Jean Christophe Novelli joins us with one of his go-to summer recipes - salmon and prawns with a tasty seasonal ratatouille. Low fat, super quick - and true to Jean Christophe’s kitchen philosophy - it also contains no added salt.
Here’s how to make a delicious meal without turning on the oven - tasty and quick to prepare, think of these as the healthy version of a fried spring roll.
Ching’s fresh tasting summer rolls are rice paper sheets packed with carrots, cucumber, fresh herbs, chicken and mushrooms, all rolled together with a sweet dipping sauce.
John Torode is on a two-wheeled culinary adventure around the UK. Keen cyclist John’s first stop in the series is the Lake District, seeing sights in Grasmere and Windermere. He tries world-famous gingerbread in William Wordsworth's hometown, and cooks up his own sticky toffee pudding, which he hopes will rival the original recipe at Sharrow Bay.
After sampling some delicious crab cakes in Maryland, USA, Nigel Havers has spent years trying to recreate the dish at home - with little success.
But today is his lucky day, because Phil is in the kitchen ready to whip up the perfect crab cakes, and show Nigel how to get this mouthwatering summer dish just right!
With the lovely warm weather seemingly neverending, finding a filling lunch that’s not too heavy can be tricky.
Our ray of sunshine, Phil Vickery, has a Mediterranean-inspired Frittata dish that tastes of the holidays!
Fridge to fork in under 20 minutes, tasty, low fat and easy on the wallet too... Phil Vickery’s homemade melt-in-the-middle turkey burgers with tomato and basil relish are mouth-wateringly tasty and perfect for the hot weather too!
Gok's in the studio with a very different makeover, as he works his magic on a Chinese takeaway classic - crispy duck pancakes!
Gok's version is quick, easy - and better still low fat, making it the perfect Friday night alternative to your usual takeaway. Hoisin duck with spring onion, cooling cucumber and crisp lettuce, perfect in the heatwave and delicious!
She’s the baker with a difference. Whether it’s man’s best friend or your beloved moggy, Hannah Edwards creates culinary masterpieces that look just like your pets. She shows us how to make her intricate creations and tells us why, for some, they’re too realistic to stomach!
Plus we have a dog-shaped sponge surprise for Eamonn and Ruth...