No one in my family is missing the meat in this vegetarian chestnut roast with a delicious mushroom stuffing. Try adding thyme and grated cheese for a flavour boost.
This is a great alternative roast for Sunday lunch or Christmas dinner. Ham is seasoned with dark brown soft sugar and cloves and baked in a slow oven.
A well-flavoured ham joint that's easy to make. Pre-cooked ham is baked with a maple syrup and red wine vinegar glaze. Enjoy for Sunday lunch or Christmas dinner.
A filling vegetarian nut loaf that's packed with walnuts, pecans, wild rice, cheese and herbs. Perfect for a vegetarian main course. Carrot and parsnip mash make an nice accompaniment.
This is a very versatile recipe. You can try it with many different combinations of nuts, seeds and vegetables. For best results, it's worth blitzing the sunflower seeds into a coarse flour in a food processor.
Cath's danish slipper joint ham. Just three ingredients. Leftovers made excellent sandwiches, with a side salad.
This is an excellent way of cooking gammon. It's basted with coke and then patted with a mustard breadcrumbs and baked until golden.
Just three ingredients stand between you and a delicious ham. It's baked with a coating of tomato ketchup and dark brown soft sugar. Simply wonderful!
I bake gammon with a sticky fig jam glaze for Christmas dinner every year and it never fails to be enjoyed with the turkey. Personally, I enjoy it even more in sandwiches on Boxing day!
I like to slowly cook a fresh whole salmon or salmon trout in a foil packet with some white wine, butter and parsley. It's so moist and flavourful, all you need to serve with this are new potatoes and butter.