Chicken Cassoulet with Sausage and Swiss Chard is a hearty meat and white bean stew made lighter than the classic.
The quickest, most fuss-free dinner you’ll ever make tonight
The familiar sweetness of sweet potato gets a boost of savoury by cooking them fondant style: Roasting in stock, long and slow, so the inside turns meltingly creamy and the outsides caramelise.
If you look up the word umami in the dictionary. you’ll find a picture of this.
A great appetiser to make for a crowd – no fiddly assembly, make ahead and easy to transport. Cream cheese and salty salami is a stellar combination. Add whatever you want into the filling – capers add a nice tang to an otherwise rich filling.
This is a wonderful moist cake that’s bursting with orange flavour in a way that you can only achieve using whole oranges – rind and all! Boiling the oranges removes the bitterness from the pith (white part). You still get the fainest whiff of bitterness in the finshed cake – but it’s actually pleasant and reminds you that you’re eating real oranges!
These easy BLT Roll Ups with Turkey and Avocado are perfect for school lunch.
This yeasted bread, made with pumpkin puree, brown sugar and a hint of cinnamon, is sure to become a fall favorite. Thanks to a few cleverly-placed pieces of kitchen twine that shape the dough as it rises, the resulting loaf looks just like a pumpkin—complete with a fragrant cinnamon-stick stem. Serve it with maple-spiced pumpkin butter.
These juicy, flavorful chicken tenders are marinated in pickle juice then breaded and baked in the oven or air fryer!
Recipe video above. A traditional French dish, this is essentially a quick chicken stew with a creamy white mushroom sauce. It’s a bit like a white sauce version of the famous French Coq au Vin – but it’s much faster to make!
This is a wonderful rustic family meal that’s quick enough for midweek, or to elevate to restaurant level by using homemade chicken stock.