As part of our 25th birthday celebrations, Tom Kerridge has been teaching us how to cook in a ten-part series. To round it up, Tom has shared his favourite choices for a three-course meal.
Have you been following Tom Kerridge’s learn to cook series? If you have, by now you’ll know ten core skills, what key kitchen kit to buy, budget-busting tips and presentation wins. But how can you put this knowledge to good use? Tom has shared his ultimate menu with us – and we’ve matched his ideas with BBC Good Food recipes that are more of a challenge.
Tom Kerridge’s ultimate menu
“I always go for something fried, crispy or crunchy to start.”
“Go for something slow cooked – preferably something that takes over a day to prepare and cook.”
“Don’t go for anything that’s too sweet. People sometimes add too much sugar – you want to be able to taste the key component of the pudding, be that milk, chocolate, fruit or another main ingredient.”
What did you learn from Tom's series? We'd love to hear your thoughts...