It's time to show off your baking to the nation!
We want to see what you've been cooking this week so please get in touch with pictures of your culinary skills. From cakes to pies to biscuits we want to see what delights you've made.
John Whaite's gives a classic a tasty twist by mixing banoffee pie with cake. It looks so impressive yet is easy to make... perfect with a cuppa!
John also teaches us how to make a piping bag from baking paper.
Next time your little ones (or big ones) have friends over, treat them to these utterly delicious super-juicy, stupidly tasty meatballs and be the talk of the playground!
It’s the perfect time of year for raspberries being late summer, so let's catch the last bits of summer with the fresh flavours of lemon, raspberry and mint.
James Tanner's lemon tart with raspberries and white chocolate is simple but has a real ‘wow’ factor if you bring it out in front of friends - as it looks so good!
It’s recommended that you should try and eat fish twice a week and salmon is perfect with its omega-3 fatty acids, said to contribute to healthier brain function, heart and joints.
This recipe uses Ketjap Manis (which literally translates to sweet soy sauce in Indonesian) and is used a lot in Thai cooking. It is a thick, sweet, rich, syrupy Indonesian version of soy sauce containing sugar and spices. It is widely available in all major supermarkets and C
can also go by the name of Kecap Manis.
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.