Recipes to get us through the cold, dark days of winter.
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Whether you need to cure a cold or a hangover, Nadiya Hussain’s ginger rice with spiced chickpeas has healing powers. The rice is cooked slowly in water steeped in ginger and then finished with lots of butter. This piping hot bowl of ginger rice will quickly become a family favourite supper in winter, although it might be need all year round after a heavy weekend.
This is no ordinary butternut squash soup. With added red pepper and ginger, Mary Berry has created a hearty, warming recipe that's quick and easy to make and doesn't need cream to improve its velvety texture. Roasting the squash, rather than boiling it in a pan, really brings out the flavour too. Delicious!
Jamie Oliver’s one-pan chicken and squash cacciatore with mushrooms, tomatoes, olives and bread is hearty comfort food at its very best. Rich, warming and flavoursome, this recipe from Everyday Super Food is packed full of beautiful vegetables and contains three of our recommended 5-a-day – perfect for getting you through the cold winter nights and helping you feeling great.