Using a good-quality curry powder or paste takes all the work out of making this fabulous dish. For the best flavour, make it a day ahead and reheat.
An quick and easy fruit cake for tea time. Best eaten fresh.
Use good quality sausages, any flavour you like! Cook them in Yorkshire pudding batter to make this traditional dish that children love. Don't forget the gravy!
This is a family recipe for traditional Mackem panacalty . . . think Lancashire hot-pot, but from Sunderland! It's cheap, easy to make and I don't know anyone who doesn't love it. This is the basic recipe but you can tweak it, I sometimes swap the carrots for parsnips, uncooked beetroot or any root vegetable I have in the house! The only absolutely essential ingredients are corned beef and Worcestershire sauce!
A hearty, savoury slow cooker beef stew with potatoes, carrots and celery. You won't be slow to say 'yum'!
This traybake is a different way to use up that abundant supply of rhubarb. It's a nice change of pace.
This is an easy recipe to follow and it's great for any occasion. It's a very moist loaf cake, ideally cut into slices and buttered. It keeps very well in an airtight container - it usually doesn't last longer than a day before it's all gone!
The easiest banana cake to make, just right for using up those very ripe bananas in the fruit bowl! I make this one in a loaf tin then you can cut slices and butter them for an after school treat.