Pear, Almond and Chocolate Crumble

From: Four Live

More than just a crumble, this dessert unites pears with two of its favourite companions - almond and chocolate

Steamed Mussels with Cream and Herbs

From: Rachel Allen Home Cooking

A great big bowl of steaming mussels in the centre of the table is a tempting treat for everyone!

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.

Southeast Asian Grilled Fish

From: Rachel Allen's Dinner Parties

If you are cooking this dish for quite a few people, you can lay the fish on an oiled oven tray, drizzle a little oil over the top of each fish, and cook under a hot grill for 3–5 minutes on each side or until the skin is crispy and the fish opaque all the way through.

Easy Soda Focaccia

From: The Afternoon Show

A quick and easy foccacia.

Chocolate, rum and almond cake

From: Rachel Allen's Cake Diaries

From Rachel's new series, Rachel Allen: Cake Diaries

Amaretto tiramisu

From: Rachel Allen: Easy Meals

A traditional favourite but that needn't mean it takes hours to make, this has only a few simple ingredients and takes but 10 minutes to prepare

Peach Jelly Pannacotta Pots

From: Rachel Allen's Dinner Parties

This divine dessert is a twist on the classic combination of peaches and cream. The bright translucent fruit jelly looks gorgeous perched on the rich smooth pannacotta.

Crab Bisque

From: Rachel Allen's Dinner Parties

You can either buy cooked crab meat or to cook your own. Serve the soup as a starter or for lunch with crusty bread.

Steak au Poivre

From: Rachel Allen's Dinner Parties

One of my favourite ways to serve steak is this traditional French bistro method. Pepper, a seasoning that often hides in the background barely noticed, is thrust onto centre stage. Where normally we grind peppercorns into a fine powder, here they are left in larger chunks so you notice the flavour and texture as well as the heat.




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