Looking for some comforting recipes to tuck into this winter?

Take a look at our selection of roasts, one-pot casseroles, soups and sides. There’s also a couple of delicious chocolate treats for those of us with a sweet tooth.

So good you won’t even notice the weather outside!

 

 
Looking for a fun and easy chocolate dessert recipe? Look no further than this Chocolate Fondue! Perfect for an evening soiree or fun family gathering! 
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What a wonderful recipe for the colder months when we turn to slower cooked cuts of meat.
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Roasted Pheasant Cock-a-Leekie traditionally made with chicken the broth is thickened with barley whilst the prunes add a rich colour and sweetness.
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As the Autumn weather creeps in and our minds turn to soups and stews, it’s easy to forget the comfort to be had from a good piece of fish.
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Paneer and Biryani are two words that can make anyone's mouth water. Put them together and you have the most divine amalgamation of flavours.
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Known in most curry houses in the UK as a classic vegetable vegan side dish, Saag Aloo remains a firm favourite that we're sure you'll love!
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We are delighted to share this recipe by Great British Chef Shaun Hill. It has to be one of the finest examples of chocolate cake in existence!
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There's no better time of year for serving soup and this Minestrone is packed full of tasty vegetables and canned pulses.
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This recipe has been taken from Wild Honey & Rye: Modern Polish Recipes. Often called Polish Gnocchi Kopytka are simple to make and incredibly comforting to eat.
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Jöro's Chef Director Luke French has created this delicious recipe for us for sourdough crumpets.
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Lamb Rogan Josh is an old family favourite of ours and for the longest time has been our go to dish for an easy Saturday night dinner.
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This Shepherd’s Pie is a version of the traditional Irish dish except we’ve used leeks in replace of onions for a bit of a twist. One portion fits perfectly in our 10cm Mini Cast Iron Casserole.
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Shin of beef is perfect for stewing, it is a reasonably cheap cut of meat with a lovely gelatinous grain running through it. When you cook it slowly in a delicious broth the ingredients transform into a rich, melt-in-the-mouth 'wonder-dish'.
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This soup, based on a recipe in the Rebar Modern Food Cookbook called the Thai Dragon Bowl, is great because it's simple and very versatile.
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This is a great one-pot option for your Sunday Roast. Pot roasting keeps the meat nice and tender and any left over gravy makes an excellent base for soup.
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Our recipe for sweet potato mash is a wonderful alternative to regular mash. Slightly lighter than normal mash and with a kick of spice it's perfect with grilled meat dishes.
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