Crispy Goat's Cheese with Apple and Hazelnut Salad

From: Neven Maguire: Home Chef

If you prefer to bake the goat's cheese, simply cook it in an oven preheated to 180°C (350°F/gas mark 4) for another 5-10 minutes, until warmed through and soft. Look for Irish apples in the supermarket, particularly when they are in season, and if they're not there, ask the manager why! Apples are one of our few indigenous fruits and there is no excuse for the shops not supporting Irish farmers.

Poached Hake and Veggie Broth with Vibrant Salsa

From: Today

Serve the poached hake on a bed of the broth with salsa dripping from the hake.

Tomato & Basil Sauce (for Chicken, Pasta & Pizza)

From: The Afternoon Show

Kevin Dundon serves up a delicious tomato and basil sauce which is perfect for chicken, pasta and pizza.

Homemade Cottage Pie with Cheesy Mash

From: The Afternoon Show

A meal to rush home for.

Alix Gardner’s Cookery School Hungarian Goulash

This simple but tasty recipe is sure to be a winner in the colder months.

Christmas Feast: Roast Turkey with Cranberry and Sage Stuffing

From: Kitchen Hero: Donal's Irish Feast

For an easier to carve option this Christmas Day, try this rolled turkey breast, which is stuffed with a sweet and aromatic stuffing. I love the combination of maple, orange, smoked bacon and apple spiked with the cranberries, but you can easily adapt this with your own favourite flavours.

Christmas Feast: Plum and Star Anise-Glazed Ham

From: Kitchen Hero: Donal's Irish Feast

Sweet, sticky and aromatic, this Christmas ham comes with serious sophistication. Like most good Christmas hams this recipe is all about the glaze. The combination of sweet orange, sticky plum jam and Asian star anise ticks all the boxes in terms of Christmas tastes.

Baked John Dory in a magic bag

From: Today

This is a great way of cooking your favourite fish while keeping the flavour intact. These magic cooking bags are normally used for roasting poultry but work really well with fish.

Brussels Sprout, Red Onion and Bacon Crumble

From: Today

If you are not a fan of Brussels sprouts try using thickly sliced leeks with broccoli or cauliflower instead. This will also make a good vegetarian option for Christmas lunch if you leave out the bacon.

Trout En Papillote

From: Kitchen Hero: Donal's Irish Feast

Have separate bowls of steamed green beans and steamed new potatoes to hand around separately.




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