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  • Yorkshire puddings

    Hairy Bikers' Yorkshire pudding

    The Hairy Bikers' Yorkshire pudding recipe is a real classic. This traditional Yorkshire puddings recipe makes perfect Yorkshire puddings for your Sunday roast dinner every time. This easy Yorkshire pudding recipe serves 4 people and takes 2hrs and 55 mins to prepare and cook. These easy to make Yorkshire puds will be soft and doughy but with a crispy, golden finish - the perfect combination. Cook the Yorkshire pudding batter in oil or goose fat and serve straight away. We've got Dave's mam's Yorkshire puddings recipe straight from The Hairy Bikers' Food Tour of Britain, to serve with black pudding sausages and a beer and onion beef gravy. This Yorkshire pudding recipe comes from Dave's mum and is pulled straight from The Hairy Bikers' Food Tour of Britain, to serve with black pudding sausages and their special beer and onion beef gravy.

    • 4
    (81 ratings)
  • Mary Berry's Victoria sandwich

    Mary Berry's Victoria sandwich recipe makes a classic cake from The Great British Bake Off judge. This Victoria sandwich recipe is a simple sponge made with the easy all-in-one method. Her large Victoria sandwich is perfect for all baking abilities and only takes 35 mins to make in total, so you don’t have to spend ages in the kitchen to bake this delicious cake. This Mary Berry Victoria sponge is sandwiched together with strawberry jam. If you want to make this Victoria sandwich cake a dessert cake, use freshly whipped cream as well as jam for the filling. This cake serves between 6-8 people, so you know you’ll have a slice for everyone if you have people coming round for a cup of tea. This Victoria sandwich will last up to 3 days in an airtight container or Tupperware – but we doubt you’ll have any leftovers! Mary Berry's Victoria sandwich cake is part of Mary Berry’s Baking Bible book, and it comes out perfectly every time. Once you've perfected this classic you can try other fillings or flavours in your sponge as well as experimenting with decoration too. Trust us, this Mary Berry Victoria sandwich will be your most requested recipe from the first time you make it!

    • 4
    (1003 ratings)
  • Mary Berry's chocolate cake

    Mary Berry's chocolate cake is a timeless treat. This easy chocolate cake recipe makes a perfect rich chocolate cake with creamy chocolate icing every time. This Mary Berry chocolate cake recipe is surprisingly easy to make and will show you how to make a chocolate cake in less than an hour. This easy chocolate cake is simple and easy-to-follow, serving 6 people and taking only 50 mins to prepare and bake. Mary Berry's moist chocolate cake is perfect served with a drizzle of fresh cream for an indulgent dessert or afternoon snack with a cuppa. Store this chocolate cake in an airtight container or cake tin for up to 2 days. If you have any of this moist cake left after 2 days, we'd recommend warming a slice in the microwave for about 10 seconds and serving with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. This is our best chocolate cake recipe and is part of Mary Berry's three cakes in one recipe, taken from Mary Berry's Stress-free Kitchen. Mary Berry's chocolate cake will keep for 3 days in the fridge, but the icing might lose its shine - you'll just have to eat the entire chocolate cake as fast as you can...

    • 3
    (4415 ratings)
  • Mary Berry's iced fairy cakes

    Mary Berry's iced fairy cakes are so easy to make using store cupboard ingredients and they area ready in 30 minutes! This easy recipe shows you how to make a batch of 12 simple fairy cakes and how to decorate them with a simple icing and sweets. Get the kids to help you make these tasty fairy cakes; they can learn how to crack eggs and make smooth icing to drizzle on top of your mini sponges. This recipe couldn't be easier, but comes out perfectly every time - and everyone loves a fairy cake! These fairy cakes make the perfect birthday treat, party food or food gift for friends, family and little ones. Mary Berry's iced fairy cakes recipe is taken from one of her most famous books, Mary Berry's Baking Bible.

    • 3
    (1194 ratings)
  • Hairy Bikers' chicken curry

    Chicken curry has to be one of our favourite recipes and this Hairy Bikers' easy chicken curry recipe is one that you'll want to make again and again. Bursting full of flavour, this chicken curry is made with a homemade tarka masala sauce made with garlic, root ginger and green chillies. As you’re making this chicken curry recipe from scratch, you can adjust the heat to your taste and make it as hot or as mild as you want it to be. The chicken in this recipe is cooked until tender and succulent so this curry recipe tastes even better. Si and Dave's simple recipe for chicken curry takes only 15 minutes to prepare and 40 minutes to cook, so you can have it on the table in under an hour. This simple chicken curry serves 6 people, so you the whole family can enjoy it and you can still keep leftovers for lunch the next day. Just keep it in an airtight container in the fridge and it will keep for a few days. This easy chicken curry recipe is the perfect takeaway alternative on a Saturday night – making it yourself means you know exactly what you’re eating so you can eat a healthier meal. Serve with naan bread or rice. This curry recipe is taken from Mums Know Best: The Hairy Bikers' Family Cookbook.

