From pies and tarts to fishcakes, curries and casseroles, savoury recipes are the mainstay of everyone's repertoire. With almost 1400 recipes on the site, there are literally hundreds of mouthwatering ideas to choose from...
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.
Made from storecupboard ingredients, this tasty supper dish is ideal when you arrive home from work tired and hungry and need to eat now! Give it a try…
This is a complete meal for four, which has a great deal going for it in terms of child appeal yet, at the same time, will be equally appreciated by young-at-heart adults.
Crab is one of those quintessentially summer ingredients: try this wonderful quick and easy salad for a real treat!
An English parsley sauce has, in many ways, become a forgotten delicacy. It's excellent served with boiled gammon or any baked fish or, as shown here, it's supremely good served as a partner to fresh salmon.
At the first hint of a hot day, get the barbecue out and make these gorgeous kebabs. Or, if it threatens to cloud over, you can always cook them under the grill. Either way, they're a real treat!
The way I cook a salmon is extremely slowly, wrapped in foil in the oven. I cannot recommend this method highly enough. With skin and bones, head and tail intact there is not only a captured concentration of flavours, but also a guaranteed succulent
This is what I call comfort food - the kind of thing to make on a cold, grey winter's day. You can vary the vegetables if you like (I quite like it with mushrooms replacing half the leeks).
This is a very quick and easy vegetarian supper dish for two people, especially good if you grow your own tomatoes and courgettes and have a glut to use up. You could also serve it as a starter for four people.
A truly authentic chilli con carne, this, with the classic accompaniments of pinto beans, grated cheese, raw onion, saltine crackers and soured cream. A lovely cheat recipe, Delia makes it with steak, rather than mince, for a better texture.
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