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Diana Henry

Baked sweet potato, chorizo, mushrooms & egg

Sweet and earthy, always a winning combination. You can leave the egg off , or use bacon lardons instead of chorizo, if you prefer. A great, gooey, savoury-sweet plateful. Serves 2 2 sweet potatoes 3 […]

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Roast tomatoes, fennel & chickpeas with preserved lemons & honey

It might seem a hassle to roast the fennel and tomatoes separately, but it does make things easier when you come to assemble this, as each element stays intact and keeps its shape. You can […]

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Cider-brined chicken with prunes, chestnuts and baby onions

An excellent Christmas option if you don’t want to cook a turkey. It’s as bronze as a footballer’s WAG (the brine, because it contains sugar, means that the skin becomes a good deep colour) and […]

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Slow-cooked lamb with pomegranates & honey

Easy, but rich and exotic, a real feast for a long lazy weekend lunch or dinner. The lamb should be very soft, almost falling apart, but cooking time varies depending on the time of year, […]

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Smoked haddock, barley & spinach salad

Ease your way into autumn with a dish that brings together the best of the two seasons. If you want to make this more substantial, a poached egg is lovely on top. Spelt or farro […]

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Recipe: Diana Henry ‘A Bird in the Hand’

Mustard chicken, black beans and avocado salsa Hot, spicy chicken, avocado, black beans and cheese too… almost a chicken version of a great chilli.  Different, but glorious. Serve with tortillas, soured cream and feta, Wensleydale […]

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