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  • Lasagne


    Lasagne is a classic that everyone loves. Make this easy lasagne recipe to share and the whole family will love this classic Italian dinner. This version has layers of lean beef mince and tomato sauce, cheddar and parmesan cheese sauce and lasagne sheets. This simple lasagne recipe serves 6-8 people and is ideal if you're feeding lots of people in one go. It'll be on the table in 2 hours, but it's so worth the wait. If you want to make this recipe healthier, swap the beef mince for turkey mince or for the vegetarian version opt for Quorn mince instead. Leftovers can be stored in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 2 days. Reheat thoroughly before serving again. You can freeze this lasagne too. Leave it to cool after cooking, pop into an airtight container and freeze straight away for up to 1 month. To defrost, leave in the fridge overnight and once again reheat thoroughly before serving.

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  • roasted vegetable lasagne

    Roasted vegetable lasagne

    A roasted vegetable lasagne is a fantastic meat-free spin on a family favourite. It is just as hearty and is bursting with flavour. If you’ve got leftover roasted veg this is a fantastic way to use it up and you get a completely new meal. Plus, if you’ve got any little ones who need convincing to eat their veg, few can resist lasagne! This roasted vegetable lasagne recipe serves four to six people, making it one of the cheapest and easiest dishes to feed the family.

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  • Spaghetti Bolognese

    Spaghetti Bolognese is a classic that we just don't get tired of. Our traditional spaghetti Bolognese recipe is made with homemade Bolognese sauce and tender chunks of beef, making this dish a family favourite. This spaghetti Bolognese recipe will be one of the best recipe for spaghetti Bolognese you’ve ever tried, as it’s been carefully tested in our kitchen. With this simple Bolognese recipe, you can ditch the jar of ready made sauce - it will be the best decision you ever make. This classic tomato-based sauce is flavoured with garlic, oregano and a hint of Worcestershire sauce, for an explosion of flavour. Because you’re making the delicious Bolognese sauce yourself from scratch, you can avoid the excessive quantities of salt and sugar that you sometimes find in shop-bought sauces – but don’t worry, this Bolognese recipe is still easy and super simple to make. With this recipe for spaghetti Bolognese, you can feed 4 people, but if you need to make dinner for more people, all you have to do is double up this spaghetti Bolognese recipe. This easy spaghetti Bolognese recipe has also been triple tested in the Woman's Weekly kitchen so you know it's going to be a hit with your friends or family! This simple recipe will show you how to make spaghetti bolognese in the easiest way possible. It takes approximately 50 mins to make, so you can have dinner ready on the table in less than an hour, perfect if you want a homemade and filling supper but don’t have much time. If you have any leftovers, pop into a Tupperware or airtight container and store in the fridge for up to 2 days. You could also freeze leftovers; just make sure you defrost thoroughly before reheating. It will be the best spaghetti Bolognese recipe you’ve ever tried!

    • 3
    (588 ratings)
  • Gino D'Acampo's Panettone classico

    Gino D'Acampo's panettone classico

    A panettone recipe makes a cake with a difference that's perfect for Christmas. This Gino D'Acampo panettone recipe is an Italian Christmas cake that's too good to be eaten just once a year, so you'll find yourself making it time and time again! The natural yeast in this recipe will give the panettone a nice rise to it, which is exactly what you want - it should be really light and fluffy. This panettone recipe makes a really nice gift, if you want to give someone a homemade Christmas present. If you use nice ribbon to tie around it and some cellophane, you can wrap it up really nicely for a fab homemade gift! Panettone is best served at room temperature with a cup of tea - make it when you're expecting friends round and trust us, they will be so impressed! Full of mixed dried fruit, it's such a treat.

    • 3
    (42 ratings)
  • Cannoli


    You would think these delicious pastries came from the USA with the number of times you hear them mentioned in the movies. They actually originate from Italy and traditionally have a ricotta cheese filling. Our crisp cannoli are as light as a feather and filled with mascarpone cheese for extra creaminess. The cannoli pastry shell is deep-fried and requires special cylindrical cannoli moulds which are available online. Alternatively use the ends of 2 wooden spoons placed next to each other and carefully dip them into the hot oil. This way you will need to use a wide saucepan and cook in smaller batches.

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  • semifreddo

    Semifreddo with mango and passion fruit

    Semifreddo with mango and passion fruit is a bright and fruity dessert that is also so luxurious and creamy. The name may sound intimidating, but our fool-proof recipe couldn’t be easier to follow and gives results that are simply stunning. This semifreddo requires little prep and lets the fridge do most of the work for you, but will impress all your friends and family. Semifredddo is an Italian dessert which translates as ‘semi-frozen’, and could be thought of as somewhere between a parfait and an ice cream cake. This delightful dessert can come in a whole range of flavours, from rich and chocolatey to fresh and fruity. We used mango and passion fruit for this summer semifreddo, but once you’ve got the basic technique down you could experiment with other flavour combinations of your choice. We’ve added a touch of booze to give our semifreddo an extra kick and grown up twist, but this could be omitted to make the recipe more child-friendly. This easy but impressive recipe is perfect for summer entertaining, and won’t leave you stuck in the kitchen for hours so you’re free to enjoy your evening before tucking in!

