Books by Rick Stein
Liqueur-soaked slices of Madeira cake, custard and whipped cream are layered with fresh clementines in this simple, light trifle. Perfect for a show-stopping Christmas dessert.
A tremendously tasty traybake.
A delicious and healthy stir-fry dish from Rick Stein at Home.
What appeals to me about this salad is the combination of lightly poached chicken, bean sprouts, spring onions and herbs with roasted chopped nuts and sesame seeds, and the slightly gloopy fish sauce, lime juice and chilli dressing.
There is, I have to confess, no need to put the vodka in the blackberry compote that accompanies these, but it does add to the sense of occasion.
Rick Stein's French fig and frangipane tarts feature a buttery shortcrust pastry case filled with sweet almond and verdant fig.
A crisp, toasted sourdough sandwich put together quickly with a little béchamel.
A case of shortcrust pastry with plenty of leeks sweated down in butter then bound with an egg and cream mixture and baked. Delicious.
Try this free recipe from Rick Stein’s From Venice to Istanbul.
Try this delicious recipe from Rick Stein's Long Weekends.
These lovely aubergine rolls are from Rick Stein's The Road to Mexico.