James Tanner's delicious chicken dish is served with sweetcorn and bacon hash and green beans. Hash is a dish consisting of diced meat, potatoes, and spices that are mixed together and then cooked either alone or with other ingredients such as onions. The name is derived from the French verb hacher (to chop).
Hash is a nice side but also tasty enough to eat as a nice little snack or to take to work the next day!
James Tanner cooks up a great dish to indulge in on cooler rainy nights, it's a bit of a treat as the crackling is the best bit - but hey it is the weekend!
Apricots and french beans are in season and you can use some apricots as a nice dessert cut up with a bit of cream, James says.
Former Masterchef winner Shelina Permalloo makes a warm falafel salad with yoghurt dressing.
Dean Edwards brings you a new tasty, and simple pasta dish to try at home.
LA based Italian chef Gabriele Bertaccini who has cooked for former US president Bill Clinton and the fashion elite including Vogue magazine shows us how to keep summer alive with a glamorous fennel and artichoke salad.
People think that making bread is a chore but its so easy and cheap and satisfying too! You can add any filling and play around with flavours. Using store cupboard ingredients - oil, flour, onions only goats cheese is bought in. Don’t need to use the oven, its all done in a frying pan. Make a whole stack and enjoy with friends - or all to yourself!
John Whaite shows us how it's done.
Dean Edwards is back in the kitchen, whipping up a summer fruit nutty crumble with custard... yum! Dean says the best thing about crumbles is that you can make them with whatever you have at home – fruits and nuts of your choice...
Bill Granger fires up his barbie once again, and this week he's throwing on one of his favourite prawn recipes from back home.