Kidney is a rich option for rich stews and casseroles, although their most famous recipe is probably a steak and kidney pie.
Kidneys are delicious but they are very rich, so you don't need many to make a filling meal. Serve with rice or bread.
Steak, kidney, mushrooms, beef stock and beer form the base of this all-time classic pie. Be sure to cook the filling gently and thoroughly to allow the different flavours to mix
This great classic, a favourite with English-speaking people around the world, is both a splendid family dish and a winner for entertaining as it can be made ahead and popped in the oven to reheat when needed.
My local butcher started selling pig kidneys so I bought one to make this traditional British pie. It was delicious! The filling should simmer a couple of hours but it's very easy to make with premade puff pastry.
What more could you want on a cold winter's night than a hot tasty pie. Because the filling is cooked in the slow cooker, the meat is falling apart and the flavour is incredible.
The delicious traditional pudding made with leeks, swedes, carrots and with a thyme-scented pastry. Lovely.
If you can find steak and kidney mix at the butcher try making this delicious casserole. Serve with mashed potatoes and vegetables.
Here is one of the world's great classic dishes – rich meat and gravy under a tender crust.
Excellent winter comfort food: a delicious steak, kidney and potato pie including bacon, mushrooms and red wine.
Present these kidneys as a dashing after-theatre supper or for a very special breakfast treat.