Whether ‘gourmet’ conjures up a difficult French recipe, intricately presented dishes or a fancy gourmet pizza, these recipes mean you can eat gourmet at home.
This lovely tart is perfect for a dinner party; it's impressive, quick and no cook. Although it only takes a few minutes to assemble, leave at least 8 hours before serving for the tart to chill. It can be made in either a 20 or 23cm pie dish or tart pan.
Crème Anglaise, or "English Cream," is a delicious pourable custard. Serve it alongside sweet pies, tarts, or chocolate desserts, or use it as a base for making ice cream.
Lovely velvety smooth mocha cheesecake decorated with chocolate leaves. It's even better made a day ahead.
The eye fillet is cut from the tenderloin and is the most tender cut of beef. It is best cooked very simply to bring out its rich flavour.
This crustless cheesecake uses amaretto instead of lemon flavour and is very rich. Get used to making it because you'll get a lot of requests.
This homemade marinade is a basic combination that can be used successfully on beef or chicken. Feel free to spice it up a little by adding chilli.
This is such an easy chicken, pumpkin and spinach risotto to make. You can make this with simplicity all in an electric teflon wok!
You just can't beat a barbecued lobster tail for the ultimate barbecue treat! Watch this recipe being made in the Allrecipes Barbecued Lobster Tails Video.
Fennel is a great accompaniment to many Italian dishes as it meshes very well with tomato flavours. Here it is simply baked with cream and creme fraiche.
A fast and easy preparation for pan-fried steak with a rich sauce that's delicious with mash and broccoli.