    • 3
    (464 ratings)
  • Gordon Ramsay's beef Wellington

    Beef Wellington is always a good idea for a delicious family meal and this Gordon Ramsay beef Wellington recipe looks so impressive. Made with beef fillet, mushrooms and readymade pastry, it takes just 20 minutes to prepare. Gordon Ramsay says: 'This is an impressive dish and one that's easier than it looks. This beef Wellington makes a great alternative to a Sunday roast, or try it out for a romantic meal.' The whole family are going to love tucking into this pastry parcel filled with tender beef, mushrooms and mustard. It looks so impressive, but it's simple when you follow Gordon Ramsay's recipe as it works every time. Once you've completed the 20 mins to prep the hard part is over! It's a straightfoward recipe using simple, quality ingredients. Choose good quality prime beef fillet and grab yourself some readymade pastry, and this dish comes together very quickly. Try this beef Wellington for a special occasion, an alternative Christmas roast or New Year's Eve dinner. This is one of our most popular recipes, so you know it's a real favourite!

    • 4
    (805 ratings)
  • Hairy Bikers' steak and ale pie

    Steak and ale pie is one of the most comforting dishes you can make and this recipe by the Hairy Bikers is not only really easy to follow, it's delicious too! You can't beat good, hearty British grub for a bit of comfort food and Si and Dave don't disappoint with this famous pie recipe. Tried and tested and guaranteed by the goodtoknow audience, this beef and ale pie recipe is a classic dish for the whole family. This delicious meat pie should take approximately 1hr and 40 mins to make and is well worth the wait. If you’ve got more time on your hands, we recommend you make your own puff pastry from scratch. It takes a bit longer but it’s well worth the effort for a delicious and completely homemade classic steak and ale pie. Packed with tender meat, rich gravy and plenty of veggies, we just can't get enough of this classic steak and ale pie recipe. Perfect for a comforting Sunday dinner during colder months, this is a great winter warmer. This recipe makes one large pie, which will feed around 4 to 6 people, depending on how hungry everyone is! This is comfort food at its finest, and everyone will love this steak and ale pie! Don't forget the mashed potato and greens to serve on the side and maybe a jug of gravy...

    • 3
    (746 ratings)
  • James Martin's beef stew with dumplings

    James Martin's beef stew with dumplings

    This classic beef stew recipe is easy to make and perfect as a family meal on those colder winter days when you're craving warm comfort food. James Martin may be the king of weekend breakfast TV but he can also rustle up a delicious slow cooked meal. James Martin's beef stew with dumplings may take a little while to cook but it is well worth the wait. The rich flavours of the chunky beef stew are just waiting to be mopped up with a freshly made dumpling - once you know how easy they are to make, you'll be serving dumplings with all your casseroles. Just as lovely with lamb, switch the meats around so it never gets boring - trust us, once you try this recipe, you'll be making it again and again! This recipes serves 4 people and takes around 2hrs and 50 mins to make. It is well worth the wait and can be made in advance too so its on the dinner table at your preferred time.

    • 3
    (354 ratings)
  • Gordon Ramsay's butter chicken

    Gordon Ramsay's butter chicken recipe is so easy to make at home and tastes delicious too. This classic Indian dish will take around 50 mins to prepare and cook but is best made in advance so the chicken has plenty of time to marinade in the homemade butter-based curry sauce. This butter chicken recipe is great for sharing with friends and family, especially on a Friday after a busy week so you can catch up over a delicious meal. This butter chicken recipe is also the perfect takeaway alternative, and much healthier too. By making your own butter chicken curry at home, you have more control over what you're eating, especially if you're trying to loose weight. It's much healthier than your average takeaway and you can control how spicy or non-spicy you want it. The chicken is so tender in this recipe and works wonders with the tomato infused sauce. Add some veggies to this dish like spinach to add towards your 5-a-day count. This easy butter chicken recipe was taken from his Channel 4 series Gordon's Great Escape.

    • 4
    (289 ratings)
  • Roast tomato soup with beans and basil

    Gordon Ramsay's spiced tomato and coconut soup

    Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay has made this spiced tomato and coconut soup recipe, a wonderful version of a spicy South Indian tomato soup. Originally featured in his book accompanying the Channel 4 series, Gordon's Great Escape, this tomato and coconut soup is really tasty and easy to make infused with sweet tomatoes and warmed with a hint of ginger. We recommend using whole coconut milk rather than low-fat for the ultimate taste. Serve with a garnish of coriander leaves and toasted almonds. This recipe serves 4 people and will take 1hr to prepare and cook. This soup is best served on the day its made but leftovers can be stored in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 2 days. Reheat thoroughly before serving.

    • 4
    (11 ratings)
  • Blueberry muffins

    Gordon Ramsay's blueberry muffins

    Gordon Ramsay's blueberry muffins are made with fresh blueberries, banana and wholemeal flour making them healthier than your average muffin recipe. These wholemeal muffins are made with buttermilk which makes the sponge extra moist and spongey. These delicious muffins are packed full of goodness and are very tasty - you'll want to make them time and time again. This recipe makes 12 regular sized muffins taking around 15 mins to prep and 20 mins to bake. They're the perfect option for bake sales or to be shared with friends and family. They're a delicious mid-morning snack perfect served with a cup of tea or coffee.

    • 4
    (46 ratings)
  • Gordon Ramsay's roasted beef fillet

    Gordon Ramsay's roasted beef fillet

    Gordon Ramsay's roasted beef fillet is a delicious, succulent recipe that is easy to make and can be on the table in only 50 mins. A great source of protein and iron, this roasted fillet of beef is delicious in a tomato tarragon dressing. This recipe serves 6 people. Leftovers can be stored in the fridge in an airtight container to eat the next day. This recipe is great for using up leftovers from your Sunday roast too, just reduce the beef cooking time as your beef fillet or pieces would have already been cooked. Make sure they're piping hot before serving however.

    • 3
    (162 ratings)

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