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Sausage linguine

“The philosophy that a little can go a long way is so important, just as this dish proves. Being able to buy small amounts of ingredients as you need them, like one sausage, is a great reason to shop at markets. Go on, do it! ”


“There are a few techniques to making these little buggers. It’s one of my favourite pasta shapes, but weirdly tricky to master. I don’t want that to put you off – I’ve seen both 5-year-olds and 100-year-olds rattling it out in Italy very easily! Approach it with a Zen-like mind and I promise you’ll get into the rhythm soon enough. ”

Panissa rice

“Panissa is risotto’s frumpy but very, very tasty cousin. The way the difference was explained to me by Rosa, who taught me, is that there’s simply more in panissa so it’s considered more of a whole meal than risotto is. You know it’s ready when it’s thick enough for your spoon to stand up in the middle – how cool is that. ”

Crispy skin lemon sole

½ x 280 g jar of artichoke hearts in oil ...

Gnarly peanut chicken

2 x 120 g free-range skinless chicken breasts ...

Smoky chorizo salmon

2 x 150 g salmon fillets ...

Sticky kickin’ wings

1 tablespoon sesame seeds ...

Sizzling sirloin

2 large aubergines ...