As you'd expect, Delia has plenty of lovely roast recipes up her sleeve, allowing you to put together a classic Sunday roast lunch or dinner for family and friends. Take a look at the How to Cook section of the site too, wherre you'll find advice on making the perfect gravy, roast potatoes and classic sauces.
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.
Vegetarians will love these chickpea cutlets - a cheap and easy meal that's quick to make once you've soaked the chickpeas and a good way of upping your intake of nutritious puses. Curry powder and cayenne pepper add plenty of spice.
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.
You could make this at any time of the year, but in Delia's view autumn lamb gives the most flavourful results. Serve it with plenty of mashed potato and root veg.
Who says cooking is difficult? This quick recipe is a great way of cooking several veggies at once - and roasting them retains all the flavour and nutritional value. Wonderful with the Sunday roast!
Pork and cheese is a classic combination, used here by Delia to create a substantial and flavourful supper or lunchtime bake with the addition of spinach.
During the pheasant season it's well worth making the most of this traditional game bird. Roasting it in muslin is a great way of preventing it from drying out, keeping the flavourful meat full of succulence.
Well, what can we say? Simply that thousands of you will be feasting on this foolproof turkey recipe on Christmas Day and enjoying compliments from everyone!
Glazing parsnips with mustard and maple syrup gives them a whole new dimension… wonderful with any roast meats or poultry or as a vegetarian dish.
Winter carrots can lack flavour and appeal, but if you add coriander seeds and slightly caramelise them in the oven, they seem to take on a new lease of life.
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