Chocolate Panettone

From: Today

Catherine says: "Living in Ireland, I used to think of panettone as a very dry Italian Christmas cake until I tasted one that had been freshly made in Sicily. I was totally converted – I could easily devour half of one in a single sitting! I bake these as individual little panettone cakes for friends. They are so good served with a glass of dessert wine or even Marsala.

Salmon en Papillotte

From: Today

Cooking food en papillote (in a paper parcel or package) requires very little oil and allows the contents to gently steam, so it's a pretty healthy way to cook. As vegetables are included, it could be argued that this is the equivalent of a 'one-pot' dish.

Honey Roast Smoked Salmon with Crispy Potato Cakes and Asparagus Curls

From: Kitchen Hero: Donal's Irish Feast

This is my version of Eggs Benedict which is a poached egg served on a crispy potato cake that gets baked in the oven slice of brioche and a warm butter sauce, which is much lighter than Hollandaise. It is also fantastic served with slices of hand carved cooked ham or crispy bacon.

Mixed Beans Soup with Potatoes

From: Today

This is a very hearty dish, full of nutrients. We celebrate a special day in August called Janai Purnima, when every Nepalese household makes sure to cook this dish in their kitchen. Mixed dried beans need to be soaked overnight or at least for 8 hours. It is great as a very healthy, nutritious and filling lunch or dinner.

Neven Maguire's Sirloin Steak with Peppered Whiskey Sauce

Give this delicious recipe from Neven Maguire’s Avonmore Cooking Cream Collection a go tonight. You won't be disappointed!

Sweet Potato Falafel Cakes with a Red Pepper Relish

From: Today

This is a very tasty and delicious recipe, one that kids and teenagers love. It's easy to make and the mix will keep for 3 days in the fridge. We usually make the mix into burger-shaped patties and serve one per person, but sometimes we make it into small bite-size balls – they end up crispier when smaller!

Penne with Pumpkin, Crispy Pancetta, Sage and Parmesan

Look for small organic pumpkins called Jack O Lantern, now grown all over Ireland. They are a vibrant orange and they are the ideal size for this recipe.




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