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Want to create a succulent, flavourful dish that's ridiculously easy? Take your pick from our stews, casseroles, pot-roast and slow-roast recipes.
This delicious stew is a particular joy in the bleaker months - serve a Yorkshire pudding on top for extra impact.
A comforting chicken stew to make a big batch of and keep on standby in the freezer.
This slow-cooked Middle Eastern lamb and rhubarb stew will make you think of rhubarb in a totally new way. Make in advance and freeze for a dinner party.
Rabbit is one of our finest wild foods. This flavoursome recipe is great for a dinner party.
This is a traditional slow-braised or ‘red-cooked’ dish. You can freeze the leftover sauce and use it as the base for noodle soups.
Oxtail is succulent and tender in a casserole. The long slow cooking allows all the lovely red wine and prune flavours to mingle.
Pot-roasting chicken ensures maximum moistness, yet gives a crispy skin. Plus there’s no need to make gravy!
An inexpensive cut of meat that's great for slow cooking.
Although this pork belly recipe is best with quince, you can use sour eating apples. Buy an outdoor-reared piece of pork belly, if possible.
Stews are a delicious and easy way to pack in lots of veg, so that you can make sure you're hitting your 5-a-day quota.
Slow-cooking beef makes it wonderfully tender, and the cheesy herby dumplings are perfect for mopping up the rich gravy. The stew can also be frozen.
Spicy chorizo sausage gives this Spanish chicken recipe its distinctive flavour and rich colour. Make it in advance and freeze for when you can't find time to cook.
This stew is the perfect winter warmer. The herb dumplings and pearl barley make it a meal in itself so that all you need is a big bowl and a spoon.
This traditional beef dish is a hearty stew that is best enjoyed in the cold, winter months.
Shin of beef is one of the best cuts for making a rich, juicy stew but it does require longer cooking – so it’s perfect for a pressure cooker. It makes a good pie filling too.
Pork and fennel are a match made in heaven. Pop the pork on in the morning, forget about it and then enjoy the rest of the day. Perfect for entertaining. The chump end is the best part of a pig for this roast.
A warming dish made from slow-roasting salmon and pairing it with a light thyme risotto.
Thick pork chops can dry out during cooking, so pot-roasting them with liquid helps keep them juicy.
Mix up your Sunday roast and try guinea fowl. Pot-roasting it keeps the meat succulent for a classy centrepiece.
Despite duck's reputation as a fatty meat, this is a surprisingly light dish – after long, slow cooking, the duck meat is tender and tasty.
Introduced by the Normans in the 11th century, the pheasant is now a familiar sight in the British countryside. This is a fabulous alternative to a traditional Sunday lunch.
The perfect one-pot that the whole family will love.
This rustic chicken stew serves four and is ready in less than an hour.
This one-pot recipe freezes perfectly and the pork belly makes this a cheap, tasty dish.
This substantial casserole, made with borlotti and cannellini beans, will bring a hearty glow to your face — and it's suitable for vegetarians too.
The use of that Irish staple – Guinness – gives this casserole an added depth of flavour.
A more sophisticated and enticing dish than turkey curry, this casserole recipe is the perfect way to use up leftover Christmas turkey.
This classic beef stew recipe is a one-pot winner, plus it's easy to make and perfect for freezing.
This is a comforting one-pot beef stew recipe with balsamic vinegar, butternut squash and red peppers.
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