This recipe is great because with some chicken dishes, a breast each can seem mean. But with this one, the onions and herbs really stretch out the amount, so you will easily feed four as well as have a few leftover

Start with the topping by marinating the sliced red onion in the lime juice and a splash of olive oil. Set it aside. Now it’s the turn of the mushroom(...)

This recipe is great because with some chicken dishes, a breast each can seem mean. But with this one, the onions and herbs really stretch out the amount, so you will easily feed four as well as have a few leftover
Chicken herb burgers

Preheat the oven to 200 degrees/gas 6. You’ll need a food processor for this. Blitz together the chicken, garlic, onion, herbs and lemon juice and zes(...)

So, what do you do if you want to harvest the maximum amount of nutrients from your greens but you can’t bear the idea of eating them cold? Domini Kemp’s Green Soup and Almond Crackers. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

E at my greens? Sure, I can do that. But apart from salad leaves and a select few others – the regal asparagus perhaps – the idea of eating cold gree(...)

So, what do you do if you want to harvest the maximum amount of nutrients from your greens but you can’t bear the idea of eating them cold? Domini Kemp’s Green Soup and Almond Crackers. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw
Almond and thyme crackers

Mix together all the dry ingredients before adding the egg and just enough oil to make a dryish dough, a bit like marzipan. Next, to roll it out, y(...)

So, what do you do if you want to harvest the maximum amount of nutrients from your greens but you can’t bear the idea of eating them cold? Domini Kemp’s Green Soup and Almond Crackers. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw
Green soup

Don’t be too exact with ingredients for this one. A bit more or less of anything won’t matter too much. Sweat the onion in the olive oil in a large sa(...)

All the ingredients come from the store cupboard or fridge, and the whole lot is cooked in a single dish in less than 10 minutes. 	Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Ireland, like so many other countries in the West, has a problem with obesity and, like the weight some people so badly want to lose, we are finding (...)

All the ingredients come from the store cupboard or fridge, and the whole lot is cooked in a single dish in less than 10 minutes. 	Photograph: Aidan Crawley

This couldn’t be simpler. Simply place all the ingredients except the chocolate and coconut oil in a blender and whizz till it forms a crumb-like text(...)

Hake puttanesca

Heat the olive oil in a heavy frying pan and fry the fillets skin side down over a medium heat until the side of the fish is opaque to just over half (...)

Chared Chicken and Edamame salad. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Feeding the masses, as Jesus knew all too well, was no walk in the park. But while He was lucky enough to have miraculous powers that could produce l(...)

Toss together the beans, peas and spinach – and a little seaweed too if you like. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Blanch the edamame beans and sugar snaps in boiling water for 20-30 seconds before lightly refreshing under cold water. I tend to serve this warmish, (...)