This recipe is all about the little touches that turn something simple into something special, all the while using ingredients you probably already have.
This dish is a masterclass in how to balance aromatic spices, but is incredibly easy and dinner will be ready in 45 minutes.
A classic combination of peas and paneer (an Indian fresh cheese) is comfort food at its best.
The trick to this dish is cooking the sausages first, then pouring the batter into the hot pan so that the sausages are evenly spread out and the cornbread gets crisp.
Za'atar is a mix of dried herbs, such as thyme and oregano, with sesame seeds and the tanginess of sumac.
Nothing beats the comfort of a good stew. This recipe includes cumin and curry powder, which add earthy, warming tones.
The great full English breakfast is a hearty way to start the day but often involves using several pots and pans to make eggs, bacon, tomatoes and more.
The perfect balance of sweet and savoury, this Burmese curry is full of caramelised onions, tender pork, ginger and a splash of soy sauce.
Loaded with healthy vegetables and made more filling with lentils, this dish packs a lot of flavour into a single pan.
Putting a vegan twist on a Middle Eastern classic, our green shakshuka is ready in 30 minutes and packed full of goodness.