Simple fish pie

Dorset is a haven of fresh seafood and fish and grabbing a slice of fish pie is a real treat at one of the region’s restaurants or hotels. Making it yourself can be a bit of a faff, so we’ve put together a simple recipe for you so you can enjoy this delicious dish at […]

Haggis cakes

This Burns’ Night why not enjoy Haggis in a new way by creating a Haggis cake which combines both the Scottish delicacy and potatoes with just five ingredients. Ingredients: 700g potatoes peeled and chopped into chunks 300g haggis, either the original meat version or pick up a vegetarian version. 3 spring onions 150g breadcrumbs 1 […]

Vegan chickpea curry jackets

Whether you’re vegan or not, you will love this Mediterranean style dish which is perfect for lunch or dinner and takes less than half an hour to make. Ingredients: 4 sweet potatoes 1 tbsp oil 1 ½ tsp cumin seeds 1 onion 2 garlic cloves 1 thumb sized piece of ginger 1 green chilli 1 […]

Vegan Yorkshire Puddings

If you’re taking part in Veganuary, we’re sure you’ll already have plenty of ideas for how you’re going to vegan-ise your roast dinners, but if you’re worried about having to leave off the Yorkshire Puddings – don’t be. We’ve come up with a vegan Yorkshire Pudding recipe so you can enjoy Veganuary without having to […]

Gnocchi with a Christmas twist

If you love gnocchi but you are in the mood for a festive dinner, why not make this classic Italian dinner with a Christmas twist by swapping potato for parsnips? This Christmassy themed dish uses up parsnips and other winter flavours and is a healthy and vegan option to traditional gnocchi. Ingredients 400g parsnips 600g […]

Chipotle Cauliflower Cheese

Is there a vegetable more versatile than the cauliflower? You can boil them, you can roast them, you can coat them in batter and make fast food favourites like popcorn chicken into vegan treats – whatever you want to do with them, they are a welcome addition to most meals. As we’re heading further into […]

Sausages with winter veg mash

Sausage and mash is a staple when it comes to British cuisine and with this wintery take on a classic, you’ll find comfort on those dark evenings when only a familiar favourite will do. Ingredients 4 sausages – try these from sozages. 2 parsnips 3 medium potatoes 175g Brussel sprouts 4 tbsp milk 1 tbsp […]

Stuffed pumpkin recipe

It is the season, so naturally, we have to feature a pumpkin recipe! This is perfect for dinner parties, particularly if you’re entertaining vegetarians and vegans. Ingredients: 1 large pumpkin or other squash if you can’t find a pumpkin4tbsp of olive oil 100g rice 1 large fennel bulb 1 apple 1 lemon 1tbsp fennel seeds […]

Pork, Cider & sage hotpot recipe

This autumn why not settle down with some hearty food with this hot pot that incorporates some of Dorset’s best local ingredients? This hotpot takes the traditional tastes of the famous dish, but with a few modern elements making it a unique and totally delicious meal! Ingredients: 4tbsp olive oil, try this from here.1KG diced […]

How to cook sea bass

Dorset is an amazing place to go if you are a fan of seafood, there are loads of award-winning seafood restaurants and pop-ups all over the region, there are also a wide range of fishmongers and fish markets for you to buy locally caught, fresh seafood for you to take home and wow your friends […]