Recipes by Di Swann
Only 3 ingredients. Only 3 steps. It doesn’t get any easier than this.
This simple stir-fried rice is a handy side dish to many meat dishes − or add in cooked meat or chicken for a meal if you wish.
A hearty vegetarian meal. Perfect for a Sunday night meal in front of the fire.
Try your hand at bread making with this loaf, and enjoy the lovely aroma of baking bread throughout your home. It's sure to be a favourite.
This unusual combination of baby beetroot and Indian spiced tomatoes is a meal in itself, served with pilaf rice or naan bread.
As far as real chocoholics are concerned there’s only one thing better than chocolate cake – and that’s chocolate and berry cake. A brilliant combination.
You can make it faster than it would take to drive to your local Chinese takeaway!
We've given the old-fashioned Louise Cake a makeover. These little tarts are sure to impress.
Layers of potatoes, spinach, cottage cheese and red peppers with Wattie’s Pasta Bake Sauce.
A classic Greek combination of spinach, feta and filo pastry. If you’ve never used filo, give it a go – it’s pre-rolled paper thin, so all the hard work is done!
Treat someone special to breakfast in bed! Put the kettle on and fetch the paper while these tasty pots cook in the oven.
These days it’s unusual to have three course meals. Rather than serving an entrée, whet your guests' appetites with these tasty nibbles on a platter.
Some dishes are almost too easy! This one, using pasta shells and mixed bean salad, gets a medal for utter simplicity and another one for taste!
Individual baked rice custards with raspberry jam and meringue topping – if the Queen came for dinner, would the kids leave any for her?
Comfort food at its best. Enjoy the flavour of homemade lasagne to enjoy with the family any day.
Primavera means 'spring' in Italian, so enjoy the flavours of spring with this delicious pasta. If you can’t get fresh asparagus, sliced beans or sugar snap peas will work just as well.
Every once in a while a great cake comes along that has the ability to make you famous among your friends and family. This is such a cake.
A cheesecake is such a treat and, with its chocolate biscuit base and delicious tangy plum filling, this one won't disappoint. If you haven't made a cheesecake before you might be surprised how easy it is, especially with a food processor.
Little tarts or one big one – great for picnics, parties or shared meals.
Sure to be a popular slice for all the family. If you have extra Fruit Squirtz from this recipe and aren't sure what to do with them, make a fruit smoothie. Just add the drained pear juice and some yoghurt, or try it as an ice cream or yoghurt topping.