Creamy Smoked Haddock and Chive Risotto

From: Guerrilla Gourmet

Another great fish dish. I use arborio rice for this dish.

Pasta Making

From: Catherine's Italian Kitchen

Fancy making your own pasta? Read on to find out how.

Aubergine and mango noodle salad

Epicure present this gorgeous Asian-flavoured salad, on the table in just thirty minutes!

DIY Baked potatoes

From: Catherine's Family Kitchen

Want a convenient, filling and simple supper or main? Place an array of toppings in the centre of the table and everyone in the family can select the topping of their choice for their baked potatoes – guaranteed happy families.

Lemony Turkey Kebabs

From: Four Live

Sally Bee presents this nutritious and simple family meal, great for a BBQ!

Crispy Goat’s Cheese with Beetroot Panna Cotta

From: Neven Maguire: Home Chef

If you prefer to bake the goat’s cheese, simply cook it a pre-heated oven (180°C/Gas 4) for another 5-10 minutes – until warmed through and soft. We use a rectangular silicone mould to make the panna cotta in, which are available from both catering shops and online.

Paul Flynn's pancakes

From: Today

Paul Flynn stops by the TODAY studio in Cork to whip up a simple batch of pancakes, with three varieties

Jewelled Chinese 5 Spice Duck Salad

One of my favourite recipes for entertaining, this salad looks fabulous for Christmas with ruby red pomegranate jewels and juicy mango. The ish ingredient is Chinese 5 Spice which is an aromatic blend of spices that marries perfectly with luxurious duck breasts. Toasted sesame oil, another ish factor, and plenty of fresh lime, finishes off this very special sensational salad.

Spicy Stir Fried Prawns with Cashew Nuts

Gok says: "There is so little wastage when cooking Chinese food – if making a king prawn dish like this one, all the shells and prawn heads can be used to make a delicious stock. When you’ve shelled the prawns – I always wear a pair of rubber gloves when I’m preparing this dish, as I can’t stand the smell of prawns on my hands – pile the shells, tails and heads into a pan of boiling water, add some garlic and smashed ginger and you have a gorgeous and tasty stock. Use this stock to add flavour and balance to any dish, be it meat, fish or vegetables. This is how cooking should be – free! As Poppa Wan always says, ‘No waste it . . . it add fravor, innit!’"




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