All time classic British comfort food recipes

Craving cosy comfort food like Granny used to make? Take a trip down memory lane and tuck into these all time favourite comfort food recipes.

All time classic British comfort food recipes
Toad in the hole

Toad in the hole

Give yourself a treat with this hearty British classic. For a veggie alternative, use Quorn sausages, veggie gravy, and omit the bacon.

Fish 'n' chips with mushy peas

Fish 'n' chips with mushy peas

Fish and chips is a classic British meal, and one of the nation's favourite takeaways. Use sustainable fish fillets to create your own mouthwatering fish and chip supper at home.

Lancashire hotpot

Lancashire hotpot

A favourite dish with families, this traditional English recipe is cheap to make and low in calories.

Quick cauliflower cheese

Quick cauliflower cheese

This is ideal as a light supper for two people or a hearty main course accompaniment for four. If you’re not a veggie, add chopped cooked bacon.

Shepherd's pie

Shepherd's pie

This rustic shepherd's pie is a perfect for kids' suppers.

Roast chicken with speedy white wine and thyme gravy

Roast chicken with speedy white wine and thyme gravy

Whilst cooking this for your Sunday lunch, roast an extra chicken so that later you can knock up any of the following: Chicken, ham and leek filo pie; Creamy chicken, spinach and pancetta pancakes; and Spicy Moroccan chicken.

Bangers and mash, mustard gravy and apple wedges

Bangers and mash, mustard gravy and apple wedges

Tuck into a plate of Britain's traditional pub fare – those wholesome staples, bangers and mash.

Fish pie

Fish pie

Who doesn't love fish pie? Here's a fish pie recipe that's got oodles of flavour.

Steak and kidney pie

Steak and kidney pie

This quintessential British dish pays homage to British Food Fortnight, which starts today. This pie recipe will satisfy the hungriest of stomachs.

Potato, leek and Stilton soup

Potato, leek and Stilton soup

Why not try this warm and filling potato, leek and Stilton soup recipe for these dark winter days. It's so easy to make too.

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