I prefer to make a shortbread base rather than use digestive biscuits - it tastes a little richer. But the choice is yours. Either way, this is a great dessert for a crowd.
Now my granny taught me this. She cooks by her nose as do I... so I don't always pay attention to times.
This simple stuffing is easy to make and incredibly gooooooooooood! It's made by mixing together challah bread with sauteed onion, turkey liver, eggs and salt. Use to stuff a 7kg turkey.
The secret to this simple stuffing recipe is the challah bread. It lends a rich and delicious flavour to this dish. This stuffing works well with both chicken and turkey.
Add half a jar of cranberry sauce to normal stuffing for a lovely fruity taste. Perfect Christmas treat!
This recipe for Yorkshire puddings incorporates a little bit of crème fraiche for a richer flavour and tender texture.
I adapted this recipe from a traditional vanilla one in an old Harrod's recipe book. I made it for party and it went down a storm!!
An extremely lemony pie, only hardcore Lemon lovers need apply.
You will need two cake tins. If you do not have two tins you will have to cook the layers separately. If you get it right it is delicious. If you like light cakes then this is the one for you.
This is a fantastic stuffing to use in roast chicken, duck, turkey or goose. It's made with chestnuts, wholemeal bread, celery, apple, cranberries and fresh herbs. Try it at your next Sunday lunch or Christmas dinner.
Try these scrumptious roasters with your Sunday dinner. I hope you agree they are the best you have ever tasted! The technique sounds crazy but trust me, it works!
Easy, yummy, chocolaty and kids love it! We got it while on holidays in France. Enjoy with cream or ice cream.
A traditional pudding from West Sussex. Add sultanas or raisins to the filling to make Kentish Puddle Pudding. Warning: don't eat this if you're on a diet!
It's a simple and easy recipe that we made in food technology at school.
A delicious, comforting and moreish soup, great for cold days! To make it vegan, just use vegetable stock rather than chicken stock.
This is a recipe I found in one of my grandma's old cookbooks. I think this is the one she used to cook for my dad all the time when he was young!
Easy and quick to make and makes a change from the conventional stuffing. With the basic recipe, any ingredient can be added to suit different tastes and meats. Sometimes I put haggis or black pudding into my breadcrumbs. The red pepper can be changed to anything - rosemary for lamb, sage for chicken, etc.
When my mum became a coeliac the one thing she missed was stuffing! For 2 years we have been trying to find some, first bought it in Sainsbury's and that was good until they stopped the product so we have been experimenting ever since and now we have cracked it! The flavour and texture were an almost perfect match to Paxo's.
A delicious stuffing made with a variety of mushrooms. Porcini, crimini and shiitake mushrooms are mixed together with cubed bread, leeks, celery, hazelnuts and herbs. Use to stuff a chicken or turkey.
The perfect stuffing for a roast turkey or roast chicken. Sausagemeat is mixed with cubed bread, leeks, apples and dried cranberries. Serve for Christmas dinner or Sunday lunch.