Delia smith chicken casserole recipes

A Rabbit for the Pot

A Rabbit for the Pot

Two of my favourite rabbit recipes are Delia Smith’s Old English Rabbit Pie and Roasted Wild Rabbit and Bacon
Delia's Creamy Chicken Curry

Delia's Creamy Chicken Curry

Recipe compliments of Delia Smith's Complete Cookery Course. I am very grateful to Delia and her Complete Cookery Course, it gave me the confidence to cook everything from a poached egg to roasting a chicken for Sunday lunch, prior to buying this book I relied very heavily on prepacked food, mainly because I didn't really know where to start
Delia's Perfect Rice

Delia's Perfect Rice

Recipe complements of Delia Smith's Complete cookery Course. I usually serve it with Delia's Creamy Chicken Curry
Chicken with Chorizo & Rice

Chicken with Chorizo & Rice

Next add a little more oil to the casserole, with the heat slightly higher than medium. Add a little more seasoning, then place the chicken gently on top of everything (it's important to keep the rice down in the liquid)
French onion soup with a bit of oomph!

French onion soup with a bit of oomph!

Delia Smith adds sugar to her French onion to help the onions caramelise. Like Delia I like to add a bit of garlic and as Felicity does, a bit of thyme
Annabel Karmel's Pork Stir-fry with Sugar Snap Peas

Annabel Karmel's Pork Stir-fry with Sugar Snap Peas

Beef Bourgignon, Lara's Lasagne, Tarragon Chicken Casserole and Spiced Butternut Squash Soup compete with Mini Fish Pies and Veggie Burgers on my list of what to cook from Annabel's Family Cookbook
Tomato and Courgette Gratin

Tomato and Courgette Gratin

This particular combination is inspired by one of Delia Smith's recipes, but modified somewhat by me
Wild Boar & Porcini Ragu

Wild Boar & Porcini Ragu

I have adapted Delia Smith’s ragu recipe from The Winter Collection for this tasty sauce which makes a lovely lasagne

Lasagne al Ragù

This is my 'titivated' version of one by Delia Smith. It is so tasty, you may not want to add the chicken livers but they really do add a lot of good flavour to the dish