Donal's Sesame Brussels Sprouts
Turkey meat is a great low-fat alternative to pork or lamb when it comes to meatballs and is the perfect partner for the Asian flavours …
This warming curry-style soup is packed with hearty goodness and velvety sweet coconut.
If you don't have a pestle and mortar you can pop the cardamom seeds in a zip lock bag and bash with a rolling pin.
Cook's notes: If you have time, rinse the rice and soak in a bowl of cold water for half an hour before you start. Soaking …
Donal's Spiced Duck with Figs & Ruby Spiced Rice
This is quite the confection, but truly worth the effort. All of the elements of the dish can be prepared in advance for assembly at …
The sandwiches are best served hot and I like to cut them into old fashioned triangles before serving.
Rory's Polenta Chips with Cashel Blue Cheese and Rosemary Fonduta
I like to serve the pudding on the day it is made, though it is still great the day after.
This is a lovely and refreshing combination of ingredients that can be served as a light starter or to accompany grilled meat or fish.
Apart from the quick cooking of the romanesco, the rest of the dish happens in just one saucepan.
This is a robust and delicious broth that is almost a meal in a bowl.
Kevin Dundon's garlic roast potatoes - just in time for Christmas.
Kevin Dundon's Slow-Cooked Red Cabbage & Port.
A festive recipe from Neven's Waterford Christmas.
These are completely irresistible and can be served hot or cold, so they're great party food and easy buffet fare. Hand around a separate dish …
These can be served up at your next Christmas party along with smoked salmon, sour cream and scallions etc.
Decorate with pomegranates, red currants, berries or edible flowers if desired.
A tasty treat for Christmas.
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