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Greek-style Lamb Kebabs

Greek-style Lamb Kebabs

Kebabs are a quick and easy way to cook meat on a barbecue. Keep them turning on their skewers to ensure thorough cooking and even browning. If you are using wooden skewers, make sure to soak them for at least 30 minutes so they don't catch alight on the barbecue.
Chilled Berry Cheesecake

Chilled Berry Cheesecake

Make this lovely cheesecake for special occasions, and to impress your guests. Quick to whip up, it requires no baking, but make sure you leave enough time for it to chill properly.
Sweet and Sour Duck Salad

Sweet and Sour Duck Salad

With ripe nectarines, green grapes, red peppery lettuce and slices of tender grilled duck, this is a particularly pretty salad. The unusual dressing complements and brings together all of the ingredients to make this a meal that is sure to impress if you are entertaining.
Beef Miroton

Beef Miroton

Here's a delicious way to use up leftover roast beef or pot roast – just bake it anew with sliced potatoes, gravy and buttery breadcrumbs.
Spicy Tomato Chutney

Spicy Tomato Chutney

Turmeric, cumin, mustard and cayenne pepper all add spice to this intense, easy-to-make chutney. Stir a dollop into curry as it is cooking to add even more flavour, then serve the chutney on the side for extra spice.
Prosciutto, Pear and Parmesan Salad

Prosciutto, Pear and Parmesan Salad

This elegant, simple salad is lovely served with fresh, crusty bread.
Mango Chicken Salad

Mango Chicken Salad

Here is a very special salad – new potatoes, slices of tender grilled chicken and asparagus tossed in a fresh orange dressing while still warm and then gently mixed with juicy mango slices and baby salad leaves. It makes a delicious and well balanced meal all on its own.
Gingered crab filo parcels

Gingered crab filo parcels

These Asian-style, triangular parcels of crisp, light filo pastry enclose a ginger-flavoured filling of crab, water chestnuts and corn. They look and taste wonderful, and are really easy to make. Prepare them ahead for a party, then bake just before serving with a sweet chilli dipping sauce.
Ways with Mayonnaise

Ways with Mayonnaise

Lots of chopped fresh herbs give this quick and simple dish its pronounced flavour, and bite-sized pieces of crisp, toasted pita bread provide texture. Serve the salad for a light meal with a hint of summer at any time of the year.
Slow-cooker Pulled Pork

Slow-cooker Pulled Pork

Pork is rendered pull-apart tender with slow, patient simmering — but if you don’t have quite enough time you can cook the pork on high for 4 hours. This enticingly spicy mixture is also delicious served on tortillas, with diced avocados and tomatoes and a dollop of sour cream.
Middle Eastern Salad

Middle Eastern Salad

Lots of chopped fresh herbs give this quick and simple dish its pronounced flavour, and bite-sized pieces of crisp, toasted pita bread provide texture. Serve the salad for a light meal with a hint of summer at any time of the year.
Creamy Chicken Korma

Creamy Chicken Korma

Indian-style korma curries are loved the world over. This version is quite mild, so add more korma paste if you like a bit more heat, or experiment by using another Indian curry paste. Serve with a warm Indian bread, such as wholemeal naan bread or chapattis.
Slow-cooker Vietnamese Seafood Broth

Slow-cooker Vietnamese Seafood Broth

This fragrant seafood bowl will have you slurping with satisfaction. Serve with an array of Southeast Asian herbs and vegetables, such as bean sprouts, spring onion slices, diced tomato, chopped chilli, and mint and coriander leaves, so people can add their own.
Chocolate, Cherry and Coconut Bites

Chocolate, Cherry and Coconut Bites

Like a decadent coconut ice, these moreish morsels won’t last long. They’re perfect to bring to a high tea, picnic or barbecue, or just to have as an indulgent treat.
Caponata

Caponata

Caponata is a Sicilian dish that can be served as a side dish, salad or relish. Try stirring some toasted pine nuts or capers through the finished dish. Serve it with marinated olives as part of an antipasto platter.

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