Cookbooks stuffed with recipes from your favourite TV chefs.
What do you look for in a TV cooking show? Quick meal ideas for mid-week munching? The hottest trends in contemporary cooking? New techniques? Fresh inspiration for family feasts? Flavour explosions from the world’s foodie hotspots? Recipe collections from your favourite chefs allow you to cook like a pro in your own time, and on your own turf. Here are some cookbooks from some top TV chefs.
A fruity dish from Ottolenghi Flavour by Yotam Ottolenghi and Ixta Belfrage.
A vegetarian recipe that is simply as good as any steak (with mash), if not better.
With pink pickled onions.
With peanuts, marshmallows and chocolate.
With chilli, lemon and garlic beans.
A divine recipe from How to be a Domestic Goddess.
With root veg, porcini mushrooms, marmite & crispy rosemary.
With black bean sauce and tenderstem broccoli.
With poached eggs, spinach & peas.
One of Palestine’s national dishes, where chicken is cooked and served with layers of olive-oil-drenched flatbread.
A fish dish that can be on the table less than fifteen minutes after you’ve started making it.
A cheesecake recipe that is sweet, of course, but at the same time punchy and totally distinct.
Rick Stein's French fig and frangipane tarts feature a buttery shortcrust pastry case filled with sweet almond and verdant fig.
An impressive recipe from Eat Green by bestselling author Melissa Hemsley.
Tahini and dark chocolate combine in these divine cookies.
A delicious Ham and Cheese Melt recipe from You Suck at Cooking.
A tasty potato salad recipe from You Suck at Cooking.
These little ‘sandwiches’ are a lovely adaptation of the traditional shortcake. They make excellent use of polenta to produce the perfect dessert for summer, when you can take advantage of a glut of strawberries.
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.
Tomato, sweet fennel, crispy thyme, garlic, vermouth and parmesan combine in this delicious risotto recipe from Veg.
Jamie Oliver's Veggie Pad Thai is a yummy mix of crispy fried eggs, special tamarind & tofu sauce, with a peanut sprinkle.
A vibrant curry from the plant-based cookbook East.
A vegan interpretation of pad thai that brings something new in the form of purple sprouting broccoli.