What should you be cooking this month?
See our selection of Delia's recipes using ingredients in season this month. To find out more about February ingredients and their recipes, click here
The combination of orange and passion fruit gives this a tangy flavour, and because passion fruit is always available it’s great to use between seasons, particularly in winter.
As Delia says, this recipe is unanimously agreed within food circles, to be the best lentil recipe in existence. Why not give it a try and see what you think?
The winter months aren't the most exciting on the vegetable front, but when you can make wonderful soups like this one - from potatoes, leeks and Brussels sprouts - who cares?
Another supremely good version of mashed potato, this is based on the Irish recipe for Colcannon potatoes, which was originally served in a fluffy pile with a sort of well in the centre that was filled with melted butter.
Apples, as I’ve said before, are good in cake recipes, adding fragrance as well as moisture. So they’re perfect for muffins. In the autumn you could replace one of the apples with an equal weight of blackberries
One of Delia's absolute favourite soups - and the good thing is that it's really cheap to make, especially in the winter months when leeks and potatoes are packed with flavour.
Once cooled the only thing to do is make some toast to try it!
Cooked in a matter of minutes, pancakes are traditionally eaten on Shrove Tuesday, but they are good enough to have any time of the year.
The traditional accompaniment to haggis, this combination of swede and carrots shouldn't be confined to north of the Border. Instead, serve it with roasts and sausages during the winter, when root veg is at its best.
Cheap and readily available, wood pigeon is a game bird that's well worth discovering...and Delia's scrumptious apple and shallot confit makes it even more special. Serve the confit with other game birds too.
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