Chicken Tagine with Pomegranate

From: Kitchen Hero: Great Food for Less

This is also good served with bulgur wheat.

Carrot, Ginger and Cumin Soup

From: Four Live

Warm up your winter with this tasty soup!

Ham Hock Terrine

From: Kitchen Hero: Rediscovering The Irish Kitchen

I have a special place in my heart for ham hocks. Certainly, not the most attractive ingredient to hold a fondness for, but I put it down to my inner cheapskate. I love the idea that for very little money you can produce something delicious. This ham hock recipe doesn't use gelatin, but if you prefer a firmer setting you could add a leaf of gelatin to the cooking liquid once the ham hocks are cooked. You can also make the terrine in individual Kilner jars to serve.

Zesty Broccoli & Goat’s Cheese Orecchiette

From: Today

Donal Skehan cooks up a quick and tasty pasta dish.

Ham & Pea Soup

From: Four Live

A cost-effective and delicious soup.

Betty's Ambrosia Cake

From: Kitchen Hero: Great Food for Less

One of my favourite things to do is to talk on the topic of food with my granny. Learning to cook armed only with cookbooks and a passion for art, with eight hungry mouths to feed and very little money, my granny developed some of the most resourceful cooking skills I know. I love that with barely anything in the house she can produce something incredibly elegant, such as soufflés, without thinking twice. This is a light and rather sophisticated cake that relies heavily on store-cupboard ingredients and is a perfect example of her skill in being able to produce something incredibly impressive out of everyday items.

Sunblush Tomato, Basil and Goat’s Cheese Pasta

From: The Afternoon Show

A nutritious, tasty snack or lunch box filler.

Ultimate Mexican baked eggs

From: Kitchen Hero: Great Food for Less

I make these eggs in the morning whenever we’ve had any late-night guests who decided to stay over. They make a really funky and filling brunch.

Super Chocolate Brownies

From: Kitchen Hero: Great Food for Less

This recipe makes beautiful, dense and fudgy brownies - just the way I like them. It's a very simple recipe that you can make in minutes. Just make sure you make enough to share around!




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