Ricotta and Lemon Cake

From: Today

Serve the cake with fresh or poached fruit, caramel sauce and cream or yoghurt.

Pan Seared Beef with Soy & Noodles

From: Today

Climb on board the orient express!

Potato, leek and parmesan bake

From: Today

A simple dinner accompaniment from Paul Flynn

Roasted Garlic Cottage Pie

From: Today

Kevin Dundon serves up this warming dish on the Today show.

Galway hooker battered ling

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JP McMahon's Galway Hooker battered ling with chips and lemon mayonnaise

Betty Crocker Crepes Suzette

From: Today

The old favourite.

Fiery fajitas with salsa

From: Today

This recipe is delicious and is really suitable for family and friends alike. I like to just leave all the components of the meal in the middle of the table and allow all of the guests to help themselves and build their own fajita. The stir fry part of this recipe is also suitable for pork, duck or beef.

Panzanella salad

From: Today

This is a classic Italian salad that enlivens pieces of stale-ish bread with the juice of sweet tomatoes and a rich dressing of balsamic vinegar and olive oil. The inclusion of some readily available fresh herbs helps to give this classic a real lift and original twist.

Lamb Curry

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This is a very traditional way of cooking lamb curry in my parents' house. I love the combination of lamb curry, rice and chargrilled tomato chutney. In Nepal, generally, goat meat is more popular than lamb meat but coming to Ireland, I prefer lamb meat to goat as I find goat meat is a little tougher than lamb. We cook any meat - even fish - on the bone as bone adds much deeper flavour to the dish and acts as a natural stock. You won't get that from off-the-bone meat, especially in any curry dishes. Lamb curry is great as leftover, too.

West Cork Monkfish and Shrimp Jambalaya

From: Today

A taste of the South – in more ways than one!




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