Pasta favourites

Ear-shaped orecchiette, layers of lasagne, or thin strands of spaghetti – whatever your pasta preference, these recipes are feel-good favourites.

Making pasta is one of those things that sounds more complicated than it really is, and makes far more sense once you’ve watched someone do it. Do some research; look...
Chocolate has been a favourite addition to Sicilian dishes since the Spanish dominion brought the new ingredient to Modica, Sicily, at the end of the 16th century...
Spaghetti ‘on the guitar’ with small meatballs refers to a method of pasta-making where pasta sheets are passed through a chitarra, a frame with guitar-like...
The aroma of the ramps (wild onions), morels and sweet butter in this dish scream spring, and you'll find yourself lingering over every bite. Don’t be tempted to...
I tend to knock this up with leftover roast pumpkin rather than making it from scratch. Instead of tortellini, make them as ravioli, which are a bit easier for...

Sweet slice

Impress the bake sale set with a classic vanilla slice, or go global by way of Linzer torte or South African-Indian specialty, chana magaj.

This Egyptian recipe for sweet semolina cake is incredibly easy to make. It's topped with a delicious rosewater and lemon syrup.
A different take on the morning latte, this little version is the perfect way to start the day (after your smoothie, of course!)
Wickedly rich, this gluten-free brownie can match it with the best of them. Fudgy, thick and studded with tart raspberries, you won’t be able to stop at just one!
Baklava is a popular Greek and Middle Eastern sweet pastry dish, made with layers of crisp filo pastry and lots of chopped nuts. Here, it's built into a rich...
We've taken the popular scarlet-hued cake to the next level, adding meringue icing and sandwiching the slice whoopie-style.

Diwali

Mark the Hindu Festival of Lights with plenty of colour on your plate. Our menu features fragrant Bengali fish cakes, Anjum's rasmalai and plenty of sugar-soaked sweets.

This is a delicious Gujarati snack made with various fillings, such as dry masala, coconut or potato. Although it can be served anytime, it's most commonly served...
It's creamy and sweet - and easy: Anjum Anand shares a cheat's version of her favourite Indian dessert.
The cuisine of Bengal is known for its subtle yet sometimes fiery flavours and for its use of fish plucked from the freshwater rivers of the Ganges delta. This...
This popular Indian sweet is always on the table at big celebrations. Why not make this recipe for your next party spread, or for a special dessert? ...
A buttery, biscuit-like slice often served at Hindu festivals, chana magaj is sweet, spiced, and textured, the perfect accompaniment with a cup of masala chai. A...
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