Risotto is comfort food at its best, and you can ring the changes by adding almost any ingredients you have to hand. This one uses a selection of chicken, pancetta, leeks and courgettes.
A real Scottish classic – serve this hearty combination of chicken, leeks, rice and prunes with wedges of warm soda bread spread thick with butter.
This savoury all-in-one pilaf dish is a mixture of chicken thighs, mushrooms, peppers and rice cooked in a flavourful chicken stock.
This casserole has lots of flavour and is colourful. Easy to make for yourself or for a dinner party with your friends.
This is my version of Pumpkin Risotto. A very creamy risotto with feta melted through it. My whole family love this recipe and I get cheers from my kids when I tell them we are having it for dinner. You can use butternut squash instead of pumpkin, if desired.
Chicken and bacon are a match made in heaven, and the sweet taste of pumpkin really makes this dish come together nicely. The trick with risotto is to have all your ingredients prepared and ready, because you need to stir continuously from start to finish.
The perfect soup for the winter months. It's delicious and exceptionally hearty. Chicken is simmered with onion, celery, carrots, celery and rice. Serve for a substantial lunch or dinner.
This Indian inspired soup is mildly curried. Chicken and rice is heated in a pureed vegetable soup base. It's the perfect soup that will keep you warm throughout the winter. Serve with naan bread, if desired.
Seafood is stir-fried with chicken, eggs, rice, green pepper and pineapple, then presented in a hollowed out fresh pineapple. A beautiful way to serve fried rice. Present this at your next dinner party!
Delicious cold rice salad with chicken, sweetcorn, chorizo and tomato. Ideal for the lunch box for work or serve at a BBQ. This recipe came about after having some leftover chicken mixture from my chicken enchilada recipe and has been slightly adapted now as a recipe in its own right.