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  • Cheesy mince pasta bake

    Our cheesy mince pasta bake recipe is a family favourite you'll want to make time and time again. This hearty dish takes around 1hr to prepare and cook and is well worth the wait. This recipe serves 4 people - it's the perfect choice if the kids have their friends around after school. A filling, flavoursome and freezeable pasta bake from Woman's Weekly with minced beef, lots of cheese and a dash of Worcestershire sauce. A portion of this mouth-watering meal works out at 621 calories per serving making it a special treat. Cook along with our easy to follow video recipe!

    • 3
    (408 ratings)
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    Gnocchi recipe with sage and lemon

    Our gnocchi recipe with sage and lemon is a simple but delicious vegetarian main course. It only requires a few ingredients but the end result is fresh, tasty and impressive - perfect for dinner parties. It takes minimal prep and hardly any cooking time so couldn't be easier for a busy host. Gnocchi are little Italian dumplings often made from semolina, flour, egg, potato, and sometimes ricotta. The dumplings are served in a similar way to pasta, either boiled in water, or pan fried in butter, then served with a sauce. Gnocchi are a popular meal as they are so quick and easy to cook. A gnocchi recipe can differ in texture and flavour depending on the potatoes it is made from, just as different types of potato have distinct flavours and textures. You can make your own gnocchi if you like, but many good options are available in supermarkets and Italian delis. Our gnocchi recipe with sage and lemon allows these light and tender dumplings to be the stars of the show, with the zest of lemon and slight heat of chilli making every bite leave you wanting more.

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    Taleggio stuffed chicken

    Taleggio stuffed chicken is an easy but impressive main dish that is perfect for dinner parties. Simple chicken breast fillets are made extra special by stuffing them with tangy Taleggio cheese before wrapping in salty Parma ham. This dish is quick and easy, and can be prepared, stuffed and wrapped in advance, leaving only a little cooking required before serving. Taleggio is a northern Italian cow's milk cheese. It has a soft texture and strong and punchy aroma, but a mild and creamy favour. It melts beautifully and works well in toasted sandwiches, pasta bakes, and as a pizza topping. To be called Taleggio, the cheese must be made in the Italian regions of Lombardy and Piedmont, but can be easily found in most supermarkets. Keeping with the Italian theme, Parma ham, or prosciutto di Parma, is an Italian, dry cured ham, cured for a minimum of 12 months. It is popularly served as it is, as part of an antipasti platter, but also makes a great alternative to bacon. If you want an impressive dinner party recipe that is easy to make but delivers great results, then this Taleggio stuffed chicken is for you.

    • 5
    (4 ratings)
  • pesto chicken courgetti

    Courgette spaghetti with pesto and chicken

    Courgette spaghetti with pesto and chicken is a quick and easy dish that is both healthy and packed with flavour. If you love pasta, but want to eat something a bit lighter and lower in carbs, then courgette spaghetti is for you. The spiralised courgette acts just like spaghetti and is the perfect base for a pasta sauce. Even better - these clever noodles can count towards one of your five a day. Even fussy eaters won't notice they're eating vegetables when it's disguised as pasta. We've served our courgette spaghetti with home made pesto and seasoned, pan fried chicken fillets. Making your own pesto is so easy and gives far better results than anything you can buy in the shops. All you need to do is blend a few ingredients and you've got a fresh and punchy sauce, without any artificial flavourings or additives. Our recipe uses quark, a lower fat cheese product, popular in Germany, which reduces the fat content and gives the pesto a creamy texture. Courgette spaghetti with pesto and chicken is the perfect healthy summer supper.

    • 4
    (4 ratings)
  • Spaghetti carbonara

    This spaghetti carbonara recipe is a classic Italian dish. It's quick and easy to make with egg, Parmesan and plenty of pancetta. This recipe serves 2 people and will take around 15-20 mins to prepare and cook. This traditional carbonara recipe is a real favourite! Infused with salted pancetta, plenty of Parmesan and a clove of garlic, it's the perfect family meal. This pasta dish uses 1 egg and 2 egg yolks to make it richer in flavour and texture. If you don't have any pancetta in the fridge, you could use bacon instead. Follow our step-by-step video guide for delicious pasta every time. If you want to give this pasta a twist add a handful of chestnut mushrooms to make a mushroom carbonara. You could also add spinach and tenderstem broccoli to the pasta too.

    • 3
    (377 ratings)
  • Save money good food recipes

    Save Money Good Food's prawn spaghetti with puttanesca sauce

    Save Money Good Food's prawn spaghetti with puttanesca sauce is ready in less than half an hour, so this is definitely a quick and tasty midweek meal that the entire family will love. This pasta dish is really easy to whip up - all you have to do is cook the spaghetti according to packet instructions, add the prawns when the spaghetti is almost cooked and make the sauce on the side. This will only take you 25 mins to make from scratch, so it's definitely a recipe to keep in mind when you don't have a lot of time to prepare dinner. This recipe is made even easier if you've made Shakshouka the day before, as you can use the sauce to make this dish instead of making it from scratch. Matt Tebbutt whipped up this recipe in ITV's Save Money: Good Food with Susanna Reid, as a way for families to use up their leftovers and save money on their food shop. They say: 'Tomatoes that are going soft are perfect for a quick sauce. If you have any Shakshouka left over, you can use the sauce here instead of making one from scratch - just add the anchovies and chilli flakes from the ingredients list below to give it a puttanesca.'

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