Let these recipes and cooking tips from Knorr inspire you to create deliciously simple meals and really get creative in the kitchen.
This fish pie recipe makes a delicious family supper.
For many people, pepper sauce is their all-time favourite accompaniment for steak – and this version, with a dash of white wine, adds a delicious twist to what’s normally expected. Serve in a gravy boat and allow your guests to drizzle on top of their steak.
A simple yet imaginative way to prepare cod. Cod fillets can be cooked and seasoned in an endless amount of fashions – but sharper, lighter flavours truly do the fish justice. See how this recipe uses a white wine and dill sauce to set off the cod’s neutral flavours perfectly. Serve with small new potatoes, baby carrots and asparagus.
Ratatouille is a perfect side dish – but done correctly, it can become the centrepiece. Enjoy with wild rice for a delicious meal in its own right. Or serve on top of roast chicken breast to add colour and flavour to the meat. This recipe is incredibly simple, but also very flavoursome. It’s simply a case of preparing your vegetables, then adding the Knorr mixture.
A successful sauce can hold any dish together – as this Chanterelle Mushroom-inspired mixture illustrates perfectly. Try it with a jacket potato, griddled chicken breast or roasted Mediterranean vegetables.
Lamb with sunshine flavours, perfect for spring.
I like a deep, layered lasagne.
Chicken and mushroom dishes always have a warming quality – and this creamy autumnal feast is no different. Wild mushrooms are one of this country’s hidden gems, and with the right knowledge, you can forage them for yourself. Coupled with the chives, they give the chicken a memorable flavour, while the Knorr mixture tops the whole dish off.
Casseroles should always feature strong, pungent flavours and aromas. This richly-seasoned chicken creation has it all: Bacon, onion, mushroom, and of course, red wine. The recipe itself is surprisingly straightforward, which is another key aspect of any casserole.
This recipe’s combination of three strong flavours – spice, chestnut and citrus – can really bring your next roast chicken dish to life. And it couldn’t be simpler – all you need to do is season the chicken before allowing it to cook in the bag.
The tenderness of lamb makes it a perfect meat to use in slow-cooking and casseroles. With two or three vegetable ingredients and the right method of cooking, lamb can provide you with a hearty, delicious casserole in just over an hour. Serve with simple creamy herby mash.
Quick solution after a long days work! Very tasty! With the leftovers, sift out the veggies and set aside. Throw in some stewing beef and cook for an hour or so until soft. Add in the veggies again and done!
This Knorr® bread sauce is a perfect example of how a classic flavour can be given an extra layer – the onion and nutmeg enhance the sauce’s flavour, whatever you’re using it on.
The longer the beef’s been hung, the better. I look for a steak that’s at least 28 days mature, not one of those pink, fresh steaks – there’s no flavour in them. I search for a good coating of fat round the eye of the meat.
So healthy and so simple. When buying mackerel, look for bright, vibrant colours: petrol greens, shades of purple and bright silver should hit you straight away.
The flavour of summer in Italy.
Orange juice, olive oil and fresh herbs. A magical combination.
Dinner for two in twenty minutes. It's fantastic.