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Dinner party main courses

Pork belly with pear and celeriac mash
Pork belly is the ultimate indulgence and with this mash the flavours are amazing.
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Duck with savoy cabbage
Even though we don’t eat duck every day these ingredients are all available every day. This dish is impressive and easy.
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Pan-fried salmon with watercress, croutons and capers
Wonderfully easy and absolutely delicious, this light healthy and fun dish is perfect for a gathering.
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Greek inspired lamb with potatoes and olives
A fun dish for everyone, this combines beautiful flavours and is incredibly easy to make.
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Beef bourguignon
This sumptuous, slow-cooked stew makes a great winter supper.
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Baked chicken and goats cheese with cherry tomatoes
A great meal for having friends around, with easy ingredients that go perfectly together.
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Braised lamb shanks
Lamb shanks are an impressive yet affordable entertaining option for a dinner party.
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Chicken and pumpkin in a creamy sauce
This creamy chicken dish can be prepared a day in advance and popped into the oven just as your guests arrive.
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Peppered salmon and garlic chickpeas
This pepper crusted salmon and garlic chickpea dish is so easy to make and absolutely delicious.
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Crab linguine with chilli & parsley
This simple yet delightful supper is restaurant quality with easy ingredients and makes for a perfect dinner party dish.
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Chicken with salsa and garlic mash
Succulent chicken with garlic mash is a perfect dinner for a gathering. The salsa adds a fresh piquant flavour.
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Fig and blue cheese tart
A beautiful savoury tart with fig and blue cheese will make an impression with your dinner guests.
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Wild mushroom tart
This delicious tart makes a lovely alternative meatless dinner.
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