Ren Behan’s Polish recipes for an autumn feast

Ren Behan’s pork rib, mushroom and barley soup. Photograph: Ola O Smit/The Guardian. Food styling: Beatrice Ferrante. Prop styling: Louie Waller. Starter: pork rib, mushroom and barley soup (pictured. above) Prep 10 minCook 2 hr 10 minServes 4 400g meaty pork ribs2 tbsp rapeseed oilSea salt and black pepper1 large onion, peeled and diced200g mixed or wild mushrooms, roughly chopped3 carrots, peeled and diced2 sticks celery1 bay leaf1 large potato, peeled and diced200g barley100ml double cream2 tbsp chopped parsley   In a bowl, coat the ribs with rapeseed oil and season. Heat a…

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Anna Jones’ parsnip recipes

Anna Jones’ miso and sesame roasted parsnips. Photograph: Matt Russell/The Guardian. Food styling: Rosie Ramsden. Prop styling: Louie Waller. Igave my son a bite of parsnip the other day. ‘Mum, that’s too sweet,’ he said – and I know what he means. Parsnips sometimes have a sweetness that needs offsetting, and are at their finest paired with umami flavours. This week’s recipes use this sweetness to great effect: the first is a savoury winter crumble, the second a roast parsnip so good I now find it hard to make them…

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Four pumpkin recipes for Halloween

Bonfire pumpkin pie with harissa (pictured above) Prep 20 min Cook 1 hr Serves 8 For the tomato sauce 2 tbsp olive oil 2 red onions, chopped 2 garlic cloves, chopped ½ tsp fennel seeds 1 tsp cumin seeds 2 tsp ground coriander 2 x 400g tins chopped tomatoes Pinch of salt 1 tbsp soft brown sugar 1 small pumpkin or 1 medium butternut squash, peeled and deseeded 3 large parsnips, scrubbed and trimmed 2 red peppers, deseeded 1 red onion, cut into wedges 2–3 tbsp harissa 2 tbsp olive…

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10 vegetarian Chinese recipes that will make your mouth water

1. Best vegetarian Chinese recipes Chinese cuisine is famous for its colourful and crunchy veggies that are loaded with spices. With tongue-tickling taste and sweet-and-sour and flavours, these recipes can be easily prepared at home. Most of the Chinese dishes make use of ingredients like garlic, ginger, spring onions, soy sauce, vinegar, and chili sauce to create lip-smacking food. If you are a fan of Chinese cuisine, then here is the list of easy vegetarian Chinese recipes that you can easily cook at home by using simple ingredients. Scroll down…

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3 sweet breakfast recipes that’ll help you kick-start your day with a bang!

There is no doubt that breakfast is and should be the biggest and the most nutritious of all meals. After all, that is the first meal of the day, one that will set you up for all the work you’ve planned for the rest of the day. A number of scientific studies have shown that having a good breakfast can help you achieve weight loss, keep your heart healthy and your energy levels up throughout the day. This is why you need to constantly look for innovative and interesting breakfast recipe ideas. Chef…

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10 fried chicken recipes that will make your day!

1. Top 10 fried chicken recipes! Sometimes we all crave for fried food, isin’t it? So why not indulge in it, once in a while? Here is a list of fried chicken recipes that will send all food lovers to a pleasure trip. 2. Tujji Chicken Crispy and delicious, Tujji Chicken is very easy-to-make and doesn’t require much of your efforts. 3. Chicken Popcorn If you are someone who loves to binge on fried food, then here is a dish that you will most definitely love! 4. Chicken Nuggets Crunchy…

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10 oats recipes for a healthy start to your day

1. Easy oats recipes! Oats are one of the healthies breakfast options as they are loaded with nutrients like zinc, calcium, magnesium, manganese, copper, folate, biotin, and phosphorous. The dietary fiber and minerals present in oats help in keeping the heart healthy by lowering cholesterol, controlling blood sugar and hypertension and aiding weight loss. Oats are also good for the skin, have anti-cancer properies and have a reasonable amount of anti-oxidants. Here are some healthy breakfast options that you can choose from. 2. Oats Waffle This dessert recipe is low…

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6 High-Protein Lunch Recipes You Can Pack For Office

We understand there are days in office when you don’t have the time to even leave your desk for 10 minutes. In the midst of endless meetings, presentations and deadlines, the thought of food is perhaps not even the last thing to enter your mind. But here’s one thing you must understand too. Without food your body would not get enough energy to function, naturally then your brain would also be depleted of essential fuel to function. Hence, skipping lunch may not be the best idea to save the day.…

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6 High-Protein Lunch Recipes You Can Pack For Office

We understand there are days in office when you don’t have the time to even leave your desk for 10 minutes. In the midst of endless meetings, presentations and deadlines, the thought of food is perhaps not even the last thing to enter your mind. But here’s one thing you must understand too. Without food your body would not get enough energy to function, naturally then your brain would also be depleted of essential fuel to function. Hence, skipping lunch may not be the best idea to save the day.…

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10 reasons why spring onions should be included in all your recipes

1. Health benefits of spring onions! Spring onions are commonly known as scallion or green onion. They are loaded with essential nutrients like Vitamins A, C, B2 or thymine, copper, phosphorus, magnesium and potassium. They provide a unique taste and flavour to the dishes they are added in. Spring onions are an essential part of Chinese cooking and they come in various colours like white, red and yellow. The best part about this vegetable is that it is low in calories and can be cooked or eaten raw. Here is…

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