Sweet, earthy beetroot and tangy goat's cheese are a classic combination. Buttery baby leaf spinach, fiery rocket and spicy watercress help cut through the goat's cheese and highlight the sweetness of the beetroot.
Try grilling Halloumi cheese instead of goat's cheese for variation.
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Gone are the days when a salad consisted of no more than a tomato and cucumber with a few leaves on the side. Thanks to the growing, production and distribution cycle and the introduction of many different types of salad leaves which are now grown in the UK, a salad can be a tasty and satisfying meal, a refreshing snack or a sumptuous starter.
Quick and easy to make and full of flavour, this dish will be sure to impress.
Romaine is the leaf for the Caesar salad. Its refreshing crunchy leaves add great texture and the surface of the leaves are perfect for holding the dressing.
Dean says: 'This makes a fantastic veggie meal and it's ready in less than 15 minutes!'
Have you ever had savoury panna cotta? This one's a fantastic started and served with sweet and sour tomatoes and cashew biscuits
A delicious quick and easy open tart, perfect for a summer lunch or picnic
A warm French goat's cheese salad with pear, endive and pomegranate seeds that's bright and colourful. Perfect as a side dish, starter, main course or lunch.
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Quick and easy to make, these burgers are great for summer barbecues - just add a big dollop of houmous as the finishing touch Go to recipe
A shot of flavour, a nourishing meal in one, a delicate entree - soup epitomises versatility, ease and resourcefulness, is the ultimate comfort food and thrifty cooking at its b...