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Show More Show Less. Any Condition Any Condition. See all Why not get the kids to help as well? Try our classic chicken casserole recipe. If you've got a large family, casseroles are a great way of feeding everyone in the winter time. You can prepare a casserole in advance so you can sit back and let the oven do the hard work for you when it comes to cooking. You can add plenty of veggies into the meat-infused gravy and more than likely you can get away with it too as the veg will be so soft, tender and full of flavour - the kids won't be able to complain!
Once you've mastered a chicken casserole you could try other variations like beef or lamb casserole. You could add whichever veggies you prefer, like carrot, leek or swede. Make your casserole vegetarian friendly by making a vegetable version or make it extra healthy just like our healthy option. Try our classic steak recipe. Steak is usually saved for special occasions like Valentine's Day or dinner parties.
If you've never made steak before, now is your time to get practising so you can impress not only your loved ones but yourself too. Steak is so much easier to cook and prepare than you may think, it's just all about timings when it comes to the cooking - and whether you want it rare, medium or well done. Once you've mastered the timings of a good steak and have made a delicious mushroom and cheese sauce to accompany it you could rustle up some other sauces like our sweet plum sauce. You could even chop your steak up and add it to your salad. Try our classic trifle recipe Skill level: Medium.
There's only one reason we've rated this classic a medium in terms of skill level and that's because it's all about timings and being patient. You have to wait for every individual layer to set and if you rush it, it could end in disaster. Our classic recipe however is not as complex as the rest and is perfect if you've never made a trifle before. It only has 3 layers - sponge, custard and cream.
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Once you've mastered our basic trifle you can step it up a gear and make something a little bit more complicated with different layers like jelly, fresh fruits and blamanche. We've got so many trifle recipes to choose from, you'll be spoilt for choice! Try our classic spaghetti carbonara recipe. When it comes to spaghetti we usually always opt for Spag Bol but you can actually make more than you think with this delicious ingredient including a classic spaghetti carbonara.
It's a creamy and mouth-watering dish sprinkled with Parmesan and scattered with streaky bacon. A dash of cream, a couple of eggs and you've got a homemade sauce - you won't believe how easy it is! Once you've mastered this Italian favourite you could add different ingredients into the mix like chicken and mushroom , or you could turn your carbonara into a mouth-watering, cheese-topped pasta bake - the kids will love it, plus you can sneak some veggies in there too.
Try our classic pizza recipe. There's more to pizza than a takeaway.
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Homemade is by far the best and it's so much healthier for you too. You can add whichever topping tickles your fancy and you can make the base from scratch or opt for a speedy shop-bought version instead. Either way pizza is a really simple recipe -so simple in fact, you could make it with the kids! Once you've mastered this Italian favourite you could make your own pizza dough and can experiment with different toppings and flavour combinations. Try different cheeses; swap mozzarella for Cheddar or goat's cheese.
You could add fresh veggies like peppers, mushrooms, onions or even asparagus.
And if you want to go that one step further you could add flavour to the base too when making the dough from scratch - hints of rosemary or basil in the dough will transform your pizza. Try our classic cauliflower cheese recipe. Cauliflower cheese is the perfect side dish to serve alongside your Sunday roast.
Whip up the sauce, chop the cauliflower, combine the two and pop in the oven. It's an all-round pleaser that's well worth knowing how to cook. Once you've mastered this delicious side dish you can add other veggies to the recipe too like tomatoes or broccoli.
You could also try using different cheeses swapping the Cheddar for Stilton or Parmesan cheese. Try our classic mash potato recipe. Everyone loves a creamy, buttery mash potato with their meals every now and then. It's hard to get the perfect mash potato but our recipe gives yo uperfect results every time. All you have to do is boil the potatoes until soft, drain the water and then mash until your heart?
A dash of milk and a knob of butter will transform your mash making it smooth and creamy. Once you've mastered the art of mashing a potato it? Add spring onions and cheese for cheese and onion mash or add a spoonful of wholegrain mustard for an extra kick. Try our classic omelette recipe.
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Never made an omelette before? Omelettes only use two ingredients: eggs and milk. Crack a few eggs in a bowl or cup, add a dash of milk and whisk. Pour onto a hot frying pan and leave to cook on a low heat. Flip over and cook the other side and ta-dah, you? Once you've mastered making the basic omelette you can add veggies, cheese and different fillings to make your omelette extra special. Try mushrooms, peppers and onions too.
If your omelette breaks when you flip it you can avoid this by popping it under the grill. Try our classic burrito recipe Skill level: Medium. A Mexican favourite can now become your favourite with our basic burrito recipe. Burritos are tortilla wraps packed with minced beef, rice, a variety of spices and served alongside fresh guacamole, salsa and soured cream.
You can get your family and friends to assemble their own burritos too which means less time in the kitchen and more time chilling out with loved ones. Once you've mastered making a classic burrito you can try other versions like our vegetarian burritos packed with rice, kidney beans and tomato puree. You could swap the beef mince for pork, turkey or even Quorn. You could make super spicy burritos or mildly spiced for the kids. Try our classic rocky road recipe.
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If you've never made rocky road before then you're missing out. Melted chocolate and lots of little treats broken up into pieces like Maltesers, marshmallows and ginger biscuits, it's a heavenly sweet treat. The only hard part of this recipe is having patience whilst it sets in the fridge! Once you've mastered rocky road you could try making white chocolate rocky road instead or you could push the boat out even further and make a rocky road cheesecake - how good does that sound?
If you can't get enough of our classic rocky road recipe then experiment with different flavours adding other ingredients to the mix like nuts, dried fruit or other chocolate sweets. Try our classic toad in the hole recipe. Sausages,Yorkshire pudding and onion gravy, toad in hole is the ultimate comfort food.
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Learn how to make the perfect Yorkshire pudding batter and how to get those sausages crisp on the outside but tender in the inside with our classic recipe. Once you've mastered a toad in the hole you can try all sorts like wrapping your sausages in bacon, seasoning your Yorkshire pudding mix with herbs or swapping those pork sausages for veggie ones instead. Try our classic roast potato recipe. The best part of any roast dinner well, one of the best bits anyway!
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