Sue McMahon, Woman's Weekly cookery editor, gives her recipe for this impressive dish. Follow along in the easy step-by-step video
A great way to use up overripe bananas, this moist, iced sponge is perfect for an afternoon treat. The recipe is a Woman's Weekly original from way back in 1939
A taste of the Mediterranean taken from the Woman's Weekly archive. This simple salad was first featured in July 1984
An old Woman's Weekly favourite recipe from 1956. This cheap, easy to make tomato and sweetcorn flan make a great healthy lunch or supper.
A delicious alternative to the Scotch egg taken from the Woman's Weekly archives. This fishy version was first featured in a issue in 1940
This recipe for baked stuffed red peppers is a classic Woman's Weekly recipe from 1958. Stuff the peppers with bacon, egg and breadrumbs and sprinkle with plenty of cheese
Feed the family for just 38p a head with this super-simple dish. Serve these tasty frittatas hot or cold, with a crispy side salad. The kids will love them!
If you're after more cheap family meal ideas, this recipe is a winner. At just 65p per portion, this tasty and nutritious stir-fry is impressive yet affordable
Looking for a different idea for dinner? Try this Italian oven-baked folded pizza stuffed with tuna, tomato, olives, herbs and mozzarella cheese
Ever wondered how to line a round cake tin with ease? Watch our simple how to video as the Woman's Weekly cookery editor, Sue McMahon, shows you how.
Home-made pork pies using hot water crust pastry enclosing a filling of sausage meat, bacon, mustard, sun-blush tomatoes and sage
A light and crumbly pastry encasing succulent apples and strawberries. This rustic pie is perfect for afternoon tea, dessert or even as a snack
Light, fluffy meringue tops sweet, zesty lemon and lime curd in these gorgeous little individual pies.
Want to make your very own pie? Try this easy-to-make chicken pie by adding the chicken mixture to an enamel pie plate and covering with ready-made shortcrust pastry
A mix of exotic spices gives this stew its authentic Moroccan flavour - and the lentils are delicious and nutritious too!
A Caribbean dish ideal for family meals or parties - and not too expensive. Made from dried red kidney beans and rice flavoured with chilli, garlic and coconut. Served with…
This soya bean pesto dip makes great party food or a simple, quick and easy snack. Use strips of ciabatta loaf to make your own garlic breadsticks for dipping
Instead of an Indian takeaway, why not cook this delicious, slightly hot vegetarian curry? It is easy to cook and will appeal to the whole family. Delicious served with naan…
Make these healthy authentic patties from ground chickpeas, onion and fresh herbs served in a warmed wholemeal pitta with salad and a yogurt dressing.
Decadent, freeze-ahead chocolate puds with deliciously saucy centres. Follow along in our step-by-step recipe video to see how it's done.