Saturday Kitchen Recipes Today 14 Nov 2015

Saturday Kitchen Recipes from the latest show

Saturday Kitchen Recipes Glynn Purnell

Glynn Purnell

Saturday Kitchen Recipes James Martin

James Martin

Saturday Kitchen Recipes Kim Woodward

Kim Woodward

Treat Yourself this Weekend Yeah Baby! Vegetable architecture!

Vegetables have come a long way, baby. No longer a lowly side dish, they have leaped, raw and roasted, into the salad bowl and are now firmly centre stage on the dinner plate.

This year it’s all about vegetable architecture, as they’re twisted into different shapes and sizes (partly due to the popularity of low-carb diets and 5:2, and the must-have gadget, the spiraliser).

For the health-conscious, vegetables are fast replacing pasta and rice, as “spaghetti” is coiled out of courgettes (courgetti), cucumber and carrots, and cauliflower is blitzed into “rice” or “cous cous”.

Celeriac and other roots can be cut into thin sheets, roasted and used to great effect in place of lasagne sheets or cannelloni tubes.

If you’re gluten-free and fed up of bad pasta, want to lighten your carb load or are looking for an attractive way to get your kids to eat their veggies, this gadget ticks the box.

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More Recipes from your favourite chef

Glynn Purnell recreates Michelin-style recipes for the home cook with affordable ingredients and accessible methods. Stunning recipes and easy-to-follow methods. Dishes to cook for your family and friends.

Let your oven do the work as James Martin, host of Saturday Kitchen, shows how cooking slowly is the perfect way to draw out flavours and textures, enabling you to produce mouthwatering dishes with minimum effort.

Ben Tish excels in creating stunning grilled, barbecued, smoked, charred and slow-roasted dishes that enhance the flavour of meat, fish and vegetables. Now you can make fantastic food on a barbecue just like Ember Yard.

Debut book from multi-award-winning chef Stephen Terry is a loving journey through the seasons, in which he provides inspiration for home cooks and professional chefs alike.