Saturday Kitchen Recipes from the latest show
- Coriander baked sea bass with steamed purple sprouting broccoli and a coriander raita
- Glamming up a cheese board
- Slow-roasted lamb shoulder and homemade mint sauce
- Mr Todiwala’s Bombay: Recipes and Memories from India
- Cafe Spice Namaste: New-wave Indian Cooking over 100 Recipes
More Recipes from your favourite chef
Lorraine is famous for putting together delicious recipes that are simple and easy to make, and now she’s gone one step further: creating tasty dishes that are not only perfect for busy lifestyles, but are nutritious, too.
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.
Feast on moreish jumping chicken samosas from street vendors, succulent hot and spicy tiger prawns, tender lamb cooked with sizzling Indian Puy lentils, and homemade golden Pooris that will melt in your mouth.
Treat Yourself this Weekend
FOR YOUR NOSE
It all started in 1969, when 17 year old Mike Kitteredge melted some crayons to make his mother a candle for Christmas. After a neighbour saw the gift and convinced him to sell it to her, Mike had enough money to buy wax for two new candles — one for his mother and one to sell.
These 6 assorted Christmas fragranced samplers, including White Christmas, are shipped in a gold presentation box with a gold satin ribbon.
Up to 15 hours burn time each – a fantastic gift for any scented candle fan.