This is a super zingy summer soup using courgettes and peas so it’s super healthy as well as tasty and so easy to make!
These oven braised spicy pork ribs are slowly cooked on a low heat in the oven giving you an amazing spicy and sticky, spicy pork rib which is ideal for 4 as a starter.
Dal is an Indian lentil dish, served with potato masala this makes a great vegetarian side dish or starter
Gyoza are great as a starter or small main, prawn and pork go perfectly together
Chicken and mango are a perfect combination for a fresh, healthy and summery salad
This is a bit different as the salsa verde is mixed into the fishcakes but go with it, they taste amazing.
A Thai twist on the classic fishcake, these make an excellent starter or part of a main course with salad
This is a twist on a classic minestrone using pork belly, its a Jason Atherton recipe and really stunning topped with a poached egg.
This is a really easy smoked mackerel sushi dish and requires hardly any cooking. You’ll need a rolling mat which you can buy from a Chinese supermarket or specialist (ahem) tobacconists!
Quick and easy curried prawns make a great starter or can be served with rice as a main. The cucumber relish adds a cool touch to the spicy flavours
This is a very simple and easy to follow recipe for chicken and mushroom ravioli which serves 4 as a starter or two as a main course. You have to make your own pasta but the best things in life need a bit of effort
Hot and sour and sweet and salty – this is the Asian answer to chicken soup when your body needs to feel good about itself
Serves 6 Cooking time 60 mins Ingredients Pesto large bunch of basil 3 cloves garlic, roughly chopped 3 tbsp pinenuts, toasted olive oil 50g parmesan, grated Risotto 6 cloves garlic, peeled 1.4 litres hot chicken stock 85g unsalted butter 400g pumpkin or squash (unpeeled weight), peeled, seeded and cut into 1cm cubes 2 tbsp olive […]
This is a great little Indian starter, chickpeas, mango and coconut all work well together to create a fresh favoured dish
This is a really easy Asian salad recipe that involves no cooking, apart from poaching a chicken breast and that’s hardly taxing! It’s great to have if you feel you’ve been overdoing rich and heavy foods as it is light, fresh and healthy.