Mains

  • Peppered Tuna Steak with Gazpacho Salsa
    Quick and simple to prepare and cook, this dish uses fresh tuna steaks, which can be bought from the fish counter or in fresh and frozen packs. Always season your fish before cooking and coat with oil; never oil the pan. The salsa can be prepared in advance and kept in the fridge to save time.
  • Tomato Olive and Pancetta Pizza
    It’s surprisingly simple to make your own pizza and this recipe is a great one for doing with the kids. They’ll love getting messy, making and kneading the dough, and you can let them loose with bowls of baby plum tomatoes, mushroom slices, sweetcorn and ham then encourage them to create their own designs. A Rangemaster pizza pan is the perfect tool for this job but you can also use a floured baking tray.
  • Summer Roast Chicken with Lemon and Thyme
    The ultimate Sunday roast, this family favourite of chicken, veg and gravy can all be cooked in one tin. Allow yourself plenty of time to prepare the bird – 30 minutes should do it – while cooking takes around 1hr 20. Make sure there’s enough wine left for a glass or two for the cook!
  • Spicy Rack of Lamb with Roasted Vegetables
    This one-pot wonder makes a great Sunday roast. If you’re unsure about French trimming the lamb, ask your butcher to do it for you. Spreading the lamb with Harissa paste gives it a warm, spicy flavour while adding a deep red colour that looks stunning on the plate. Using sweet potatoes can also make a nice change from traditional roasties.
  • Spaghetti with Clams
    A store cupboard standby, this Italian classic is so easy and quick to make yet tastes absolutely delicious. If you can’t get hold of clams, use cockles or mussels instead, and if you don’t have time to shop, just serve as a tomato-based dish. Garnish with freshly chopped parsley or a few basil leaves.
  • Salted Chilli Trout on a Bed of Wilted Greens
    Another Rangemaster fish favourite, this tasty dish combines the delicate flavour of trout with salty anchovies and fresh red chillies. You can serve it whole or with the head removed on a bed of wilted greens and go steady on the chilli if you prefer a warming rather than hot spice. A refreshingly different main course when you fancy a change from meat and two veg.
  • Sage and Parma Ham Pork
    Another pork and ham favourite, this recipe is inspired by a traditional Italian dish and is best served with spaghetti or linguine to hold the sauce better. It shouldn’t take longer than 30mins to prepare and cook, making it an ideal weekend lunch. Remember, you’ll need cling film at the ready to flatten the pork before cutting into two thin pieces.
  • Prawn and Hot-Smoked Salmon Risotto with Asparagus
    Rich and creamy, this classic rice dish combines the delicate flavour of prawns and salmon with the distinctive taste of asparagus. Use risotto or Arborio rice for best results and stir continuously for that rich, creamy texture. Add more butter for extra richness and a few Parmesan shavings to finish.
  • Roast Pork with Red Onions
    The perfect weekend roast with crispy crackling... 
  • Lamb Chops with Fresh Herbs and Roasted Figs Green Beans Asparagus and New Potatoes
    Created by Rangemaster Home Economist Alison Baker, this mouthwatering meal is perfect for special occasions and is part of Rangemaster’s tried and tested Valentine’s menu. It will really make the most of your Rangemaster oven and hob, as you’ll be browning, sealing, roasting and simmering to prepare this delicious dish.
  • Game Pie
    A fantastic superfood, rich in protein, this warming pie is perfect winter fodder with a rich gravy and cubed game and bacon filling. Ask your butcher to prepare the game for you by using pheasant, partridge, grouse, rabbit, venison, wild boar, quail or pigeon – whatever’s in season will work best. Serve with your favourite vegetables and your choice of potatoes.
  • Dorset Blue Vinny Pork with Flageolet Cassoulet
    A real show-stopper, this dish is sure to impress guests at a dinner party. It may look complicated but it’s simple enough to make if you have everything to hand before you start. The cider really makes this dish, so buy the best you can budget for if you can’t find Dorset Nectar cider in your local store.
  • Beef Pad Thai
    For those who love their spice, this Thai noodle dish has the perfect balance of chilli, garlic and coriander, with a dash of Thai fish sauce and dark soy for good measure. It’s ideal as a light lunch or main course for dinner, and you could always swap the steak for chicken or pork if you prefer.
  • Baked Red Snapper
    If you’re unsure about preparing fresh fish, ask your fishmonger to descale and gut the snapper for you, so it’s ready to cook when you get home. They can also suggest recipes and ways to cook all sorts of fish and seafood so don’t be afraid to experiment. Serve with homemade chunky chips for a weekend treat.
  • Beef Bourguignon
    The well-known traditional French dish of beef, slow cooked in Burgundy wine.  The slower you can cook it the better! Delicious served with creamy mashed potatoes.
  • Chicken Tikka Masala
    Follow this easy recipe for a great tasting curry!
  • Lattice topped chicken and vegetable pie
    A traditional chicken pie with lattice topped pastry
  • Beefy mince topped with sliced potatoes
    As a change from mashed potatoes on your Cottage Pie, try this version with sliced potatoes instead.
  • Roasted Butternut Squash with Blue Cheese
    This is a great dish for vegetarians but would also accompany cold meats very well. Use any blue cheese that you like.
  • Hawaiian Chicken Kebabs
    Sweet and delicious these Hawaiian Kebabs are ideal for a summer evening meal or BBQ.
  • Goats Cheese Ravioli
  • Prawn and Chorizo Skewers
  • Avocado and Chicken Burrito
    The griddle pan on a selection of Rangemaster cookers is ideal for making these tasty Mexican treats. For an extra kick, why not add a chilli, deseeded and finely chopped.
  • Stromboli
  • Homemade Beef Burgers
    These homemade burgers are a great recipe for the summer; whether you're BBQ-ing outdoors or using your Rangemaster griddle in the kitchen, they are sure to be a hit.
  • Sweet Potato and Spinach Frittata
  • Vegetable Moroccan Stew