Three easy ideas for a stress-free dinner party menu!
Minimal ingredients and no machine or churning required!
Alice Beer will be joining us to showcase the tastiest plant based grilling options on the market!
John's headed to Cornwall in search of the legendary 'stargazing' pie.
Nisha's here to transform your barbecue with a touch of spice.
Amanda's Yorkshire feast
An easy spin on the nation's favourite classic cake!
So retro, but so good!
A quintessentially British treat!
Looking for a gluten-free pizza crust that doesn’t require expensive specialty flours?
Whipping up a budget friendly and flavoursome dish!
Smoked trout pâté with pickled cucumber
Refreshing noodle and lime chicken salad
All in one sticky rice with broccoli, squash, chilli and ginger
Phil has saved an extra special trip for his final island hop
An irresistible one-dish traybake best served with a large helping of raspberries!
A light and healthy Chinese meal stuffed with prawns, pork and fresh veg.
Clodagh is here to wow us with her ultimate Bank Holiday al fresco setup, complete with decadent sharing platters!
It's tastier, cheaper and healthier than your favourite fried chicken takeaway
Nisha's great British curry tour!
A dessert guaranteed to be a crowd pleaser
Tom knows a thing or two about eating al fresco!
Phil leaves behind the wilds of Shetland and heads off on a six hour ferry trip to Orkney, before cooking us a delicious fish supper!
Easy to prepare and will last several days!
Delicious corn ribs, sweetcorn fritters and corn and crab linguini
An Irish twist on a classic!
Delicious prep-ahead spatchcock chicken that will save your future self time in the kitchen.
No fuss, no bake, chocolate biscuit cake - which is ready to eat in just 20 minutes!
With McDonald’s still closed during the lockdown, 3.5 million customers a day are missing out on their favourite fast food fix. But luckily, John ...
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Juliet Sear is here to show us why cake jars - the fun new baking trend.
Lamb burger, Shetland style- using local ingredients.
After heading to Leicester's Belgrave Road, AKA the Golden Mile, Nisha makes onion bhajis with mint chutney
All made in the one dish, and it will cost you under £5 to feed four!
An easy but indulgent Monday meal.
You can have a batch on the table in just 20 minutes!
Pan fried fish with cauliflower puree and English asparagus cream sauce.
Injecting a little excitement to your Friday night dinner, John’s in the kitchen with his super easy, super speedy and super tasty chicken satay noodles.
As the weather warms up, Clodagh’s showing you how to whip up a delicious summer feast!
Phil Vickery’s taking us on an adventure to the idyllic islands off the coast of Scotland!
Don't be fooled, this illusion cake has a trick in store for us!
Easy and delicious Middle Eastern-style dish!
After heading to Birmingham’s famous Balti Triangle, Nisha is whipping up her delicious lamb bhuna!
How do you like your toast in the morning? Phil Vickery is here to show you how you can get creative!
Easy and light, this French summer pudding makes the perfect spring dessert.
Clodagh's Irish twist on a classic Sunday lunch!
Nisha Katona is whipping up her quick Chicken Korma
Gok shows us his Thursday night fakeaway
A simple recipe for an absolute classic.
Phil is back on the road and this week he’s cooking live from Busta in Shetland serving up local scallops with rhubarb chutney.
John’s rustling up a retro favourite for lunch!
James Martin's tasty chicken wings with BBQ Sauce
James Martin's scrumptious strawberry sponge
Tom Kerridge's delicious brunch idea.
Gok’s back with his ultimate feast, best enjoyed in the sun!
The secret is in the simplicity.
Forget tinned soup, this homemade goodness will blow you away.
A twist on classic french toast that you need to try.
You need these mashed potatoes in your life!
From Nando's manager to MasterChef champion, Tom Rhodes shows you how to make an impressive weekend dish
As it’s St George’s Day, what better way to celebrate with a good old English Fry Up!
This is prime-time for asparagus so Phil's got some inspiration for your next spring meal.
