Buttermilk Southern fried Irish Chicken

From: Today

A delicious recipe from Paul Treyvaud best served with crispy potato batons to make a home-made snack box.

Roast fillet of pork with Jamaican-style rice

From: Today

A delicious dish from Paul Treyvaud.

Smoked Salmon Roulade with a Mango Salsa

From: Today

A lovely festive starter by Marks and Spencer which featured on The Today Show

Christmas Dinner with all the trimmings

From: Today

Marks and Spencer's Christmas Dinner recipes, which featured on The Today Show.

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.

Derval O'Rourke's Joggers Stew

From: Today

If you have 20 minutes to spare before you go out for a run, then you can make this stew. It takes very little effort and you don’t have to be precise about the measurements either.

North Indian Prawn Curry

From: Today

A delicious Indian prawn dish that will leave you wanting more.

Teriyaki Marinated Chicken Wings, Sweet Chili and Soy Dip, Wasabi Aioli

From: Today

The perfect family starter dish that serves 4-6 people for under €10 in total. To serve as a main course just add cabbage, fennel and peanut slaw (recipe at the end).

Charred Pork Chop

From: Today

If you can marinate this the night before, happy days.

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.




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