From slow-cooked casseroles to heart-warming curries, steaming soups to indulgent puddings, keep the cold out and get cosy indoors with our collection of oh, so, comforting, satisfying and super-delicious winter warmers. Our selection of winter warmers will help get you through the colder months.
Enjoy the tastes and smells of the new season with this hearty one-pot Chicken Casserole recipe using local, seasonal produce.
It’s British Pie Week, and who can resist a steaming plate of pie, like this deep-filled chicken and bacon pie recipe by our food editor, Elizabeth Gibbs.
Give baked beans an all-American twist with this Boston Beans Recipe. Perfect for dipping crusty bread into or as a winning side dish at a barbecue.
Who would have thought that this comforting Pantry Minestrone Recipe could be made with just five ingredients?
This recipe is a firm favourite and is perfect for entertaining lots of guests in one go. You can give this recipe a go with hogget, mutton or even goat, so long as you stick to the shoulders.
This recipe combines a fine British ingredient – tender leg of lamb – with the culinary traditions of India to recreate this classic and timeless dinner dish.
A great example of delicious Plant-based Indian street food that works well as a starter or lite bite or even as a main meal.
This Aubergine Curry Recipe, a twist on a red curry, using roasted European aubergines, has become the most popular dish in the restaurant. Don’t be scared to burn the edges, that’s where the flavour is.
Perfect for the weekend ahead, this Pork Shoulder with Leeks, Chestnut Mushrooms and Cream recipe from Gill Meller is wonderfully rich and comforting.
This Raymond Blanc’s Bread and Butter Pudding recipe is a delicious way to use up any leftover bread. It is such a classic dessert!
This Raymond Blanc’s Reverse Chocolate Crumble Recipe makes for a truly beautiful dessert with serious chocolate power.
Baingan ka Bharta recipe – a popular North-Indian dish of mashed smoked or roasted aubergines cooked with Indian spices and best enjoyed with hot rotis or paratha.