This Roast Lamb & Rosemary Pie recipe from Elizabeth’s Kitchen Diaries includes a homemade pastry recipe that was her Grandmother’s. The pastry is lovely and rich as it’s full of lard and a touch of brown sugar. Her mother used this pastry recipe to make meat pies out of left over roast beef.
This pasta dish of asparagus, smoked salmon and cream cheese is very quick to make with just a few ingredients it’s sure to become a family favourite.
This super simple recipe from Ren Behan is sure to be a family pleaser. It’s so easy to make using turkey mince which is very lean and great value for money.
This warm vegetarian salad is quick and easy and perfect for Spring. If you don’t have asparagus courgettes work just as well or try it with any seasonal vegetables, you have to hand.
This is the perfect recipe to get the kids involved and help towards their five a day. Quick and easy to make it can be rustled up in no time and provides a wonderful healthy snack.
If you love Salted Caramel and Chocolate these Oatmeal Bars are for you! You can be sure if there are any little ones around they will enjoy getting chocolaty for this recipe.
This recipe by Phil Fanning from Paris House for soda bread is so wonderfully delicious as well as being easy to make with minimal ingredients.
Simple, delicious and economical. This chicken soup recipe has been passed down the generations in Jane Devonshire’s family and it’s exactly as her Mum and Nanny made it.
We all love a one pot meal and this one by Jane Devonshire is fabulously gluten free. This recipe is a midweek favourite in her household as it’s very easy, tasty, great for freezing and economical too!
This Cheesy Fish Pie by Jane Devonshire is a simple yet delicious recipe. Easy to whip up with minimal ingredients and it’s gluten free too!