Tom Kerridge recipes aren’t what you might expect. Famous for holding two Michelin stars at his pub, The Hand and Flower, Tom Kerridge is a chef who celebrates the very best of British produce while staying away from those fiddly fine-dining favourites – foams, gels and crumbs.
Taking things back to basics he focuses on flavour first and foremost so that his recipes really are straightforward to follow – making everyday dishes delicious.
As a man who owns and runs a high-end pub we thought it was only right to gather together some of his comfort food classics. From his weekend roast chicken to his treacle-cured beef, these crowd-pleasing dishes are perfect for poshing up your Sunday roast, and will be family favourites in no time.
Tom Kerridge Recipes
Tom Kerridge’s Pollock with Orange
This recipe might look quite cheffy, but it really couldn’t be easier to make. You can have it on the table in 40 minutes so it’s just as nice enjoyed midweek as it is at the weekend when you’re entertaining.
Get the recipe: Pollock with Orange
Tom Kerridge’s Weekend Roast Chicken
Brining your chicken the day before, as Tom recommends in this recipe, makes for succulent and tender meat. Once you try it you may well just want to brine your chicken every time you make a roast.
Get the recipe: Weekend Roast Chicken
Tom Kerridge’s Treacle Cured Beef and Roast Potatoes with Yorkshire Puddings
With a well-balanced red wine sauce, fluffy Yorkshire puddings and golden roast potatoes, this is Sunday dinner perfection. By treacle curing the beef the day before you get a sweet and mellow outside, with pink perfection on the inside.
Get the recipe: Treacle Cured Beef and Roast Potatoes with Yorkshire Puddings
Tom Kerridge’s Green Chilli Con Carne
This dry style chilli con carne uses plenty of green peppers and chillies for a wonderfully savoury flavour. Served with tortillas, yogurt and a crunchy green salad it makes a fab midweek supper for the whole family.
Get the recipe: Green Chilli Con Carne
Tom Kerridge’s Spiced Monkfish and Aubergine Puree with Green Olive Dressing
Make the most of meaty monkfish with this fragrant spiced recipe from Tom Kerridge. Smoking the aubergine gently gives a wonderfully deep flavour, perfect for offsetting the rich fish.
Get the recipe: Spiced Monkfish and Aubergine Puree with Green Olive Dressing
Tom Kerridge’s Lemon Posset with Fennel Biscotti
For something sweet there’s nothing more satisfying than a posset – quick to make (and even quicker to eat!) this lemon recipe strikes the perfect balance of sweet and sharp.
Get the recipe: Lemon Posset with Fennel Biscotti