Pissaladiere

From: Rachel Allen: Bake!

Rachel Allen's French dish is like an oniony pizza. The base can also be made with puff pastry, which does not need pre-baking. French Niçoise olives are best on top, but Greek and Italian will do just as well. Pissaladière is perfect for a summer lunch, served with a crisp green salad.

Upside down peach and saffron cake

From: Rachel Allen's Cake Diaries

A unique cake, full of exciting flavour that is sure to impress company

Chocolate Crèmes Brûlées

From: Rachel Allen's Dinner Parties

My brother-in-law makes this divine chocolate variation of the classic crème brûlée. It is such a pleasing thing to eat, using your spoon to break the crisp sugar barrier to invade the creamy chocolate custard it protects.

Lemon and rosemary polenta cake

From: Rachel Allen's Cake Diaries

A great recipe full of herb and zing from Rachel's Cake Diaries series

Princess Cake

From: Rachel Allen's Cake Diaries

Perfect for little girls' birthday parties, from Rachel's newest series 'Cake Diaries'

Sweet Scones with Blueberry Jam

From: Rachel's Favourite Food For Living

Simple and delicious scones with homemade jam, which are just perfect for afternoon tea.

Chocolate mousse cake

From: Rachel Allen: Easy Meals

Complete decadance but there should always be an upcoming occasion for a treat

Lamb, Bean, Olive and Feta Salad

From: Rachel Allen Home Cooking

I created this salad one day with some leftover lamb. It has delicious Greek flavours and works so well with the redcurrant jelly in the dressing.

Tagliatelle with Smoked Salmon, Watercress and Peas

From: Rachel Allen Home Cooking

This is a really good pasta dish, great for all the family, and it makes a little bit of smoked salmon go a long way.

Roasted Vegetable Coconut Curry

From: Rachel Allen's Dinner Parties

Making your own curry paste only takes a few minutes and the complex depth of flavour means it’s always worth doing.




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