Perfect for Sunday lunch or if you're having it for Christmas dinner, prepare it whilst the turkey's cooking then pop it in the oven for 20 mins for crunchy crackling
A really easy casserole dish, the flavours of redcurrant jelly, thyme, garlic and red wine make it a true winter warmer.
This slow-cooking beef casserole is a classic dish that's a winner for impressing special someones and at dinner parties.
It's the season for rhubarb so make the most of it. This simple dessert recipe is easy to folllow and really tasty!
The kids will love helping you make these shortbread eggs and rabbits, decorated with Smarties and sugar balls.
Nothing like a homemade sausage roll to keep you reaching for more. This recipe is from Woman's Weekly reader, Shirley Quatermaine, from Kettering.
If you don't know what to do with your leftover goat's cheese, just put it with some strawberries and honey to make this easy dessert.
Using milk and fresh fruit, this Woman's Weekly recipe makes jelly more interesting and it looks really good too.
A delicatedly flavoured and delicious jelly dessert from Woman's Weekly, it's great served with raspberries and sugared rose petals. Enjoy!
There's nothing like homemade relish! And this one's the perfect accompaniment to burgers, cold meats and cheese
This easy-to-bake chocolate cake is great with a cuppa. And you can freeze it - that's if there's any left over.
These delicious canapés make a great dinner party nibble - and you can start preparing them the night before
Make the meringue in advance and this is one easy dessert. Kumquats, star anise and figs make a delicious fruity topping.
Serve some interesting and tasty veg with this year's Christmas dinner
Super-healthy with squash, parsnips and chickpeas, this tasty stew uses Indian spices of turmeric, coriander and cumin.
Delicious pear tarts with a dash of Amaretto, honey and apricot jam. They're made for sharing - if you can give them up!
You don't need many ingredients to make this tasty chicken and rice casserole. Plus it's cheap, quick and dead easy!
Mango chutney is the perfect accompaniment for gammon steaks. Fry it briefly and serve with rice, sweetcorn and peas.
Served with wasabi mayonnaise, this recipe is from Woman's Weekly reader and culinary student Tessa Shoebridge from Auckland, New Zealand.
Lemon curd is delicious on toast - but it's great in cake too and a lovely way to decorate these zesty, bite-sized cakes.