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.
I’m not very horticulturally minded but rhubarb is, I think, technically, a vegetable. But since the richness of duck is always complemented by something sweet and acidic, rhubarb is absolutely perfect.
A Sunday lunchtime treat: a pepper crust helps to keep the meat succulent while roasting, while the onions and thyme adds intriguing flavours and a hint of Italian to this superb recipe.
This is an ideal recipe for making use of new potatoes that are getting a bit on the big side.
Steaming new potatoes served with butter and chopped fresh mint is always a delight, but it’s good to have a change. New potatoes roast beautifully in their skins, and if you buy the baby ones ready cleaned, there is no need to wash them and the skin
We all love roast potatoes, but sometimes it's good to try something new. Here, Delia has added red onions and red wine vinegar which gives a rich depth of flavour that's irresistible!
A great midweek supper or weekend treat, this recipe simply involves throwing lamb chops, garlic, herbs and potatoes into a baking tin and roasting. What could be easier?
Pears and goose complement each other very well, which is why there are pears in the stuffing as well as an accompaniment. Goose deserves a wider audience so this would be a great alternative to turkey at Christmas.
The citrus, rum and raisin sauce is the perfect foil for the richness of the gammon and the sweet crisp crackling. This would make a superb centrepiece for a hot buffet at Christmas.
This recipe is for those who want to enjoy all the traditional flavours of Christmas without having to go through the whole turkey-cooking marathon. Serve with Joubère bread sauce and Ocean Spray original cranberry sauce
Who’d have thought you can roast a whole chicken in just 45 minutes? Well you can, with succulent results. This adaptable recipe is brilliant whatever herbs you use, so if tarragon isn’t available try rosemary, sage or thyme.
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