Squash, Sage & Chestnut Rolls | Vegetable Recipes | Jamie Oliver
Change up the menu at your next party with these great Squash, Sage & Chestnut Rolls from Jamie Oliver, the perfect canape for the festive party season.
Mary Berry’s Devonshire Apple Cake
I’m making good use of the cook book as we have another Mary Berry Baking Bible cake on my hands. This Devonshire apple cake is a traybake and fairly easy to make. I’ve not added the ca…
Toad in the hole recipe
You've got to love a warming toad-in-the-hole recipe when there's a nip in the air. Skip the garlic cabbage if you like and serve with another green vegetable of your choice. This is designed to be a low cost recipe.
A Preston favourite, Parched Peas
I’d wager that a lot of people around the country, in particular those in the midlands and the south had never heard of parched peas until Johnnie Mountain cooked them on Great British Menu, …
Veggie slow cooker hotpot recipe
This slow-cooker vegetarian stew with fluffy dumplings is a cheap and easy recipe. To make it vegan, use vegetable suet in the dumplings instead of butter and omit the pesto. This dish is perfect for batch cooking, just divide it up into indiviudal portions and you will always have warming stew at your fingertips, check the tips section for freezing instructions. Equipment and preparation: For this recipe you will need a 6.5 litre/11½ pint slow cooker. This meal provides 629 kcal, 13g…
Carrot cake loaf recipe
This easy carrot cake makes a great afternoon tea recipe. The nut-flecked loaf topped with orange cream frosting is a winning combination.
Salmon and broccoli quiche recipe
Salmon is a great fish to use in a quiche due to its relatively high fat content so you don’t need to worry about overcooking it. The wholemeal crust provides a lovely nutty taste and slight crunch. Each serving provides 363 kcal, 26g protein, 27g carbohydrate, 16g fat, 6g fibre. For this recipe you will need a 24cm/9½in, 3cm/1¼in deep quiche tin.
Jam tarts recipe
This ‘incredibly difficult’ recipe was sent in by my mum. You can use any jam in the tarts, whichever suits best. Top tip from my mum: it’s a good way to use up leftover pastry. I hope I do you proud mum!
Bread and butter pudding recipe
An old-fashioned English bread and butter pudding that goes easy on the wallet. Day-old bread works best in this recipe. Each serving provides 408 kcal, 12.5g protein, 44g carbohydrates (of which 20g sugars), 20g fat (of which 11g saturates), 2g fibre and 0.9g salt.
Vegetable casserole recipe
This wholesome warming one-pot vegetarian casserole is perfect for cold January nights. It's full of beans, celeriac and topped with fluffy dumplings. This wholesome one pot is perfect for cold nights – simple enough to whip up quickly, but smart enough to serve to friends.
Shepherd's pie recipe
Make this easy shepherd's pie recipe of a wintry evening – it's comfort food at its best. This one has a secret ingredient for extra savouriness. Don't worry about making it look fancy; the peaks and ridges on the mash just add to the appeal! Each serving provides 743 kcal, 34g protein, 45g carbohydrates (of which 10g sugars), 46g fat (of which 23g saturates), 5.5g fibre and 1.2g salt.
Cauliflower cheese recipe
You can use any cheese you like for this easy cauliflower cheese – odds and ends from the fridge are fine. Maybe add a small splash of white wine to the cheese sauce for a grown-up fondue flavour. You also use the green leaves from the cauliflower, becuase they are so delicious!
Roast butternut squash with cranberry and feta recipe
A delicious vegetarian starter or side for Christmas. All the elements – the date and cranberry relish, and the roasted squash – can be made ahead of time.