Italian Baked Eggs - You’ll never believe that these marinara cheesy baked eggs can be made in just 10 minutes for a complete breakfast!

Italian Baked Eggs

Italian Baked Eggs - You’ll never believe that these marinara cheesy baked eggs can be made in just 10 minutes for a complete breakfast!

Spicy tomato baked eggs. Vary this dish by flavouring the simple tomato sauce with whatever you have to hand - curry powder, pesto or fresh herbs

Spicy tomato baked eggs

Spicy tomato baked eggs. Vary this dish by flavouring the simple tomato sauce with whatever you have to hand - curry powder, pesto or fresh herbs

Tomato & basil sauce. Save time and money with this simple and tasty sauce, great with pasta, meat or fish

Tomato & basil sauce

Tomato & basil sauce. Save time and money with this simple and tasty sauce, great with pasta, meat or fish

Creamy butter beans with crispy crumbs. This superhealthy side tastes deceptively indulgent.

Creamy butter beans with crispy crumbs

Creamy butter beans with crispy crumbs. This superhealthy side tastes deceptively indulgent.

glutenfree pear-tart with rosemary and honey - ourfoodstories

glutenfree pear-tart with rosemary and honey (Our Food Stories)

glutenfree pear-tart with rosemary and honey - ourfoodstories

Scooping out the fluffy middle of a just-baked potato and mashing it up with a little butter and a couple of tasty extras before popping it back in the oven is a great way to make a jacket spud extra appealing. This spicy, mushroomy filling is delicious; there are a couple of alternatives too.

Potato, mushrooms, curry

Scooping out the fluffy middle of a just-baked potato and mashing it up with a little butter and a couple of tasty extras before popping it back in the oven is a great way to make a jacket spud extra appealing. This spicy, mushroomy filling is delicious; there are a couple of alternatives too.

The warming recipe includes a hint of star anise within Chinese five-spice powder that gives this dish character. You can chop and change the vegetables a little depending on what you have in your kitchen – celeriac instead of parsnip, for instance, or shredded cabbage rather than sprouts – but this is a particularly fun way of using Brussels sprouts in a meal.

Winter stir-fry with chinese five-spice

The warming recipe includes a hint of star anise within Chinese five-spice powder that gives this dish character. You can chop and change the vegetables a little depending on what you have in your kitchen – celeriac instead of parsnip, for instance, or shredded cabbage rather than sprouts – but this is a particularly fun way of using Brussels sprouts in a meal.

This extra-special vegetarian starter is bursting with contrasting flavours and textures, such as spiralized pear, crunchy roasted nuts and creamy cheese

Goat’s cheese, pear & candied pecan salad

This extra-special vegetarian starter is bursting with contrasting flavours and textures, such as spiralized pear, crunchy roasted nuts and creamy cheese

A dish that requires a little bit of extra preparation, but one you can put together in a relaxed way over an hour or two that results in something truly warming and delicious.

Kale and mushroom lasagne

A dish that requires a little bit of extra preparation, but one you can put together in a relaxed way over an hour or two that results in something truly warming and delicious.

The idea of creating a savoury tarte tatin is not a new one, indeed we’ve been championing a beetroot version for a while now. However, this particular incarnation, using tender parsnips and caramelised shallots, is a real favourite.

Parsnips, shallots, puff pastry

The idea of creating a savoury tarte tatin is not a new one, indeed we’ve been championing a beetroot version for a while now. However, this particular incarnation, using tender parsnips and caramelised shallots, is a real favourite.


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Oven-roasted roots frittata

Oven-roasted roots frittata

This is a great way to use up odds and ends of fresh veg, and leftovers too. You can use more or less whatever you fancy from the list, though I do think some kind of onion is essential. As the egg is poured straight into the roasting dish full of hot veg

This substantial salad is something of a River Cottage classic, and a great way to bring together two of autumn’s finest ingredients: mushrooms and squash. Blue cheese is quite delicious here but you could use other cheeses – shavings of Parmesan, a hard goat’s cheese such as Ticklemore, or a firm ewe’s milk cheese such as Berkswell would also work well.

Warm salad of mushrooms and roasted squash

This substantial salad is something of a River Cottage classic, and a great way to bring together two of autumn’s finest ingredients: mushrooms and squash. Blue cheese is quite delicious here but you could use other cheeses – shavings of Parmesan, a hard goat’s cheese such as Ticklemore, or a firm ewe’s milk cheese such as Berkswell would also work well.

This classic potato dish with its glorious caramelised top and rich, melting interior will always be one of Hugh's favourites. Something magical happens when you bake potatoes, thinly sliced, in garlic-scented cream. Hugh tends to use whichever floury variety he has to hand, but you can also make it with large, new potatoes. The texture is a bit different but still very good. He loves a dauphinoise with a green salad and plain-cooked Puy lentils.

Potato dauphinoise

This classic potato dish with its glorious caramelised top and rich, melting interior will always be one of Hugh's favourites. Something magical happens when you bake potatoes, thinly sliced, in garlic-scented cream. Hugh tends to use whichever floury variety he has to hand, but you can also make it with large, new potatoes. The texture is a bit different but still very good. He loves a dauphinoise with a green salad and plain-cooked Puy lentils.

This richly spiced combination of squash, tomatoes and pulses is based around a traditional Moroccan recipe, harira. That dish is actually a soup but, whenever I make it, I find myself veering towards such a thick and chunky texture that ‘stew’ seems a more appropriate description. It hardly matters – it’s a delicious, belly-filling, one-pot dish.

North african squash and chickpea stew

This richly spiced combination of squash, tomatoes and pulses is based around a traditional Moroccan recipe, harira. That dish is actually a soup but, whenever I make it, I find myself veering towards such a thick and chunky texture that ‘stew’ seems a more appropriate description. It hardly matters – it’s a delicious, belly-filling, one-pot dish.

This spicy North African pepper and tomato stew with eggs baked on top makes a lovely, lazy supper. The classic Italian peperonata is prepared in the same way but without eggs or spices – it is equally good.

Chachouka

This spicy North African pepper and tomato stew with eggs baked on top makes a lovely, lazy supper. The classic Italian peperonata is prepared in the same way but without eggs or spices – it is equally good.

Creamy courgette lasagne.   Serve up this creamy quick dish for a last minute dinner party and impress veggie friends

Creamy courgette lasagne

Creamy courgette lasagne. Serve up this creamy quick dish for a last minute dinner party and impress veggie friends

This substantial grainy salad makes a lovely autumn/winter lunch or supper. By all means replace the fennel with chunks of leek, or red onion wedges or halved shallots. Indeed you can improvise a spelt salad along these lines for all seasons, and the first baby veg of summer are a great opportunity to play with this idea.

Spelt salad with squash and fennel

This substantial grainy salad makes a lovely autumn/winter lunch or supper. By all means replace the fennel with chunks of leek, or red onion wedges or halved shallots. Indeed you can improvise a spelt salad along these lines for all seasons, and the first baby veg of summer are a great opportunity to play with this idea.

Beetroot pizza with cheddar

Beetroot pizza with cheddar

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This is based on an intriguing, delicious Greek dish that Hugh found in a battered old copy of Mediterranean Vegetable Cookery by Rena Salaman. The rice steals the water from the grated courgettes and plumps up as the two cook together inside the pie. It’s as tasty as it is cunning.

Courgette and rice filo pie

This is based on an intriguing, delicious Greek dish that Hugh found in a battered old copy of Mediterranean Vegetable Cookery by Rena Salaman. The rice steals the water from the grated courgettes and plumps up as the two cook together inside the pie. It’s as tasty as it is cunning.

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