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Stuffed lamb shoulder is great for dinner parties and entertaining – full of summery ingredients this recipe is a guaranteed crowd pleaser.
Garlicky, nutty linguine – coated in a fresh herb butter – makes an impressive pasta dish.
A no holds barred burger created by Tom Byng and Fred Smith from Byron restaurant. It's topped with seriously cheesy Welsh rarebit, a spicy mustard sauce and rashers of streaky bacon.
What could be more impressive than serving up a whole salmon for dinner party guests? We've used a herb, lemon and elderflower marinade to add a subtle citrus flavour.
Marinated in yogurt, honey and mustard then grilled to charred, smoky perfection – serve these chicken skewers as a light starter or summer canapé.
Crusty bread is essential for mopping up the sauce when you're digging in to these clams – cooked with garlic, tomatoes and dry oloroso sherry.
This is steak Venetian style – served sliced with a sweet and tangy sauce of cherry tomato, garlic, capers and rosemary.
A true taste of Venice in a bowl – juicy prawns, lemon and chilli are tossed through tagliatelle for a dish that's easy on effort but big on flavour.
A sticky satay sauce makes these Indonesian pork kebabs impossible to resist.
Serve these spicy, marinated lamb koftes with a cooling tahini yogurt dip, toasted pittas and some sharp pickles for a quick Lebanese meal.
Judy Joo’s Korean-style barbecue beef contains a variety of beautiful textures: crunchy lettuce, sticky rice and the smoky, spicy meat. An adaptation of a classic Korean dish.
Debbie Major's chilli con carne with avocado and chilli salsa is about depth and flavour as well as heat.
Debbie Major's Thai yellow fish curry is quick to make and tastes incredible. Perfect for entertaining guests.
This fragrant green chicken biryani recipe from Debbie Major is full of flavour – perfect for weekend entertaining.
A flavour-packed ragù and blue cheese baked pasta that's a fantastic-tasting labour of love. Perfect for feeding a hungry crowd.
The winner of the delicious. bolognese taste test has a real taste of Bologna. The secret ingredient? Roasted bone marrow.
A fragrant lamb kofta curry recipe that won't need hours on the stove. Make it as mild or spicy as you like by adjusting the amount of chillies in the recipe.
Use leftover roast chicken to make this cheap and comforting pie recipe.
Chicken chasseur is a classic French recipe made with chicken thighs, white wine, fresh herbs and mushrooms.
You can enjoy these ultimate beef burgers straight away or make and freeze them for sunny days when you want to fire up the barbecue.
A lovely paella that will make you dream of sunny Spain. Ready in 45 minutes, at around £2.50 a head, it won't break the bank either.
This vegetarian spinach and feta filo pie recipe is budget-friendly, costing around £1.50 per person to make.
This comforting chicken cobbler recipe is inexpensive and takes just half an hour to cook. Turkey is an even cheaper alternative.
Even though this vegetarian risotto recipe is low-fat, it's still hearty and comforting – great for the colder nights.
The secret ingredient in this quick cottage pie is a tin of baked beans. This comfort food recipe can easily be doubled up if your feeding friends and family.
Spinach and eggs make the perfect vegetarian topping combination for this pizza recipe.
This Italian dish using squid ink linguine and prawns is quick to make using time-saving ingredients.
A healthier version of that takeaway classic, this kebab recipe has all the taste without the grease.
Try this vegetarian lasagne recipe made with aubergines, courgettes and peppers combined in a rich, creamy and cheesy sauce
Chicken and leek pie is a comfort food classic. Cook this hearty, warming winter recipe for the family, served with plenty of greens and mash.
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