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Learn how to make pretzels with the Great British Bake Off's James Morton, with this step by step guide.
Learn how to make your own naan bread with this step-by-step guide from chef Cyrus Todiwala OBE.
Otherwise known as creme anglaise or 'posh custard'...
Master this classic chicken kiev recipe with our foolproof guide.
The challenging one – marmalade
Follow our tips for clear, perfectly set, tangy marmalade.
Once you learn the basic rules, you’ll be able to create perfect wafer-thin crepes every time.
A well-risen, golden and crisp Yorkshire pud is the holy grail of the Sunday roast. Follow our step-by-step technique for perfect yorkies every time.
Richard Bertinet's step by step
Follow Richard Bertinet's step by step guide for perfect buttery, flaky croissants.
Lemon meringue pie
This billowing pie is the stuff of memories – but let's face it, it can be a total pain to make. Here's how to perfect it.
Expert technique - omelette
It's a classic dish, but so easy to get wrong. Here's how to make the perfect omelette in five simple steps, with some chef tips to help you along the way.
Doughnuts are back - and with good reason.
Sushi is more fashionable than ever, and makes a great starter or canapé. With Japanese ingredients now easily available, you can impress friends by making your own.
Pasta by Giorgio
"When you make fresh egg pasta at home, you have the satisfaction of knowing all the ingredients that went into it.”
Learn how to make home-made gravadlax. This Scandinavian classic isn’t just for Christmas. It can be prepared ahead and served on rye bread, in salads, tarts and pasta dishes for outdoor entertaining or a light lunch.
Home-made pesto packs a flavourful punch that shop-bought jars can’t match. So why not make your own? With our home-made pesto recipes, you'll have this fresh, aromatic delight ready in minutes .
This rich pork pâté recipe is a cinch to make and cooks in a Kilner jar, which looks good and is easy to serve. The result is a meaty texture with a fairly coarse consistency, enhanced by the addition of nuts.
No roast dinner is perfect without a jug of glossy, velvety gravy. Here’s how to make superb gravy – even if you’re a veggie!
Follow our step-by-step guide on how to make perfect scotch eggs at home. Great for a packed lunch or a picnic.
Shortcrust pastry is versatile and as it's a crumbly pastry with a high butter content it's ideal for pies, tarts and turnovers.
Creating a good salad dressing is a complex business: which oil to use for which salad, and what kind of vinegar? Our guide will smooth things out.
Making marmalade is a pure joy and brings with it that warm feeling of having several jars sitting in the larder to see you through the year. As well as giving a luxurious start to the day, it’s as cheap as chips to make.
You don’t need any special culinary skills for this: making jam is a wonderful task and a relatively simple process.
Around autumn, make the most of the ripe, soft fruits that abound at this time of year by preserving them as gorgeous compotes.
Whether it’s green or red, a good tomato chutney is magical with fresh bread and a hunk of cheese. This sweet-sour chutney allows you to enjoy the flavour of the British tom right through winter.
Knock up a batch of intensely flavoursome roasted tomato sauce and use it to produce a variety of dishes.
Commercially produced jars of ‘English-style’ chutney have been known to put people off for life, but a proper homemade chutney will have you hooked (and never fails to impress). Check out this step-by-step guide.
Fill your shopping basket with the last of the season’s plentiful glut of rich, ripe tomatoes and preserve them for a taste of summer sunshine throughout the year.
Bring out your inner earth mother by whipping up a batch of wholesome granola. Many ready-made versions are high in fat and sugar, but a few simple tweaks make ours a healthier but no less special breakfast.
This Moroccan chilli paste is very popular now, and is used to add flavour and kick to tagines and stews, and as a condiment. There are several brands but none as good as your own.
Why make your own stock? Well, there are three good reasons: it’s better than anything you can buy; it won’t contain salt (shop-bought stocks often contain too much); and it’s simple to make.
Step-by-step we'll show you how to master culinary techniques, such as perfecting a white sauce. Knowing how to create quick creamy sauces is a godsend for regular cooks.
Learn how to make velvety home-made mayonnaise. It's simple and quick to make, and is vastly superior to most shop-bought stuff. Follow our method for perfect results every time.
Hollandaise sauce is a great trick to have up your sleeve. The ingredients are likely to be loitering in your fridge and store cupboard.
Fabulous in tagines, salads and dressings, this magic ingredient couldn’t be simpler to make
Our step-by-step guide will have you making the perfect soufflé in no time
They're a seasonal treat but candied chestnuts can be tricky to find and they’re not cheap. This homemade version takes a few days, but the sweet delights are well worth the effort
Caramel can be a tricky thing to master, but success rests in preventing it from crystallising and burning. Here's how
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