This classic Northumberland dish of layered potato, onions and cheese, slow-cooked in a pan until golden and crispy, will satisfy even the heartiest of appetites.
I like to make a chunkier version of mushy peas. Use fresh or frozen peas and serve with pan-fried fish fillets or a beefy pie.
Leeks and celery moisten and lighten this traditional English dish.
I made these when I had my pub, and they were always a hit. I made them in large batches because of the standing time, but have scaled the recipe for home use.
Great comfort food! A savoury bread and butter pudding made with eggs and cheese. Ideal as a light evening meal, or even a breakfast with a difference! Optional: Add grilled chopped bacon, mushrooms, ham, tomato or anything else you can think of!
These irresistible little canapés are always a hit at parties. And all the better, they're very easy to make.
Can be served as either a side or a warm starter. Indulge with the finest balsamic vinegar you can find, and enjoy!
A creamy asparagus soup with yoghurt, lemon and Parmesan. Everyone who tastes this loves it! You can substitute soya products to make this recipe vegan.
This recipe started simple then I kept adding ingredients until it was perfect. Its a a rich asparagus and mushrooms topped with parmesan cheese. My husband always asks for seconds!
A simple but tasty twist to regular old asparagus.
A simple but tasty way to cook fresh asparagus! Try using vinaigrette dressing in place of the butter too.
Velvety asparagus soup, lovely green colour, great with crunchy rolls. My friend gave me this recipe, it originally used chicken stock. When my daughter became vegetarian, I modified it with vegetable stock instead! It also doubles easily. This soup will tempt even asparagus haters!
Really healthy vegetable burgers made with kidney beans, vegetables, garlic and ginger. My OH thinks they're great and that they are nicer than the meaty variety.