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.
This is simplicity itself – just pop the chops into the oven to bake, and the sauce is easily made. We like to serve this with tiny steamed new potatoes tossed in a teaspoonful of lamb fat and freshly snipped chives.
In the winter, when only imported lamb is reasonably priced, this is a good way to jazz up half a shoulder.
A lovely winter roast with the most fantastic sauce ever - this is bound to become one of your family favourites!
Red onions, thyme and garlic are all classic ingredients with chicken, and here Delia has combined them in one of those summery, easy roast chicken recipes you'll return to again and again.
This lovely fast-roast chicken is full of fresh flavours and will provide the perfect centrepiece for a family gathering.
This superb recipe gives you the crunchy, crisp skin of Chinese-style duck, but retains the moistness of the rich meat inside. Add a wonderful sour cherry sauce and you have a meal fit for a king!
You can use chicken for this recipe, but it's well worth seeking out guinea fowl in the autumn and winter months as it has a wonderful depth of flavour, here accentuated by Calvados, creme fraiche and apples.
Butchers will chop up and sell you marrowbones for just a few pence, or they can sometimes be bought pre-packed in supermarkets. For a light beef stock use the same ingredients and follow the same instructions but leave out the initial roasting of...
If you want a golden, succulent, flavourful turkey at Christmas, with a superb stuffing, there really is no other recipe to use than this one!
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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