This recipe comes with a warning: ADDICTIVE!
A great summer dish that goes with barbecue meats and seafood.
Add some punch with ginger, garlic and chilli and a handful of black sesame seeds.
Mid-week meal Nirvana!
Cheesy, garlicky golden beetroot. Sounds good to me.
Use white potatoes in this salad by all means, but it is so much more fun with a few coloured ones in the mix.
Swedes may take a little getting used to – but mashed with plenty of butter and spring onions or chives, they’re a winter winner.
Looking for a main course all-veg dinner? You just found it!
Electric Chilli, whatever the weather, fills the family cheaply!
The picture tells the story here – golden and crunchy chunks of potato, other bits less so, with a tender middle, and some wafer-thin golden crisps.
Potato & Eggplant Moussaka. The best-ever meatless moussaka you’ll ever find.
A Gratin of Winter Vegetables is an awesome accompaniment to roast beef or lamb. The aroma as it cooks will transport you to France!
This is ridiculously good. I mean it!
An easy enough curry for mid-week.Team it with a roast chicken or lots of interesting vegetable dishes.
Brussels sprouts lovers be warned: this is not enough for 4. It may just be enough for one!
While this is great with a roast chicken or good sausages, it also makes an excellent picnic or lunchbox salad.
These peppers are filled with good things: apricots, pine nuts, quinoa and spice.
Colourful, juicy and tasty, and good for you, too!
Looking good (and tasting even better!).
Hungry? Dig in!
Think of the other possibilities – serve the potatoes with spoonfuls of Bolognese sauce, puttanesca sauce, sautéed mushrooms, chilli con carne, creamed chillied canned sweet corn … anything really. It all tastes better in a spud.
Hubble bubble, chickpeas and spice. Yum!
Spicy cauliflower goes with most things … and leftovers make a great fridge snack!
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