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When it comes to comfort, British recipes are the culinary equivalent of a ruddy great hug.
From hotpots, pies and pasties, to fruity crumbles and puds, here are your favourite traditional recipes.
Treat yourself with this classic supper.
A favourite dish with families, this traditional English recipe is cheap to make and low in calories.
This rustic shepherd's pie is a perfect for kids' suppers.
This quintessential British dish pays homage to British Food Fortnight, which starts today. This pie recipe will satisfy the hungriest of stomachs.
This Sunday roast recipe is an extra special version of that firm British favourite – roast beef and Yorkshire puddings.
A cheesy take on a classic British dish.
With its rich, sticky texture, lamb shank is the perfect filling for these delicious pasties. They're cheap to make, too.
Tuck into a plate of Britain's traditional pub fare – those wholesome staples, bangers and mash.
Apples make a wonderful foil for the salty meat and the crumbly cheese is an added bonus in this easy gammon recipe.
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.
This posh fruity crumble, in individual servings, is a recipe to impress.
Luscious, sticky, irresistible steamed puds are one of Britain's greatest culinary gifts to the world – and they’re a doddle to make.
What more can be said about this light baked pud with its spongy base, jam filling and crisp meringue topping? Simply dig in and enjoy!
If you thought bread and butter pudding was good, try this fabulous variation using tangy marmalade and real vanilla.
A simple, quick and delicious trifle, updated with amaretti biscuits and chopped toasted hazelnuts.
Serve this traditional suet pud with custard – and that’s an order!
These puddings are THE taste of a British summer.
This is a classic pud with that warm-glow factor, and it only takes 10 minutes to make.
Phil Vickery's gluten-free recipe has no flour and relies on almonds and eggs to get a lovely pudding. The centre will sink considerably but that’s quite normal.
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