Forget cream tea, we're going Irish with Clodagh's traditional tea brack.
Clodagh's livening up your weeknight supper with a delicious twist on margherita risotto!
In the final part of her Kitchen Garden strand, Clodagh McKenna makes Huevos Rancheros using eggs laid by her Burford Brown hens.
Jon makes a delicious Chicken & Prosciutto Milanese for Phillip and Rochelle.
James is taking us back to this time last year when he was making 500 kilos of pasta for his village during lockdown.
It was nearly 30 years ago a young James Martin stepped into our TV kitchens, so to celebrate we have an 'anniversary cook'.
The perfect Friday night curry fake-away.
This cake combines two ingredients that are a match made in nutty, buttery heaven! It's Joseph Denison Carey's Brown butter and almond cake!
Perfect for sharing at your next al fresco dinner party, Phil is making his lemon meringue pie!
With BBQs being fired up across the country, Phil’s on hand with the ultimate al fresco feast!
John Torode’s back in the kitchen with this classic Thai dish.
To celebrate the long awaited opening of outdoor spaces at restaurants James is in the kitchen making his sell out dish from his menu.
Clodagh is giving us a tour of her walled garden where she grows all her fruit and vegetables.
Clodagh’s on hand to add Michelin star style to her Fish Pie and Jacket Potato
A real crowd pleaser and springtime pudding, Clodagh is making a gorgeous creamy lemon cheesecake with a hazelnut biscuit base for extra crunch and flavour.
Nisha Katona's amazing ginger beer onion and broccoli bhajis with a coriander and mint chutney
No more naff rubbery quiche with Phil's foolproof recipe.
Nisha Katona's lamb & plum curry doesn't disappoint.
James Martin is taking all the things we love about a picnic and turning it into a delicious pie!
They’re not just for breakfast. James is turning eggs and bacon into a delicious salad with a classic French dressing
Phil Vickery's in the kitchen showing us how to make his cracking Easter Rocky Road. Yum!
Roasted in the oven, or on the barbecue, Phil’s impressive baked salmon will have your dinner guests begging for more.
Juliet's creating an easy spring tray bake that's bursting with colour, decorated with mini eggs, icing flowers and plenty of sprinkles!
Take one sheet of shop-bought puff pastry and pile it high with lots of delicious spring ingredients and, hey presto, you get these beautiful veggie tarts!
Joseph’s dishing up his melt-in-the-mouth slow-cooked beef, an inexpensive and delicious way to feed an Easter crowd!
Paul A Young shows us how to transform our shop-bought Easter eggs into showstopping creations, before introducing us to the treat-filled ‘loaded egg'
It wouldn’t be Easter without some indulgent treats, so John’s in the kitchen making his delicious molten chocolate bombe!
James shows us how to make a whole meal on the BBQ, starting with his chimichurri mixed grill with wood roasted veg
James shows us how to transform fresh peaches on a hot grill before serving them with a crunchy sweet, nutty amaretti biscuit, fresh basil and vanilla ice cream
Found the perfect BBQ? It’s time to decide what to cook on it. John has just the thing to impress - Greek marinated chicken and easy flatbreads.
Phil Vickery finds out how Creme Eggs are made in Bournville, near Birmingham before putting the sweet treats to good use in his Easter egg brownies
Phil Vickery's double decker hot cross bun ice cream sandwich
Juliet Sear is back in the kitchen with two delicious Easter treats - her hidden creme egg cupcakes, and bunny biscuits.
Nisha is back with her auntie’s famous curry which uses butternut squash, sweet potato & spinach. A popular Indian dish for a tasty dinner in under 10 minutes.
Donal’s here with a simple meal which can be ready in under twenty minutes. He’s using basic store cupboard ingredients to make this flavour-filled pasta dish.
James is back in the kitchen showcasing one of Phillip’s favourite dishes, moules mariniere, two ways - the traditional way and then one de-shelled for Holly.