We lurve this one - try it out at home.
Wade Murphy shares his recipe for this Mediterranean style stew. Love these tasty family meals - easy, healthy and everyone loves tucking in.
TGIF! Although every day will feel like Friday if you pop this in the oven. Test your pizza making skills with this Catherine Fulvio recipe.
The indulgence factor is high, Kevin Dundon says and he would know.
Filled with cream and jam such as strawberry, raspberry, blackcurrant and apricot, this cake is a joy according to Ballymaloe's Rory.
Afraid to try making sushi at home? These recipes make it so easy and a lot less daunting then it sounds.
If you can't get to the chipper - do a bit of DIY Fish & chipping with Donal Skehan's recipe.
If you can't get to the chipper, you can get the chip shop taste at home!
A tasty recipe that will become a home favourite.
This may seem like an unusual combination, but believe me it works really well - Rory says in his RTÉ One TV show, How to Cook Well with Rory O'Connell.
Crisp, golden, caramelised, thin and elegant, these long slipper shaped biscuits can be served with ices, sorbets, mousses and soufflés or just with coffee.
Now here's a soup with a difference from How to Cook Well with Rory O'Connell on RTÉ One.
Rory says: This is a great combination of flavours and textures to combine with an extravagant fillet of beef. The amount of beef is scant, but there is so much else going on with the salad leaves and herbs, that I find it to be sufficient.
This trifle is based on the classic preparation with fruit, sponge, liquer, custard and a final topping of whipped cream. Rory says in How to Cook Well with Rory O'Connell on RTÉ One, that he uses the recipe as a trifle master plan throughout the year!
This is brilliant stuff. Given that fresh basil is only available for a couple of months during the summer, parsley is an obvious year round and delicious substitute.