Mediterranean Chicken Casserole

Chicken Casserole is a useful standby, ideal to serve for everyday meals but also suitable for special occasions. Don't worry about adding anchovies to chicken, they disappear as the casserole cooks
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Roast Vegetables and Buckwheat with Sweet Potato Mash

I invented this recipe one day when I had some left over roast vegetables and a cooked sweet potato. Now I try and pop these ingredients in the oven when it is on so that I can make speedy meal anoth
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Lamb Tagine with Butternut Squash and Chickpeas

For a vegetarian version of this tagine remove the lamb and add extra vegetables (such as leeks, celery, celeriac, parsnips, green beans, mushrooms) until you have about 1.35kg (3lbs) in weight.
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Creamy Sweetcorn Pasta with Bacon and Peas

It is lovely to have a creamy sauce with pasta but that isn't always easy when you are dairy-free. In this recipe the sweetcorn and ground almonds form a rich creamy sauce which holds the pasta toge
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Garlic Mushroom and Hazelnut Hot Pot Pie

I love vegetarian food, especially when the recipe is not only delicious but easy to prepare. If your celeriac is well cooked and your ingredients all warm - you can brown the hot pot under a grill r
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Fish baked with Butter Beans, Tomatoes and Greens

This is a really easy and healthy way to cook fish. I like to serve it on a bed of buckwheat or quinoa which only takes 10 minutes to boil so will be ready by the time the fish is cooked.
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Leek, Pea and Watercress Soup

Soups are my winter staple. I always like to have a pot on the go. I invented this one when I had a surplus of leeks and the landcress at the allotment was in danger of being caught by the frost.
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Gluten-free Sandwich Rounds

These Sandwich rounds have become a favourite of mine. I like to keep some in the freezer and defrost them in the toaster if I want some bread. It is the acid in the Yogurt that helps the mixture th
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