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Clams with jamón ibérico and sobrasada | “I love clams. For something so small, they deliver tonnes of flavour punch and are so easy to cook. In Italy they’re a bit purist about clams, mostly using them in fish stews and in pasta, but in Spain and Portugal they happily mix them with ham and pork – the little clam more than stands up for itself in the battle of big flavours. In the Madrid Mercado, I met Omaira, a chef who runs the café at the heart of this vibrant market. Omaira cooks some very t
Choc-orange loaf with chocolate glaze | Choc-orange, or jaffa, is such a great flavour. This dead-easy cake is made completely in the food processor using a whole orange, rind and all (no that isn’t a mistake!). Orange flower water is optional in this recipe but will give the cake a slightly more ‘refined’ orange character.
Giusi's ragu | Slow and easy – long-simmered ragù is the quintessential Tuscan soul food. There are as many ways with ragù as there are cooks. This is ours, learned originally from Giusi, who’s made it a thousand times. By now, I think we have, too. On many Saturday mornings, Ed makes a huge pot of ragù – tripling, quadrupling the recipe – and another of tomato sauce. We consider these our natural resources. For lunch, while the pots are still on the stove, we spoon ragù over bruschetta, add som
Easy spaghetti Bolognese | A classic Bolognese sauce still tastes great, no matter how simple. Get that depth of flavour by cooking the sauce very gently until it’s super rich. This is designed to be a low cost recipe.Try the Eat Well for Less quiz to find out how you could cut your food bills.This sauce can be cooked in advance and frozen. Leave to cool completely then pop in a freezer-proof container, it will keep in the freezer for up to 2 months.
Mantu | Beautiful little dumplings that are perfect starters or great party food – they’re easy to make and fun for children too. Basil grew up with these in Pakistan and devised his recipe using the readily available wonton wrappers. They are served with yoghurt and parsley, although you can also add a dollop of dhal.
No-churn blueberry and lemon ice cream | Homemade ice cream tastes great and is surprisingly easy. This version is lower in calories than most shop-bought ice cream.For this recipe you will need a food processor or blender. This meal provides 224 kcal, 14g protein, 42.1g carbohydrate (of which 42g sugars), 0.2g fat (of which 0g saturates), 5g fibre and 0.1g salt per portion.
Kerala fish curry | This easy and flavoursome Indian curry recipe is quick to prepare. The coconut oil adds a wonderful flavour and is widely available from heath food stores. If jewfish is unavailable choose another firm white fleshed fish that will hold together well as the curry simmers. Serve as part of a shared meal.
Italian meatballs with simple tomato sauce | Ok, I'm sure many Italians would argue that these aren't the best meatballs ever. You're going to tell me that the ones your nonna makes are a million times better. Well, this time I'm putting my foot down. I can honestly say that I have never eaten meatballs as good as these and if you have a better recipe, I would love to hear from you and I promise I'll give it a go to compare. This recipe is really very easy - it doesn't take hours of simmering