A British classic. Meaty sausages enveloped in crispy batter, plus, a special onion gravy to really top it off. We think it's better than mum's!
This bake is a cross between two classics – creamy dauphinoise and pommes boulangère (potatoes cooked in stock), the perfect side dish
For big celebrations this cake is a must, four layers of moist sponge, lashings of chocolate ganache and the crunch of Maltesers
Pork fillet makes a quick supper and is quite low in fat. Try this dish with crispy onion rice on the side
A good accompaniment to fish and also haggis. Make extra as these will be gobbled up in no time
A simple chutney complements this classic goat's cheese tart. Make them bigger or smaller depending on the occasion, perfect for entertaining
Angela Nilsen makes a healthier version of an iconic English meal - without losing the nostalgia
An all-in-one roast that is ready in less than two hours. Roast two birds at once for a simple dinner party, or better still, great sandwiches the next day
What better way to prove that pollack is the new cod than by giving it the most classic British treatment? Mushy peas optional!
Finnish your meal with this splendid side dish. Perfect with pork chops or sausages
You can't have a buffet without a homemade quiche, and everyone is bound to love this vegetarian classic
A crispy treat specially for Easter that kids will love to make during the school holidays
Give an everyday veg a bit of a kick and a crunch by adding some chilli breadcrumbs
Make your own Easter eggs. It's much easier than you'd think and you can add personal touch.
The classic family dish from the Cooking with Auntie Sara series - perfect for getting the kids involved