A semifreddo is similar to icecream but a lot simpler to make. It is great to have in the freezer as a go-to dessert, especially over the summer.
Remember when blue cheese dressing was all the craze? This simple recipe using the often overlooked Savoy cabbage, dressed with creamy blue cheese dressing really does just work!
Warming, comforting dishes are creeping into our meal times and risottos are a great go-to, as they are fast to make and only one pot is needed. For this recipe I have used bulgur wheat to lighten...
I don’t know why I haven’t done this before! These cabbage crisps have a slight nutty flavour and will take on a dusting of seasoning to lift them to another level.
Leeks are so versatile; use them as you would onions. Try them melted together with a good blue cheese. It really is a combination made in heaven.
It seems we have abandoned this great dish in favour of its Italian counterpart the risotto. Unlike risotto you don't have to stir it continuously, which is a great time-saver, and it will absorb any flavours you throw at it. I say bring back the pilaff: it is a wonderful and versatile dish.
This is a simple and fresh variation on the traditional chicken and corn soup. Using fresh, sweet and crunchy corn is a delightful addition.
My mum used to do stuffed baked potatoes and we loved them so now I do them for my children. The options are endless as you can add almost any combination that suits you.
I do realise I have gone on a marathon of broccoli lately but it is widely available at the moment and it is tasting good.
This is a fantastic tart; the contrast between the sweet red onions caramelised with the balsamic vinegar and finished with flaky puff pastry is a wonderful example of perfect partnerships in food.
These little cakes are very popular in the States. I added some fresh strawberries to liven them up a little and they made the perfect snack for the children in the holidays.
Cauliflower is one of those vegetables that easily gets overlooked, which is sad, as it is one of the most versatile vegetables out there.
This slice is full of fresh tart apricot flavour with a buttery crust. You can swap the apricots for any summer fruit to keep this slice seasonal and fresh.
New Zealand limes and avocados are in season. When you combine the two, you end up with a luscious, refreshingly smooth pie, writes Alison Lambert.