Tender pork and a depth of flavours really bring this dish together.
This fish pie is absolutely delicious and easy to make, perfect for a family feast or freezing for later.
Bangers and Mash is a classic British dish, equally popular in neighbouring Ireland.
This recipe cooks the lamb long and slow creating a a delicious roast that melts in your mouth.
This is a quick and easy Steak meal that can be cooked in 25 mins, yet only needs about 10 minutes of effort.Perfect for a quiet night at home when you fancy a bit of luxury without the expense of a restaurant.Grab a nice bottle of wine to wash it down with to make the meal complete.
Lancashire hotpot is simple to cook, full of flavour and healthy.
Few dishes are so simple, tasty and British as Bangers and mash.With as little as 2 ingredients it is almost as simple to make as beans on toast or a bowl of cereal, but can be spruced up too with a little effort. This recipe is a step up with some tasty apple flavoured mash potatoes.
Minced beef & vegetables covered with a layer of mashed potato, cottage pie is both a healthy and tasty meal, easy to cook for the whole family. While we also sell these in single servings, it is best cooked and presented in a large casserole dish, with a table full of friends and a few bottles of wine.
Fish and chips is one of the most common dishes that spring to mind when mentioning English food. Cod and haddock are the most common fish but many other varieties will work just as well. Available every day but sales traditionally peak on Friday/Fryday when families across the nation grab a takeaway or pub special. This recipe covers preparing everything from scratch but you save effort if preferred by grabbing premade chips, mushy peas, tartare and mayonnaise.
Thin slices of potatoes cooked in a rich and creamy cheese sauce until beautifully tender. This can be a meal on its own or also pairs well with a roast pork.A few minutes prep and then let the oven do the work, just the way that cooking should be!
A delicious, wholesome and healthy meal that is easy to make, with majority of the cooking time being hands off simmering.Great for a cold evening (occasionally get them in Thailand!), St Paddy's day or any day ending with a "Y".
These are similar in approach to roast potatoes, but a different and equally great result. The potatoes end up moist, tender and full of flavour, pairing nicely with anything from roast beef to pork chops. Alternatively turn them into a meal on their own by mixing in some shredded meat and a sprinkle of cheese on top.
A creamy version of mashed potatoes that originated in Ireland as early as the 1700's. Colcannon is traditionally eaten on Halloween in Ireland, where trinkets will be cooked with it and the item in your serving predicting your fortune!
A healthy, low fat greek style casserole dish that uses a blend of herbs and vegetables to deliver outstanding flavours. A little similar to a lasagne with aubergines instead of pasta.
This is the perfect breakfast to kick start the day and use up whatever leftover vegetables you have handy.If you are in a rush you can also skip the poached egg, instead mixing the egg and diced ham into the mixed vegetables before frying, creating an all in one bubble and squeak breakfast patty.