Food in a flurry – James Martin’s Thai chicken & cashew stir-fry with charred limes is ready in no time.
Sophie Ritchie visits by CHLOE. for an evening of fast food with a chic and health conscious edge.
This chocolate-packed creation is dairy-free, gluten-free, nut-free and vegan. In other words, a dream come true.
If you need to whip up lunch in a hurry, this Thai-style seafood noodle soup…
From the chicest of lunches and meatless menus to designer afternoon teas and one-off chef menus, discover what’s on for foodies in London this February.
You’ll be scraping the bowl clean when it comes to this magic mocha pudding.
Lucy Bee’s cauliflower pizza is not only perfect for a seasonal supper, it’s also healthy and gluten-free with it too.
A katsu curry doughnut? Tim Anderson turns tradition on its head with this Japanese-inspired creation.
These broccoli, spinach & apple muffins are speedy and packed with your five-a-day.
This is Jessica’s spin on a savoury scone. Like all scones, they are best eaten straight out of the oven, smothered in some kind of dip or dunked into a soup or stew.
To vary this pizza bianco, try adding a little freshly chopped oregano over it before cooking or even shaving a bit of truffle over the top to make it more luxurious.
Add a little va va vegan to the weekday menu with this chocolate smoky tofu mole in tacos with grilled calcots.
Silken chocolate mousse with marcona almonds & raspberry sauce? Two words, yes please.
This chocolate beetroot cake is decadent and wonderfully gooey – and yet, at the same time, somehow a total treat for your insides.
Battle the dreariness of this ever-lasting month with Dale Pinnock’s healthy recipes – his delicious dishes are the perfect antidote to boring fad diets and typical January restriction.
Packed with selenium and with a low GI, this is an ideal breakfast.
Giving Veganuary 2020 a try? Partake in the plant-based challenge with our pick of the best British vegan recipes, meat-free snacks and desserts.
Is this a saintly breakfast? Not particularly. But will it give you the energy to power through the day? You bet.
Pears and caramel are an ingredient match made in heaven. You can serve this tart warm or cold – expect a scrumptious result either way.
Beer-cured salmon? It might sound bizarre, but in the capable hands of Michelin chef Nathan Outlaw, it’s a wow-provoking combination.