cloves… and a jar of Cumberland sauce cleverly jazzed up by Delia into something really special.
Made in moments, this trifle is a real treat for chocolate lovers. And even complete beginners can make this, as all it involves is a quick trawl round the supermarket and an assembly job.
Delia describes this classic chocolate recipe as 'not only one of the best desserts I've tried but also one of the easiest', so if you're looking for an indulgent dessert to impress, that can even be made ahead and frozen, this is it!
Although it may not be the obvious choice at the end of a rich meal, the light and fluffy texture of this cheesecake, and its hit of lemon makes it ideal. The confit needs to be made a day in advance.
If you're watching the pennies, shoulder of lamb is much more inexpensive than a leg joint or other cuts. Turn it into something really special with this flavoursome stuffing of rice, olives, onions and herbs.
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