• 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
  • Tomato and Black Olive Tapenade Puff Tarts
    These are lovely and light and tasty, great for a starter or with salad and crusty bread for a main course. Make 1 large tart if you prefer.
  • Fig and Blue Cheese Tart
    Make one large tart or several smaller ones for a starter.  This is also a good main course for a non-meat eater. Use whichever blue cheese is your favourite for this rich and creamy tart.
  • Bruschetta
    This Italian favourite goes well with soup or can be made on smaller pieces of bread, which are good to serve with drinks.
  • Spicy Beef Skewers
    These tasty morsels are perfect finger food and will leave your guests wanting more. For best results, griddle on the hob but if you don’t have a griddle, you can use a grill. It’s worth making the extra effort to create the dipping sauce too, as this enhances the spicy flavour without overpowering it. You could always leave the chillies out if you wish.
  • Prosciutto Wrapped Asparagus
    This tasty appetiser has only 3 ingredients and is quick and easy to make.
  • Deep-fried Potato Skins with Chilli Salsa
    Potato skins make an ideal starter or snack and are quick and easy to make. The added dips bring an extra depth to the rich flavours.
  • Peking Duck Wraps
    Traditional variations of this mouthwatering Beijing dish can take hours to prepare, making it one of the nation’s favourite takeaway meals. Our version of this tasty Chinese starter is simple and speedy. Perfect for entertaining, it uses a few store-cupboard staples, carrots, cucumber and two duck breasts and can be cooked from scratch in less than half an hour.
  • Creamy Parsnip Soup
    If you’ve still got plenty of parsnips left after the Sunday roast, here’s a great way to make the most of them with this rich, creamy soup. Perfect as a starter or served with a sandwich for a light lunch, use a little more cumin if you’d like extra heat. It looks even more impressive when served with a sprinkling of paprika and a swirl of single cream.
  • Organic Rocket Soup
    Delicious served hot or cold, this simple soup turns peppery rocket into a main ingredient. You can use either chicken or vegetable stock, so it’s ideal for vegetarians, and you can add further texture with toasted croutons on top. Cut a day-old loaf into even-sized cubes then sauté on the hob with a generous amount of melted butter.
  • Moules Mariniere
     There’s a reason this Normandy classic has stood the test of time and that’s down to its simplicity and rustic flavour. Seafood lovers will adore this starter and it’s so quick to cook. Take time to clean the mussels before you start and discard any shells that have already opened. Serving with loads of crusty baguette to soak up the juices is also a must.
  • Mini Herbed Drop Scones with Feta Cheese
    You may not have cooked these since your school days but drop scones are so versatile and make the perfect canapé for a dinner party or family get-together. The black olives are optional but they do add an authentic Greek flavour that complements the Feta cheese. Try serving with a cucumber mint raita dip on the side
  • Grilled Steak and Bacon Salad with a Roquefort Dressing
    Steak, bacon and cheese may not be an obvious choice but give this recipe a go and you’ll be surprised at how well the flavour combinations work. It’s important to leave the steaks to come to room temperature before cooking and don’t forget to season well. This starter boasts big flavours so you can go easy on portion size
  • Cullen Skink
    Full of flavour and a fabulous winter warmer, this hearty fish soup is a Scottish classic made from smoked haddock, potatoes and onions. Also known as Smoked Haddock Chowder, it’s packed with protein and can easily provide a meal on its own. Add crushed garlic with the onion for extra zing and serve with a hunk of crusty bread.
  • Aubergine and Coriander Pate with Crispy Pitta Bread
    If you struggle to find new ways to cook with an aubergine, this recipe is a delicious vegetarian starter which is so easy to make yet it looks and tastes much more complex. Serve in a large bowl topped with coriander and lime wedges with slices of hot, crispy pitta bread around it then let your guests help themselves.
    Synonymous with towns like Brighton and Bournemouth, fish, chips and mushy peas brings a quintessential taste of the British seaside to your dinner table.
  • Profiteroles
  • Mince Pies
    Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without homemade Mince Pies!
  • Gingerbread House
  • Mulled Wine
    Christmas in a glass!
  • Stollen Pudding
    Have you ever had some Stollen left from Christmas that has gone a little dry? This is a great recipe, quick to make, because it is far too good to waste!
  • Christmas shortbread
    Get the kids involved in this fun baking recipe in preparation for the Christmas festivities.