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...
Usually, rich sauces such as mayonnaise are off the radar for dieters, but Delia has cleverly come up with a way round it and created a low-fat mayo that is based on a 19th-century original by one of her favourite cookery writers.
Just what your burgers have been missing! This American classic is very easy to make and adds plenty of flavour to burgers and grilled meats.
If you're on a low-fat diet you can make a fat free version with just cold milk and sauce flour
Anchovies, mi-cuit tomatoes, olives, oregano: all strong flavours, but combine them in a processor and you end up with this lovely pate-like result. Spread it on to toasted bread for a type of bruschetta - useful as nibbles at a party.
The title says it all and this jewel-like confit is the perfect foil for the richness of game or duck - you could also serve it with cheeses and cold cuts at Christmas as a change from your usual chutney.
This stunning prawn starter is easy to make and will wow your guests with its intriguing mix of flavours - a wonderful way to start a special meal.
Bought tartare sauce isn't a patch on this luscious home-made version - and you won't believe how easy it is to make! Keep it in the fridge for up to a week and serve with anything fishy…
Prawns, lobster bisque, Gruyere cheese and sherry combine perfectly in this easy cheat's version of a risotto - baked in the oven, so no tedious stirring! Yet what could be more luxurious than this at a special meal for two?
Yes, it's unusual for a cheesecake to be savoury rather than sweet, but try to suspend disbelief and we can promise you'll enjoy this light and summery concoction, which will also please vegetarians if it's on the menu.
Easy to make, these wonderful savoury scones will vanish in seconds! Although it may sound unusual to add Roquefort, potato and sage to scones, it actually works really well.
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