Stuffing is one of those brilliant dishes that transforms your average roast dinner into something really special. It’s a real mixture of textures, flavours and colours. Too many of us think of it as just a Christmas dish – but stuffing is awesome at any time of year! Check out Jamie’s go-to stuffing method, here.
Gingerbread has been enjoyed in Britain since the Middle Ages, although the recipe has evolved quite a lot since then! And Queen Elizabeth I would give beautifully crafted figures made from expensive ginger dough to her guests.
You can’t get much better than a well-boiled egg with dipping soldiers for breakfast or brunch. Whether you like them soft- or hard-boiled, it’s easy to get them spot-on simply by keeping an eye on the cooking time.
Enchiladas are very traditional in Mexican cuisine, with their appearance varying according to the region in which they’re made – often appearing as a dish in themselves, or as an accompaniment to chicken or carne asada (sliced grilled beef).
Making your own tortillas at home is so quick and easy – once you’ve tried them, you’ll never look back! Follow this step-by-step recipe to get them perfect every time.
Food and Instagram go together like two peas in a pod. Can you remember the last time you didn’t Instagram your food? Nor can we. Sad, we know, but that’s the price we pay to capture deliciously decadent, crave-worthy food porn.
Whether for chopping or slicing, carving or filleting, every well-stocked kitchen needs a decent set of knives. We’ve pulled together a guide to the array of kitchen knives available, plus mini tutorials on chopping techniques and knife maintenance to help you make the most of your kit.
In part one of our feature, we talked you through the main kitchen knives that every good home cook needs, plus some speciality knives that will really help raise your game in the kitchen. Now that you know your knives, it’s time to get your chopping techniques mastered!
In the spirit of celebrating all things Brazilian, we’ve asked native Rosana McPhee to share her recipe for arroz doce – rice pudding Brazil-style!
You just can’t beat tucking into a perfectly cooked steak, seared to perfection and coated in a gnarly, sticky homemade marinade on the outside, and blushing pink in the middle.